CAPEM provides advisory services to a range of domestic and multinational firms, as well as government agencies:
Grupo Bimbo, Grupo Modelo, Elektra, Banco Santander, Bancomext, Banorte, BMW México, Campbells de México, Casa Cuervo, Colgate Palmolive, Conagra Foods, DHL Express México, Elli Lilly de México, Exxon Mobil, Ford Motor Company, Gobierno del Estado de Morelos, Gobierno del Estado de Zacatecas, IBM de México, Kellogg´s de México, McDonald´s, Nielsen, Pemex, Sanofi Aventis de México, Schneider Electric de México, Secretaría de Energía, Tetra Pak, The Coca Cola Company, Unilever de México, UPS de México, Wal Mart de México, Xerox Mexicana.
Oxford Economics recently acquired a majority stake in CAPEM, a leading economic consultancy that specialises in economic and industry commentary, forecasts and models for Mexico, Latin America, and the Caribbean. The firm provides advisory services to numerous government agencies, domestic firms and multinationals, and going forwards will operate as Oxford Economics Latin America with its head office in Mexico City. CAPEM’s many years of experience and team of skilled economists and econometricians further enhances Oxford Economics’ coverage of emerging markets.
Oxford Economics Latin America
Oxford Economics already provides deep analysis of Latin American, with regular country reports, forecast databanks, industry analysis, and unique city forecasts for 95 locations in 22 countries, as well as the ability to produce custom forecasts and analysis.
To this CAPEM will add their regular event-driven commentary, regular reports on economic and political events, and deep knowledge of the region, providing comprehensive subscription-based coverage that will benefit organisations monitoring risks or opportunities to their investments or operations in Latin America:
- Deep analysis by location. We provide regular written reports on the latest economic developments in each of 46 countries in Latin America and the Caribbean, as well as detailed industry breakdowns for key markets.
- City and regional forecasts. This unparalleled forecasting service measures, benchmarks and forecasts economic performance in key locations across Latin America, with regularly updated annual forecasts for economic, labor market and industry variables for 95 urban locations in 22 countries.
- Event-driven analysis. Our Latin American Macro Service provides research briefings, data insights, and chartbooks to help clients monitor economic conditions across the region’s key economies.
- Latin America Weekly Economic Briefing (coming soon). A newsletter to assess the latest economic and financial developments and their implications.
Recent custom projects carried out by CAPEM
- Banobras. Annual model for economic activity in Mexico, tracking inflation, interest rates, and exchange rates for Mexican peso, US dollar, Canadian dollar, yen, pound sterling and the Swiss franc.
- Secretaría de Energía de México. Country macroeconomic and state models for key economic variables to provide 10 year market forecasts for liquified petroleum gas, natural gas, petrochemicals, oil, and electricity providers.
- State of Guanajuato development agency (Instituto de Información para el Desarrollo del Estado de Granajuato). Development of a model for gross domestic product with historical and forecast data for the 48 municipalities of the state of Guanajuato.
- Ford Motor Company. Monthly model for national automobile sales in Mexico.
- Coca Cola. Forecast model for sales and market share for soft drinks in Mexico, updated on a monthly basis.
Find out more
To find out more about Oxford Economics Latin America, contact Greg Ewing at email@example.com or +1 (954) 815 0305. Alternatively, contact your nearest Oxford Economics representative.