Mexican meetings with senior stakeholders

  • Freddy Nevison-Andrews

Following their recent visit to Panama, Canning House CEO Jeremy Browne and COO and Deputy CEO Ian Perrin travelled on to Mexico City.

Mexican meetings with senior stakeholders

Following their recent visit to Panama, Canning House CEO Jeremy Browne and COO and Deputy CEO Ian Perrin travelled on to Mexico City.

With the country currently gearing up for a general election in early June, the trip offered an opportunity to meet with a wide variety of stakeholders at a moment of political interest.

Arriving on Thursday 25 April, Canning House’s representatives sat down for dinner at the British Ambassador’s Residence with a wide range of senior external stakeholders. Among the guests were Julian Ventura, former Mexican Ambassador to the UK and Deputy Secretary of Foreign Affairs of Mexico; Daniel Linkser from Canning House Corporate Member Control Risks; Beata Wojna, a professor at Tecnológico de Monterrey; and a variety of diplomats, and representatives of companies including BP, AstraZeneca and Eurasia.

The next morning, Jeremy and Ian met for breakfast with Carlos Ramirez, Verónica Baz and Ana Vásquez Colmenares from Integralia Consultores, a public affairs consultancy firm covering political risk, social impact, strategic communications and more.

Ian Perrin, Verónica Baz, Ana Vásquez Colmenares, Jeremy Browne, Carlos Ramirez (L-R)

Finally, a lunchtime meeting with Comexi, the Mexican Council on Foreign Relations, saw Jeremy and Ian in conversation with Karla A. Córdova Couto and Alejandra López de Alba Gómez.

Ian Perrin, Karla A. Córdova Couto, Alejandra López de Alba Gómez, Jeremy Browne (L-R)

Canning House thanks all those at the British Embassy Mexico and other organisations who helped to make this trip a success.

Five Thursdays in a row, from 25 April, Canning House is holding a series of in-person and online seminars, tackling all aspects of Mexico's unprecedented, complex 2024 election. We're hearing from top academics and analysts, business leaders and experts, and getting the inside scoop on the politics behind the headlines.

We have two seminars to go: Politics In Focus (online, Thursday 16 May) and Elections in Mexico (in-person in London, Thursday 23 May). Click below to learn more, and register to attend.

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