President Enrique Peña Nieto's administration touts sustained double-digit credit growth, backed by lower credit costs and greater bank competition.
The Mexican central bank governor says it can counteract inflationary policies should they arrive with a populist government, in clear reference to 2018 presidential frontrunner Andrés Manuel López Obrador.
One of the strategic projects concluded by the company in 2016 was the integration of multi-calculus systems into the platforms used by brokers and agents.
The nation is beset by internal and external challenges; from a macro perspective, its fundamentals appear to be working to minimize negative impacts.
The government wants the island's insurance center to have more international players than domestic ones by 2020.
The rating agency warns the current tightening cycle is putting considerable pressure on corporates with rising credit costs, adding to existing economic woes in the nation.
The additional 5%, which could be paid by employers, was among the proposals included in a set of measures presented by the government last July.
Rating agencies say Brazil's pension reform law will be a key consideration when reviewing the country's debt rating.