Greenberg lawyer to head US-Mexico chamber of commerce in Miami

Greenberg Traurig LLP shareholder Antonio Peña has been appointed president of the Inter-American Chapter of the United States-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, and has become a member of its bi-national board of directors.

Greenberg lawyer to head US-Mexico chamber of commerce in Miami

Greenberg Traurig announced Peña’s appointment on 16 May. He is responsible for working with the chapter’s executive committee to enhance trade and economic cooperation between Mexico and the US. “Our goal is to increase Mexican partnerships by leveraging the resources of Miami’s multinational companies, banks, funds and service providers which already have their Latin American operations based here,” Peña explains. He expects private investment and M&A activity between Miami and Mexico to continue to expand.

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