Coca-Cola FEMSA

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Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V.
Traded as BMVKOF
Industry Beverage
Founded 1991
Headquarters Mexico City, Mexico
Area served
Latin America and The Philippines
Key people
José Antonio Fernández
John Santa María Otazua
Revenue Increase Mex$ 147.3 billion (2014)
Increase US$ 11.1 billion
Increase Mex$ 11.0 billion (2014)
Increase US$ 0.8 billion
Total assets Increase Mex$ 212.4 billion (2014)
Increase US$ 16.0 billion
Parent FEMSA

Coca-Cola FEMSA, S.A.B. de C.V., known as Coca-Cola FEMSA or KOF, is a Mexican multinational beverage company headquartered in Mexico City, Mexico. It operates the largest independent Coca-Cola bottling group in the world.

The company reported revenues of US$ 11.1 billion for 2014, making it one of the fifteen largest companies of Mexico.[1] It has operations in Latin America and the Philippines, mainly through bottling plants. It is a subsidiary of FEMSA, which owns 48% of its stock.[2] The Coca-Cola Company is also a shareholder, with 28% of the stock. The remaining 24% is listed publicly.

Coca-Cola FEMSA is listed on the Mexican Stock Exchange since 1993 and in the NYSE through ADS since 1998. It is a constituent of the IPC, the main benchmark index of the Mexican Stock Exchange.