Last updated: 09:37 / Thursday, 12 June 2014
Operating for 17 years

Private Equity Veteran Luis Trevino will Run Mexican Businessmen Association (“AEM”) in Boston

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Private Equity Veteran Luis Trevino will Run Mexican Businessmen Association (“AEM”) in Boston

The Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos (AEM) is pleased to announce that Luis Trevino has been appointed the new president of their Boston chapter. The non-profit organization, based in San Antonio, has been operating for 17 years. They expanded to include a Boston chapter in 2013.

The Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos is devoted to assisting Mexican investors and entrepreneurs to adapt to American business practices, along with helping them to understand American culture. They also assist Americans who wish to do business in Mexico. The organization holds a variety of workshops and conferences in order to achieve this goal. They also recognize members of the community who have helped to foster this understanding at an annual gala.

Trevino, managing director of Beamonte Investments, has had a long and productive career in his field. He is a pioneer in Private Equity, working with a team to open the first firm in Boston to invest in Mexico. Trevino is also head of the private equity division of Beamonte Capitol Partners, a program that focuses on Latin American business and investment opportunities. He also sits on the Board of Directors of CITEC, ING, a Mexico-based pharmaceutical company and is chairman of Kiwi Capital. Kiwi Capital is a lender who focuses on assisting medium-sized companies to create innovative credit products.

“I believe there is plenty of work to do regarding Massachusetts and Mexico relations. Many Mexican entrepreneurs come to school to Boston to setup operations in the city and we look serve Mexican entrepreneurs and business owners as they do business in the States,” said Trevino of his new position.

The Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos is a 21-chapter organization with more than 1,300 members. It operates in six states and two countries and looks to open additional chapters in the near future.

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