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International Whistleblowers Can Earn Large Financial Rewards By Exposing Illegal Bribes, Market Manipulation Schemes, Money Laundering, Investment Fraud, Corrupt Practices, and Other Illegal Conduct Originating In Mexico, Being Committed By Multinational Corporations in Mexico, or Being Committed with Mexican Assets by International Mexico Whistleblower Reward Lawyer

The United States has several whistleblower reward laws that offer large financial rewards to international professionals and other individual with specialized knowledge of significant illegal conduct. These reward laws include SEC and CFTC bounty actions that offer financial rewards to individuals who anonymously expose market manipulations schemes, money laundering schemes, bribery schemes, corrupt practices, and other illegal conduct. This illegal conduct can originate in Mexico or involve international corporations conducting business in Mexico. Further, many of these whistleblower laws target sanction violations, customs fraud, and accounting fraud. The illegal conduct must be significant and whistleblowers must have original information related to the illegal conduct. For more information, please feel free to contact International Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Jason Coomer via e-mail message or use our submission form.

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International Whistleblowers Including Mexican Citizens Can Earn Large Financial Rewards by Anonymously Exposing Illegal Mexico Business Bribes, Mexico Money Laundering Schemes, and Mexico Market Manipulation Schemes.

Bounty Action Financial Rewards Are Based on A Percentage of Money Recovered By The SEC or CFTC Creating Large Rewards For Expose Large Illegal Schemes

Please keep in mind that Bounty Actions can earn 10% to 30% of what the SEC or CFTC recover. Thus, these financial rewards can be substantial. Prior international anonymous whistleblowers have already recovered rewards of over $30 million. Further, a whistleblower may be entitled to not only the amount of the illegal bribe or kickback, but the benefit of the illegal bribe or kickback. As such, in cases where $50,000.00 bribe is made to obtain a $200 million building project such as a hospital or pipeline, the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Bounty Action Whistleblower may be entitled to 10 to 30% of the $200,000,000.00 and the $50,000.00 translating into over a $20 million to $60 million award. Moreover, where illegal conduct involves billions of dollars, these rewards could be in the hunders of millions of dollars

Mexican Free Trade Policies have Attracted Foreign Investment into Mexico and Allowed the Mexican Government to Expand Domestic Industries

The Mexican government has used free trade policies to improve and expand its economy. By developing international trade and encouraging foreign investment through policies such a free trade agreement, Mexico has create a large free trade zone with Latin American countries, European countries, Japan, Israel, Canada, and the United States. This free trade zone has made Mexico one of the most open countries in the world to trade. It also allows Mexico to attract foreign direct investments, develop its domestic industries, expand its industrial infrastructure, and prosper from increased trade. This open economy has also be open to wide spread corruption which is hurting Mexico and the Mexican economy. Exposing this corruption can help Mexico and provide large whistleblower rewards.

Several Mexican Industries Can Be The Target of Corruption, Fraud and Other Illegal Conduct Which Can Be the Basis for Large Bount Actions

Mexico has several sources of foreign income including oil & gas, industrial exports, manufactured goods, electronics, heavy industry, automobiles, construction, food, banking & financial services, and tourism. Among the most important industrial manufacturers in Mexico is the automotive industry. The Mexican automobile industry has developed their automobile manufacturing technology through working with multinational automobile manufacturers for several decades. This advanced technology is internationally recognized and is one of the best in all of the Latin American countries and developing nations. The Mexican automobile industry is more than an automobile assembly manufacturer. The Mexican automobile industry develops advanced components and engages in advanced research activities. Many large foreign automobile manufacturers have large manufacturing plants in Mexico and have been operating in Mexico for decades. Though the automobile industry in Mexico is dominated by foreign corporations, the domestic automobile industry includes DINA Camiones S.A. de C.V. that manufactures trucks, buses, and military vehicles. Through its purchase of foreign bus manufacturers, DINA Camiones S.A. de C.V. has become the largest bus manufacturer in the world.

Mexico has also a large electronics industry including large corporations that design and manufacture computers, solar power panels, electronic components, smartphones, appliances, computer components, and some robotics. Some of Mexico's major electronic manufacturers are Falco, Meebox, Texa, Lanix, Mabe and OEM. Most of Mexico's electronics industry is driven by foreign companies and/or is heavily involved in international production and trade. Some of Mexico's major electronics corporations have international production facilities in Mexico, India, China, Chile, and throughout South America.

Illegal Bribes and Customs Fraud in Mexico Construction, Alcohol and Beverage, and Aerospace Industries Can Be The Basis For Actions Under Whistleblower Reward Laws

Other large industries in Mexico include construction, alcohol and beverage, and the aerospace industry. Cemex is the world's largest building materials supplier and third largest cement producer. The construction company is based in Monterrey, Mexico and has operations extending around the world, with production facilities in 50 countries in North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Cemex has rapidly grown internationally since the early 1990s when it began acquiring cement companies and cement plants in Spain, Venezuela, Panama, Dominican Republic, Colombian, the Philippines, Indonesia, Egypt, Costa Rica, the United States, Puerto Rico, and Europe.

Mexico's alcohol beverage industry includes Grupo Modelo that exports beer to the United Kingdom, United States and Canada and Fomento Económico Mexicano, S.A.B. de C.V. (FEMSA) the largest beverage company in Mexico and in Latin America and the largest independent Coca-Cola bottler in the world.

Mexico is developing an aircraft aerospace industry including the assembly of helicopter and regional jet aircraft fuselages. Foreign Corporations including MD Helicopters, Bell, Cessna and Bombardier build helicopters and other aircraft in Mexico. Although the Mexican aircraft industry is mostly foreign, as is its automobile manufacturing industry, Mexican domestic companies including Aeromarmi and Hydra Technologies build light propeller airplanes and unmanned aerial vehicles.

Market Manipulation Schemes in Mexico's Oil and Gas Industry and Agricultural Industry Can Be the Basis for Large CFTC and SEC Bounty Actions

The CFTC and SEC target commodity market manipulation schemes and other investment fraud schemes which impact the commodities markets and other financial markets in the United States. These illegal schemes as well as several other types of illegal conduct can be the basis of large CFTC and SEC bounty actions which pay significant rewards to international whistleblowers. These international whistleblowers can anonymously expose these illegal schemes through a lawyer in the United States and collect large financial rewards.

More specifically, because of Mexico's vast natural resources including oil and gas as well as in agriculture. Both industries produce a vast amount of wealth which can be the basis of corruption and other illegal conduct. For more information on these topics, please go to Mexico Oil and Gas Industry Bounty Actions and Mexico Agricultural Bounty Actions.

Mexico's Banking Industry Can Also Be The Target of Corruption, Market Manipulation Schemes, Money Laundering, and Other Illegal Conduct Which Can Be The Basis of CFTC and SEC Bounty Actions

Mexican has a strong banking system that is dominated by foreign financial companies. Mexico has worked to liberalize its financial industry and has inserted the Mexican economy into world markets. Large acquisitions of Mexican banks by foreign institutions include acquisitions by US-based Citigroup, Spain’s BBVA and the UK’s HSBC. This globalization along with a better regulatory framework, has allowed Mexico’s banking system to recover from the 1994–95 peso devaluation. A wave of acquisitions has left Mexico’s financial sector in foreign hands. These foreign-run financial firms compete with independent financial firms operating as commercial banks, brokerage and securities houses, insurance companies, retirement-fund administrators, mutual funds, and leasing companies. For more information on this topic, please go to International Financial Service Professional Whistleblower Information.

Violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act Can be the Basis of Large Bounty Actions

Multinational corporations that offer illegal bribes and kickbacks to obtain business and large international contracts are the target of several new anti-bribery and whistleblower reward bounty action laws that have been passed around the World. In the United States new whistleblower reward bounty actions have been enacted to encourage professionals and other people with specialized knowledge of illegal international contract bribes, illegal kickbacks to foreign government officials, false accounting statements to investors, and other Foreign Corrupt Practices Act violations to report illegal activity. The bounty actions offer large financial rewards as well as protection for the whistleblowers that expose government corruption.

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Mexico International Whistleblower Reward Lawyer Works With Mexican Lawyers as well as Abogados, Solicitors, Barristers, and other Lawyers Around the World to Expose Illegal Schemes and Collect Financial Rewards

As a Mexico International Whistleblower Reward Lawyer, Jason S. Coomer commonly works with International Whistleblowers from around the world. More specifically, he works with international professionals from a variety of business sectors. He also commonly works with other powerful international lawyers to handle large international lawsuits. Further, he handles several different types of whistleblower reward lawsuits including Defense Contractor Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits and Government Contractor Fraud Whistleblower Lawsuits. He also handles Whistleblower Reward Lawsuits (Medicare, Medicaid, and Healthcare Fraud), Confidential Financial Analyst Whistleblower Reward Lawsuits, and other whistleblower recovery lawsuits.

If you are the original source with special knowledge of fraud and are interested in learning more about a Potential lawsuit, SEC, or FCPA or other large whistleblower recovery lawsuit, please feel free to please feel free to contact Russian Government Whistleblower Lawyer, Jason Coomer via e-mail message or use our contact form about a potential action.

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