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Moore Stephens Orozco Medina, S.C.

Moore Stephens Orozco Medina, S.C.  

Accounting | Mexico

tel: +52 55 3687 2700 | fax:
Gabriel Mancera 1041 | Mexico, D.F. | 03100 | Mexico

Main Contacts

Eduardo Perez Armienta

Eduardo Perez ArmientaChief Operations Officer


Mexico, D.F., Mexico

Moore Stephens Orozco Medina, S.C.'s Overview

Moore Stephens Orozco Medina, S.C. (MSOM) is an international accounting and consultancy firm founded in 1976 by present Managing Director Miguel Ángel Orozco Medina, CPA.

Currently it has a team of over 150 qualified professionals in its own facilities, committed to provide integral solutions to more than 500 international enterprises of diverse industries, in a full range of services such as: business development, accounting, administration, audit, tax, legal, transfer pricing, SOX, corporate governance, foreign trade, and human resources consultancy.

The Firm assists foreign investors by jointly planning all their operations in Mexico; managing, representing and acting on their behalf, since the incorporation of the legal entity, and throughout the administration of all their services, as well as providing total assistance on personnel, tax, legal, accounting and treasury matters that investors may require.

In addition, the Firm gathers the local and foreign set of information and prepares all the required reports to be submitted before the corresponding authorities. The aforementioned is achieved by developing integral solution plans rendered in just one address. Therefore, foreign investors can handle and manage their businesses with or without personnel in Mexico, incurring only very reasonable expenses.

  • Year this Office was Established: 1976

Languages: Spanish & English

Areas of Practice
  • Accounting
  • Administration
  • Audit,
  • Business Development
  • Legal
  • Tax
Representative Clients
  • Nestlé
  • Manpower
  • House of Fuller
  • Tupperware
  • Bose
  • Getty Images
  • WalbridgeNautica
  • Nextel
  • Orange Business Services
  • Nucerity International
  • Roquette
  • KDM Marine
  • EMGS


Martin Felipe Dominguez Pulido

Martin Felipe Dominguez Pulido, CPAPartner & Tax, Legal and Transfer Pricing Director

Eduardo Dyer

Eduardo DyerPartner - Chief Planning and Development Officer

Noel Huerta Hernandez

Noel Huerta Hernandez, CPAPartner & Audit Director

Juan Gerardo Martinez Santillan

Juan Gerardo Martinez SantillanPartner & Business Development Director

Eduardo Perez Armienta

Eduardo Perez ArmientaChief Operations Officer

Victor Rodriguez Arias

Victor M. Rodriguez AriasChief Administrative Officer


Juan Manuel Caballero

Juan Manuel CaballeroBusiness Development Manager

Maria de Jesus Martinez

Maria de Jesus Martinez, CPAFiscal & Transfer Princing Manager

Marco Pantoja

Marco Antonio PantojaGovernment Audit Manager

Juan Antonio Perez

Juan Antonio PerezBusiness Development Manager

Ulises Perez Ortega

Ulises Perez OrtegaSox and Internal Audit Manager


Pedro Flores

Pedro Flores, CPAPartner & Business Development Director


Doing Business in Mexico 2017
Moore Stephens Orozco Medina, S.C., January 2017

Moore Stephens recently published its Doing Business in Mexico 2017 guide. The guide is designed to give an insight into doing business in Mexico jointly with relevant background information, which could be useful for organisations considering establishing a business in the country, either as a separate entity, as a subsidiary of an existing foreign company, or anyone who is considering to work or live in Mexico. It is essential to obtain advice from local professional sources before undertaking any business. The booklet contains information and includes legislation references in force as of May 2016. To learn more and download the brochure, click here...

‘Human’ Influenza and Its Repercussions on the Mexican Industry
Moore Stephens Orozco Medina, S.C., May 2009

a) Influenza and the social impact it had on Mexico and the World Despite the fact that mankind, especially the scientific community, already expected an influenza pandemic, as the ones that are repeated every 20-40 years, this outbreak took by surprise both Mexicans and foreigners, creating fear among citizens. Even if at the beginning it acted as an epidemic, it was later determined that the disease actually represented a higher risk, as it was a new 'strain', with a great ability to disseminate among human beings...

All articles submitted by Moore Stephens Orozco Medina, S.C.

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