Everett Eissenstat Joins Atlantic Council’s Nearshoring Working Group

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Squire Patton Boggs partner Everett Eissenstat has joined a select group of international policy professionals and business leaders participating in the Atlantic Council’s Adrienne Arsht Latin America Center (AALAC) Nearshoring Working Group.

As interest in relocating supply chains to the Americas continues to grow, the Working Group will offer concrete recommendations on how to provide the right mix of local and external conditions and incentives for greater US supply chain and socioeconomic investment in Central America and Mexico; as well as create a unique platform for consensus building and advancing the most critical policy issues that will help to spur nearshoring potential.

The Group’s recommendations will be captured in an annual report, the first of which will be launched in mid-2024 and disseminated in Washington, DC, Guatemala City, Mexico City, and beyond.

“The economic and geopolitical climate is driving the need for companies to rethink their supply chains, presenting incredible opportunities and challenges for US, Mexican and Central American business leaders and governments,” Eissenstat commented. “I am delighted to join this esteemed group of individuals on this important endeavor.”

In 2023-2024, the Group will be led by Luz María de la Mora, former undersecretary of foreign trade in Mexico’s Secretariat of Economy and AALAC non-resident senior fellow, and will include former government officials, private sector leaders, and subject matter experts from Central America, Mexico, and the United States.

Everett Eissenstat is a partner in Squire Patton Boggs’ global Public Policy Practice Group. He is one of the nation’s foremost global trade experts having served in senior positions in Congress, the Office of the US Trade Representative, the White House and a Fortune 50 company. He helps clients manage and mitigate geopolitical risk, influence international economic policy-making, and develop and execute successful international trade and investment strategies.

Learn more about the Nearshoring Working Group and its participants here.

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