Consul Juan Manuel Solana, Consulate of Mexico, Indianapolis

On December 3, 2007 the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, appointed Mr. Juan Manuel Solana as Consul at the Mexican Consulate in Indianapolis, Indiana. Mr. Solana is an economist with a solid background in the fields of marketing, finances, international commerce and diplomacy. Born in Mexico City on February 22, 1959, he graduated from the “Universidad Iberoamericana” in 1981 and continued his graduate studies on the National College of Economy. He specialized in Econometrics.

In 1996 Mr. Solana started his diplomatic career as Consul of Economic Affairs at the Mexican Consulate in Houston, Texas. This experience was expanded as Consul of Mexico in Albuquerque, New Mexico were he was appointed from 2001 until his nomination to the Consulate in Indianapolis, Indiana.

From 1993 to 1996 he served as Senior Vice-president for the “Nego-centros Project” for the Mexican Small Business Administration System. This program was supported by “Nacional Financiera”, the largest Mexican development bank at that time.

From 1989 to 1993 he was a part of a consulting firm as Senior Partner with clients in the national and international fields, among others; the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the University of Tokyo, the Mexican Ministry of Industrial Development and Commerce and several Mexican banks.

Mr. Solana banking experience came from working from 1983 to 1989 as Director for Planning and Development of New Products at “Banco Mexicano Somex” that was the fourth Mexican leading bank.

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