Caution and complexity will define LatAm’s M&A landscape

Political uncertainty following the US presidential election, weak economic growth across Latin America and stricter anticorruption compliance requirements are increasing the time and complexity of M&A transactions in the region, heard delegates at Latin Lawyer’s 7th annual M&A conference held in Rio de Janeiro on Friday.

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