Obligaciones en materia de Inversión Extranjera 2024

22 de Febrero de 2024

Obligations regarding Foreign Investment 2024.

De conformidad con la Ley de Inversión Extranjera y su Reglamento, las sociedades mexicanas con Inversión Extranjera este año deben cumplir con las siguientes obligaciones ante el Registro Nacional de Inversión Extranjera RNIE:

Además de inscribirse, deben presentar los siguientes Avisos:

  1. Aviso de Actualización Trimestral. Se debe presentar cuando se realicen modificaciones al: nombre, denominación o razón social; actividad económica; domicilio fiscal; y, reporte de ingresos y egresos. En caso de aplicar el reporte por ingresos y egresos, sólo se debe presentar si se rebasa el umbral establecido por la Comisión Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras.

    En caso de estar obligados, el aviso se debe presentar entro de los 10 días hábiles siguientes al cierre de cada trimestre.
  1. Informe económico anual o Renovación de inscripción. Sólo se debe presentar si se rebasa el umbral establecido por la Comisión Nacional de Inversiones Extranjeras.

     

    En caso de estar obligados, se debe presentar de acuerdo con el siguiente calendario, de conformidad con la primera letra del nombre, denominación o razón social:

     

    De la “A” a la “J”, durante abril; y,

     

    De la “K” a la “Z”, durante mayo.

     

    Si el nombre, denominación o razón social inicia con número o algún otro carácter deberá presentarse durante mayo.

  1. Cancelación de inscripción. Se debe realizar cuando finalicen los actos de comercio en la República Mexicana o cuando deje de participar la Inversión Extranjera. La cancelación se debe presentar dentro de los 40 días hábiles siguientes a la fecha de cancelación.

En caso de que la presentación del aviso correspondiente exceda los plazos establecidos, las sociedades obligadas se harán acreedoras a la imposición de una sanción que va de 30 a 100 UMA diarias.

At Rivadeneyra, Treviño y de Campo S.C. we are following up on this particular matter, and our attorneys are at your service to advise you on the fulfillment of the provisions mentioned herein and to guide you through the corresponding process. This paper is prepared for informational purposes. The content of this document should not be considered as legal advice or opinion. 

Hoping that this information is useful to you, we remain at your service for any questions or additional comments that may arise in this regard. 

In accordance with the Foreign Investment Law and its Regulations, Mexican companies with Foreign Investment this year must comply with the following obligations before the National Registry of Foreign Investment RNIE:

In addition to registering, they must submit the following Notices:

  1. Quarterly Update Notice. It must be submitted when changes are made to: name, denomination or company name; economic activity; tax residence; and, report of income and expenses. If the report is applied for income and expenses, it must only be submitted if the threshold established by the National Foreign Investment Commission is exceeded.


    If required, the notice must be submitted within 10 business days following the closing of each quarter.
  1. Annual financial report or registration renewal. It should be submitted only if the threshold established by the National Foreign Investment Commission is exceeded.

    If required, it must be submitted according to the following calendar, in accordance with the first letter of the name, denomination or company name:

    From “A” to “J”, during April; and,

    From “K” to “Z”, during May.

     

    If the name, denomination, or company name begins with a number or some other character, it must be submitted during May.

  1. Cancellation of registration. It must be carried out when the commercial acts in the Mexican Republic end or when Foreign Investment ceases to participate. Cancellation must be submitted within 40 business days of the cancellation date.

In the event that the presentation of the corresponding notice exceeds the established deadlines, the obliged companies will be subject to the imposition of a penalty ranging from 30 to 100 UMA per day.

At Rivadeneyra, Treviño y de Campo S.C. we are following up on this particular matter, and our attorneys are at your service to advise you on the fulfillment of the provisions mentioned herein and to guide you through the corresponding process. This paper is prepared for informational purposes. The content of this document should not be considered as legal advice or opinion.

Hoping that this information is useful to you, we remain at your service for any questions or additional comments that may arise in this regard.

Rivadeneyra, Treviño y de Campo

Edgar Andrade Flores

eandrade@rtydc.com

Hugo Samuel Galvan Nava

hgalvan@rtydc.com

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