Doing Business in Mexico? Gain Certainty, Compliance, and Local Insight with Hilco Global Mexico
Hilco Global Mexico is the reliable authority in providing specialized financial services to maximize the value of tangible and intangible assets for our clients, utilizing our own available capital to take risks in asset-backed transactions.
- Appraisals & Valuation
- Liquidation & Monetization
- Asset Management
- Real Estate
In-Depth Understanding of the Mexican Market:
Our team of professionals possesses a deep understanding of the Mexican market and its intricacies, enabling us to provide you with accurate and contextually relevant valuations.
Compliance and Local Regulations:
We are well-versed in the specific valuation regulations and requirements in Mexico. Avoid legal risks and penalties by obtaining a valuation that aligns with local standards.
Our experience and proven methodologies provide you with the confidence you need. Eliminate uncertainty and make informed decisions based on robust and reliable assessments.
Certainty in Risk Assessment:
Avoid being underinsured or paying excessive premiums. Our precise and detailed approach equips you with the necessary knowledge to determine the appropriate level of risk.
Our international reputation and recognition in the field of valuations make us the ideal partner for subsidiaries of US companies operating in Mexico.
Schedule Your Personalized Consultation:
Arrange a meeting with one of our experts to discuss your subsidiaries’ valuation needs and how we can assist you in achieving your financial objectives.
Much of the plastic injection and handling machinery had low usage (2016 to 2019) and was from well-known brands, which increased the desirability of the assets in the market. However, one of the main challenges was determining the fair value and strategy to monetize the chrome plating line, as it was not from a recognized brand and finding an interested buyer willing to provide continued use was quite challenging.
For this reason, based on HGM’s experience in understanding these types of assets and their desirability in a market like Mexico, the value was maximized by strategically segmenting its components. Equipment that could have general use was grouped separately from high-value materials like nickel, copper, and titanium. Finally, lower-value materials such as steel, plastics, wood, cardboard, and others were categorized separately as scrap.Read More