“We leave the worst of the crisis behind” - El Financiero

When he said goodbye on his last working day at the Ministry of Finance, Arturo Herrera, stressed that during his tenure, along with his team, “we take great care to focus the work in a way that preserves the macroeconomic and financial balance of the country”, although we are facing one of the most severe Economic and health crises.

When he said goodbye on his last working day at the Ministry of Finance, Arturo Herrera, stressed that during his tenure, along with his team, “we take great care to focus the work in a way that preserves the macroeconomic and financial balance of the country”, although we are facing one of the most severe Economic and health crises.

Through this effort, he said, they sought to ensure the possibility of an orderly and sustainable recovery in the years to come.


Through a video clip, Herrera Gutierrez said that taking charge of SHCP “was without doubt the greatest responsibility and the greatest honor I have had in my career”.

“I had to take over this secretariat during the most severe economic crisis since the Great Depression (1929) and also the most serious health crisis in the world since the Spanish Flu (1918),” he explained.

“For this reason, the agency’s work has largely focused on trying to mitigate the effects that these crises can have on the general population, but particularly on the most vulnerable,” he added.

He admitted that he was largely the visible face of the Ministry of Finance, but the accomplishments achieved were mainly due to the work of his entire team in the areas of finance, macroeconomics, financial credit and regulation, in matters of financial and legal intelligence.

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“I am convinced that we are leaving the worst of the crisis behind, and we have to be very careful in the coming weeks, and it seems to me that we will face a better Mexico,” he said.

Herrera Gutierrez expressed in a video that taking charge of SHCP “was without a doubt the greatest responsibility and the greatest honor I have had in my career”.

“I had to take over this secretariat during the most severe economic crisis since the Great Depression (1929) and also the most serious health crisis in the world since the Spanish Flu (1918),” he explained.

“For this reason, the agency’s work has largely focused on trying to mitigate the effects that these crises can have on the general population, but particularly on the most vulnerable,” he added.

He admitted that he was largely the visible face of the Ministry of Finance, but the accomplishments achieved were mainly due to the work of his entire team in the areas of finance, macroeconomics, financial credit and regulation, in matters of financial and legal intelligence.

“I am convinced that we are leaving the worst of the crisis behind, and we have to be very careful in the coming weeks, and it seems to me that we will face a better Mexico,” he said.

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