Basics of Incorporating in Mexico
With MexicanIncorporation.com you do not have to be a legal expert to do business in Mexico. We are the experts. So just sit back and run your business. But before making any decisions you should know the basics of incorporating in Mexico. Mexico, just like in many other countries, has a regular run-of-the-mill company form. It is called an S.A. de C.V…. and is like an “.Inc” company you would find in the United States, for example. We’ll go ahead and spare you the legal jargon and cut to the chase.
If you see a company name in Mexico with the ending “S.A. de C.V” for example, “Sprockets Exporters de Mexico, S.A. de C.V” you should immediately think “.Inc” That part at the end of the name is the Mexican equivalent of “.Inc”, which we all know and love in other parts of the world. You might also see it as simply “S.A.” without the “C.V.” For smaller enterprises you may want to look at the less formal LLC in Mexico, the S de RL