“Investigations are coming” warns partner at Mexico’s Chávez Vargas

A name partner at Chávez Vargas Minutti Abogados, SC predicts Mexico’s new government will take an “iron fist” approach to corruption as the firm’s new compliance subsidiary puts the finishing touches on state-owned bank Banobras’ integrity programme.

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The firm’s compliance subsidiary, CHM Compliance, carried out the work, which was signed on 21 November. The advice included analysing and implementing internal regulations and processes as well as setting up anti-corruption training programmes for Banobras employees.

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