The San Antonio-Mexico Friendship Council recently recognized Eddie Aldrete for working to strengthen and promote cultural and historical ties.
Texas bank officials say threatening tariffs on Mexican goods is not the answer to managing an immigration problem that’s now complicating trade talks.
Community bankers faced an existential choice: allow Hillary Clinton to be elected and go out of business, or support Donald Trump and have a place at the table to influence policy.
The consequences of supporting Trump have already begun for IBC Bank head Dennis Nixon and his business colleagues, starting with the government shutdown.
Gerardo Schwebel, longtime head of international affairs for IBC Bank, has closely monitored recent rounds of negotiations over updating NAFTA.
But San Antonio Mayor Ron Nirenberg brought the current trilateral trade talks home by pointing out the almost 200,000 local jobs that are at stake.
Last year, the U.S. exported about $262 billion in goods and services to Mexico – $93 billion of which came from Texas.
NADBank Managing Director Gerónimo Gutiérrez was recently appointed to serve as Mexico’s new ambassador to the U.S. in Washington, D.C.
At the 50th anniversary gala held by IBC Bank in Laredo, executives announced that they raised $2 million for the MD Anderson Cancer Center.
Plenty of people want to be geologists and engineers as kids, but how can San Antonio leaders keep them interested in such professions through middle and high school and onto college?