The coronavirus has heavily impacted mergers and acquisitions. The lack of liquidity and the uncertainty have produced a significant decline in the volume and number of transactions. This has resulted in the cancellation or suspension of transactions, above all in the second quarter, and in the invoking of clauses in order not to close deals. Luis Burgueño, partner of the Mexican firm Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C., considers that in this context, investing in Mexico requires discipline in the selection and due diligence of the possible targets, in the valuation of the company, and in the negotiation of the terms and conditions of the contracts. In particular, tolerance of risk and a long-term vision are needed.