Conclusions and photos: Claims handling and the energy reforms in Mexico

The seminar began with an overview of McLarens and  Mexico by Howard Laidlaw, Regional Director Latin America at McLarens.

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Later, David Matias, Country Manager of Mexico at McLarens opened with a brief summary of the areas within the energy sector which are expected to be impacted by the  Act . David  commented on the timeline of the status and actual implementation of the reforms.

Additionally, discussed the involvement of the Energy sector – Oil, Gas and Electricity believed to impact the telecommunications and construction sectors.

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The McLarens’ team focused on the hypothesis pertaining to the handling and adjusting of claims under a climate of new structural changes.

To conclude, attendees discussed the similarities between Mexico’s energy reforms and that of Venezuela’s a few years ago.

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