In south Texas, bank advisor Julian Cruz finds the majority of his business south of the border from clients who are worried about the investment and political risk in Mexico.

To be sure, most of his Mexican clients are already customers of the bank and get referred to him by tellers and loan officers. But once he has them on board, he travels to Mexico  a couple times a month for client visits, usually  to Monterrey about 150 miles away.

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