Arcie Izquierdo Jordan’s practice encompasses international, transactional, transportation, trade and immigration matters.
Over the past 18 years, Ms. Jordan has represented an array of manufacturers, service providers, carriers, and logistics companies regarding foreign investment, company formation and structuring, acquisitions and divestitures, corporate governance, regulatory permitting and compliance, cross-border labor/employment, and immigration issues. She has developed compliance policies and conducted FCPA due diligence and training; managed cross-border litigation matters, including the discovery process for U.S. companies facing disputes abroad; advised U.S. and foreign businesses regarding international supply chain issues; helped companies seeking to import goods into the United States and companies exporting from the United States to understand their obligations and to structure their corresponding compliance initiatives; assisted U.S. clients with foreign subsidiaries to properly structure related party pricing and intercompany agreements; managed and coordinated foreign company expansion into the United States; counseled with respect to U.S. employment and investment-related immigration matters; and developed expatriate and global employment-related policies for the cross-border movement of personnel to China, Brazil, Mexico, India, and the Czech Republic. Ms. Jordan has lived and traveled throughout Mexico and several South American countries. She is fluent in written and oral Spanish, both “legalese” and conversational, is learning Portuguese, has a working knowledge of French, and is thoroughly familiar with the nuances and cultural aspects of doing business in Latin American countries.
Listen to Ed Stillman, Vistage International Chair talk on business opportunities in Austin and the State of Texas.
Ed Stillman , 33 year career with Fortune 100 Company. Masters in Management with a focus on small to medium size private (for profit) companies. Coaching focus is on assisting small to mid level company members in becoming better leaders, making better decisions and ultimately growing their revenue and profit. My clients are focusing on creating a better balance between business commitments, personal relationships and spiritual walk.
Ben Ramirez talks on business opportunities in and with the City of Austin, Texas and on business development between Austin and Brazil.
Ben Ramirez III
International Economic Development Manager for the City of Austin
While employed in the public and private sectors over the past twenty years, Ben has assisted numerous international business expansion efforts within the NAFTA region and throughout the world.
Natalie Cofield, President & CEO Capital City African American Chamber of Commerce.
Natalie Cofield talks of her recent visit to Brazil and the business opportunities between Austin and Campinas.
The Capital City African-American Chamber of Commerce (CCAACC) promotes the development of African American businesses and the expansion of the business community by providing resources, technical assistance, and leadership on policy issues that enhance economic growth and by promoting convention and tourism.