Baker McKenzie is pleased to announce Raymundo E. Enríquez as the Firm's next Managing Partner for Mexico. Raymundo succeeds Reynaldo Vizcarra, who recently completed his two-year term and will continue his compliance practice.

“Raymundo is a proven leader at our Firm," said Colin Murray, Baker McKenzie's North America Chief Executive. "He is highly respected by both colleagues and clients, and will be an exceptional Managing Partner for our five Mexican offices, as we continue to deliver industry-leading service during this period of economic and political change in the country. Thank you to Reynaldo for his strong leadership over the past few years."

Baker McKenzie has more than 260 lawyers across Guadalajara, Juarez, Mexico City, Monterrey and Tijuana, providing strategic advice to domestic companies and multinationals as they grow and manage risk.

"Baker McKenzie has been in Mexico for more than 50 years and remains the largest law firm in the country," said Raymundo. "I am honored to serve as the next Managing Partner for Mexico and I look forward to working with our partners in Mexico and across North America to help our clients navigate a changing and complex marketplace."

Raymundo joined Baker McKenzie more than 38 years ago and serves as Chair of the Firm's Antitrust Practice in Mexico City. He is a member of the Regional Management Committee in North America  and a member of the North America Pro Bono Committee. Raymundo previously served on the Firm's Global Executive Committee, as well as Chair of the Latin America Regional Council and Chair of the Firm's Global Diversity Committee.

He has also served on various boards for several leading Mexico-based companies, and was a visiting lecturer at the Mexican Bar Association as well as a part-time tax and foreign trade law professor at Universidad Iberoamericana.

Raymundo received his J.D. from University Iberoamericana and his LL.M. from Harvard University.
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