Raymundo Enriquez is a senior counsel in Baker McKenzie's Antitrust Practice Group in Mexico City. He was a member of the Firm’s Executive Committee and a previous chairman of the Latin America Regional Council where he also served as the Latin America chair of the Global Diversity and Regional Pro Bono Committees. Mr. Enriquez is recognized as a leading lawyer for competition / antitrust and for business by Chambers Latin America. He served as a board member for several Mexico companies. In addition, he was a visiting lecturer at the Mexican Bar Association and a part-time tax and foreign trade law professor at Universidad Iberoamericana, where he obtained his JD from the university’s School of Law.
Representative Legal Matters
- Representing hermetic compressor, electronics and pharmaceutical companies in cartel investigations.
- Representing electronics and flexible packaging industry companies in merger control filings.
- Assisting toy, electronics, and medical & healthcare industry companies in training and compliance matters.
- Mexico (1980)
- Universidad Anáhuac (Extended Course on Corporate Social Responsibility) (2016)
- Harvard University (LL.M.) (1982)
- Universidad Iberoamericana (J.D.) (1979)
Speaker, "International Trade & Politics: Implications for 2016 and beyond," presented by the Atlantic Council and Baker McKenzie, Global Commerce Forum, 2016
Speaker, North America Forum, organized by the ABA Section of International Law in Vancouver, with officials from the Mexican Competition Commission, the Canadian Competition Bureau and CARICOM Competition Commission, 2014
Author, New Boost to Competition Policy in Mexico, July 2014