The statement by the president-elect is opposed to the proposal launched by the senator from Morena, Ricardo Monreal, who has insisted that banks in Mexico obtain double the income that in other countries, by way of bank fees (Photo: Capture of screen)
The elected president, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, announced today that, in the next three years, there will be no modification to the banking and financial laws in Mexico; this after the impact on the Mexican Stock Exchange by the announcement of a bill, promoted by Morena, to eliminate user fees.
I already told. The banks are going to have all the guarantees in the country, "the president-elect told a news conference from his transition office in the Roma neighborhood.
We are respectful of the initiatives presented by the legislators, but our policy is not to modify the legal framework in relation to the operation of banks and financial institutions, "he reiterated.
Lopez Obrador said that, as announced in the campaign, no tax reform will be made and that the rules of operation in the banks would not change.
In the first three years, no modification. So I expressed it to the director of Banco Santander, that the banks were going to have all the guarantees in our country, "reiterated López Obrador.
The statements made by the president-elect are opposed to the proposal launched by the senator from Morena, Ricardo Monreal, who has insisted that banks in Mexico obtain twice as much income as in other countries, as bank fees.