Remittances were US$2.71bn in September, keeping the metric on track to cross the US$30bn mark by year-end, as the robust US labor market looks to sustain the strong pace of money transfers to Mexico.
Lawmaker Onyx Lorenzoni will lead the transition team until the end of this year.
Finance minister Felipe Larraín said the long national holiday celebration was partly to blame for the economy's slow growth in September.
The Mexican pension fund manager cited multiple investment risks on the near-term horizon, including the recent referendum on Mexico City's new international airport.
An OECD study pointed at problems such as low penetration of banking services and a lack of trust in the digital environment as two of the problems holding back e-commerce and digital services in the country.
The purchase of mobile phone airtime has become a recognized form of remittances in the region.
Analysts are citing the use of a referendum-like consultation as a sign of how Mexico's incoming president looks to be increasingly interventionist.