José Carlos Barría Vallarino, tells LACCA about his contribution to one of the most important infrastructure projects in Panama and why heavy bureaucracy in the environmental sector can be challenging for companies.
Luis Enrique Arizmendi Gómez, contract manager at Honeywell in Mexico, tells LACCA about how to get results.
Patrícia Godoy Oliveira tells LACCA about her experience implementing new strategies at Aon, and how compliance policies need to be fun to be engaging.
Patricia Jones tells LACCA about why she believes legal counsel must be problem solvers above all else.
Roberto Miller tells LACCA about how the role of in-house counsel in Brazil has become far more strategic and how legal departments are no longer seen as cost centres.
Jorge Luis Conde Granados tells LACCA about the difficulties of dealing with regulatory bodies across different industries.
Thiago de Almeida Alvares Vono tells LACCA about coordinating legal matters in an uncertain political climate and how this has caused a considerable decrease in real estate deals.
Natalia Soledad Meyer tells LACCA why being thrown in at the deep end meant she was able to rapidly develop her professional skills and increase her responsibilities.
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André Nunes Damaso tells LACCA about the importance of ethics and compliance in protecting a company’s reputation and reducing uncertainty in business transactions.
Enrique Aguilar tells LACCA why attention to detail in due diligence processes is key for in-house teams in the real estate sector in Mexico.
LACCA speaks to the chair of the world-renowned anti-corruption organisation Transparency International (TI), Delia Ferreira Rubio, about the evolution of Latin America’s anti-corruption landscape and why collaboration with the private sector is key.