S&C Partners and Latin Lawyer Collaborate on The Guide to Corporate Compliance, Second EditionSeptember 29, 2021
Over the past several years, governments across Latin America have been increasingly focused on corruption issues. Many have added to or enhanced anti-corruption provisions in their corporate liability schemes, leading to a more active enforcement environment for companies. The importance of robust internal compliance programs in the region has never been greater.
Drawing on their industry-leading expertise in corporate compliance, S&C litigation partners Brendan Cullen and Anthony Lewis authored a chapter in Latin Lawyer’s recently-published Guide to Corporate Compliance. In the chapter, “Developing a Robust Compliance Programme in Latin America,” the authors offer a snapshot of some of the key risks and challenges that the compliance programs of multi-national corporations in Latin America must confront, and provide best practices companies can adopt to maintain an effectively tailored compliance program.
Read the full chapter: Developing a Robust Compliance Programme in Latin America
S&C in Latin America
Throughout more than a century of involvement in Latin America—dating back to the creation of the Panama Canal—S&C has played an integral role in the region’s economic and legal history.
See additional information on The Guide to Corporate Crisis Management, Third Edition, edited by Sergio J. Galvis, Robert J. Giuffra Jr. and Werner Federico Ahlers
Meet our Authors:
Brendan Cullen is a partner in S&C’s Litigation Group. He has conducted numerous confidential internal investigations, including investigations related to issues of corporate governance, securities matters and Foreign Corrupt Practices Act compliance, which have involved countries throughout Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Latin America.
Anthony Lewis is a partner in the Firm’s Litigation Group. His practice focuses on international investigations, cybercrime matters and regulatory enforcement proceedings. He has conducted and supervised investigations involving OFAC-administered sanctions, money laundering, and cryptocurrencies