Progress and Continuing Challenges in Implementing Mexico’s Anti-Corruption Regime

Mexico’s national anti-corruption system is a “monumental development for Mexico, for Latin America and for companies that are doing work in Mexico,” Matteson Ellis, a member of Miller & Chevalier, said during a recent Strafford presentation. He and Carlos Chávez, a partner at Galicia Abogados, discussed the regime, the status of its implementation and its impact on corruption risk and corporate compliance efforts since it took effect in July 2017. For more from Ellis and Chávez on this subject, see “Staying Up-to-Date on the Slow Implementation of Mexico’s Anti-Corruption Legislation” (Jan. 10, 2018).

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