For the past several years, there has been an ever-increasing focus on corruption in Latin America following a rash of major scandals, protests and calls for change. As a result, Latin American governments have added to, or enhanced, anti-corruption provisions in their corporate liability schemes, which means multinational companies will need to increase focus on internal compliance programs to prepare for closer scrutiny in this more active enforcement environment.
To address these challenges, S&C Litigation partners Brendan Cullen and Anthony Lewis authored the chapter “Developing a Robust Compliance Programme in Latin America” in Latin Lawyer’s recently published Guide to Corporate Compliance. The chapter provides multinational companies operating in Latin America guidance on how to navigate the key risks, challenges and considerations when building an effective compliance program that is tailored to a company’s specific risks—based on geography, industry and other relevant factors.
Read the chapter: Developing a Robust Compliance Programme in Latin America.
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