As part of COF’s global philanthropy program, this members-only teleconference provided an overview on policy developments in Mexico that are impacting the flow of U.S. philanthropy into the country. On the call, expert speakers delved into the implications for funders of a new anti-money laundering law, changes to the Mexican tax code, and the consequences of the U.S.-Mexico trade agreement. Foundation leaders also explained how they navigate the changed regulatory environment and highlighted a range of new resources on grantmaking in Mexico.
As the world becomes increasingly interconnected and globalized, many grantmakers are looking to serve a broader community through their grantmaking and philanthropy. However, there are both current and proposed laws that restrict the flow of important charitable funds across borders. The Council is dedicated to ensuring that barriers to cross-border philanthropy are minimized.
These resources will help U.S. foundations and grantmakers understand the global regulatory space for philanthropy. General resources are found on this page; links to specific subtopics are below.
In-Depth Topics Under Global Regulation of Philanthropy:
In-Depth knowledge on Global Regulation of Philanthropy
In anticipation of important upcoming regulatory developments that will impact your global grantmaking, the Council hosted this conversation about cross-border philanthropy with Council members and several non-profit law experts.
Prepared by the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, this report provides a summary of the legal constraints in global grantmaking and draws on illustrative examples from the U.S., Europe, and other regions. It also outlines potential options to address these barriers.