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Combating Corruption in Mexico: What's Happening With Mexico

Combating Corruption in Mexico: What’s Happening with Mexico’s National Anti-Corruption System?
Thursday, April 21, 2022 | 6:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
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Program Fee:
Free for Members | $15 Non-Members
The National Anti-Corruption System (Sistema Nacional Anticorrupción, SNA) was enacted to develop a tougher and more comprehensive approach to fighting corruption.  Nearly five years after this law’s passage, however, corruption remains one of the most significant issues facing Mexico, which continues receiving low marks in Transparency International’s Corruption Perceptions Index. This panel of experts from Mexico and the United States will discuss what, if any, effect the SNA has had on Mexico’s business culture; what the AMLO administration has been doing to fight against public sector corruption; and what the Biden Administration’s approach to the Foreign Corruption Practices Act means for international businesses operating in Mexico and Mexican companies with ties to the United States and its capital markets.

Andres Rivero, Rivero Mestre LLP 

Ilan Katz, Katz & Gudino, S.C.
Christian Kaye, Kaye Trueba Abogado
Shelley M. Hayes, KPMG Forensic Canada
Diego Sierra, Von Wobeser y Sierra, S.C. 
Seth Farber, Winston & Strawn LLP

Sponsoring Committee:
Inter-American Affairs, Michael Fernandez, Chair

Co-Sponsoring Committees:
White Collar Crime, Marshall Miller, Chair
Compliance, Patrick Campbell, Chair

Co-Sponsoring Organizations:
Hispanic National Bar Association, Region II
Cyrus Vance Center for International Justice, Alexander Papachristou, Executive Director

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