Appointment


The bag Institucional de Valores (Biva) announced the appointment of Francisco Valle Montaño as the new director of Issuers, replacing Javier Perochena. Valle worked for more than two decades in the Mexican Stock Exchange (BMV) in the direction of Promotion and Issuers.

He also served as general director of Business Development at the Mexican credit rating agency HR Ratings, where he worked for the last seven years.

Francisco Valle, who will start working this Monday, March 28, is a public accountant from the Banking and Commercial School and has postgraduate studies in Stock Market Finance and Corporate Finance, among others, in addition to a master’s degree in Administration from La Salle University.

the brewery Heineken Mexico said that the rise in the cost of the inputs required for the production of beer could lead it to raise the price of its products in the country this year.

“In a beer there are many things: barley, aluminum, fixed costs, electricity, there is everything,” said Guillaume Duverdier, general director of Heineken Mexico.

The company of Dutch origin reaffirmed its confidence in Mexico as it is the sixth country with the largest and most solid brewing industry in the world, according to data from the Oxford Economics firm.

“I anticipate that this 2022 brings new projects, new initiatives and products inspired by the consumer, with the same passion and the highest quality that characterize us,” said Duverdier, in a conference.

the signature American Air Lease reached agreements with Aeroméxico for the long-term lease of nine Boeing 737 aircraft that the Mexican airline plans to add to its fleet after completing its financial restructuring.

The new planes, two 737-8s and seven 737-9s, will be delivered between July this year and August 2023, according to schedule.

In the Mexican Stock Exchange, the shares of Grupo Aeroméxico, which operates the country’s main airline, rose 8.35% to 350 pesos, in a new volatile day for the company since it announced last week its departure from Chapter 11 of the Law American Bankruptcy.

The company announced at the time that it planned to invest $5 billion over the next five years in fleet and other assets, and that it expected to add 22 aircraft by 2022, to reach 147 units in operation this year.

The agency credit rating Moody’s Investors Service lowered the rating of a bond and confirmed that of another instrument that was placed in the markets by the Institute of the National Workers’ Housing Fund, through Nacional Financiera.

Moody’s downgraded the Cl. A-2 bond CEDEVIS 07-VSM ​​(Series A-2) to a level of “Caa3 (sf)” on the global scale and “Caa2.mx” on the national scale. At the same time, the rating agency confirmed the note of the bond Cl. A-1 CEDEVIS 07-VSM ​​(Series A-1) at “Baa3 (sf)” on a global scale and “Aa3.mx” on a national scale.

long live aerobusthe second largest ultra-low-cost airline in the country, launched its new brand campaign ‘Let It Fly’, which will be focused on improving the comprehensive travel experience of its passengers, from the purchase of the ticket to the final landing, through a renewed promise of service and an enriched offer of flights and packages.

The company said that it implemented a series of strategic improvements in passenger service processes and the means of contact were diversified to provide shorter response times.

“The ‘Let Yourself Fly’ concept seeks to convey our commitment to making each flight a much more agile, simple, and easy process, with support at all times so that passengers only worry about enjoying their trip and, precisely, letting themselves fly through Viva with low prices, flexibility, the youngest aircraft in Mexico and on more than 130 national and international routes,” said Karla Vargas, director of marketing for Viva Aerobus, in a statement.

In addition, it opened three new routes: Mexico City-Nuevo Laredo, Mexico City-Medellín and Cancún-Medellín. Likewise, it increased its Mexico City-Bogotá route to two daily flights, reincorporated the Monterrey-Havana service and inaugurated its flights from Monterrey and Guadalajara to the new Felipe Ángeles International Airport in Mexico City.



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