Dear Colleague,

As Co-Chairs, we are very excited to invite and welcome you to CI’s 3rd Andean Summit on Anti-Corruption Compliance & Enforcement. As previous attendees already know, this conference brings together experts in anti-corruption compliance and white-collar crime investigations for engaging discussions that are replete with practical strategies for navigating risks in a complex world, and this year is no different.

The program highlights the fact that Latin American countries have been intensifying their efforts to abate corruption by enacting new legislation, creating new anti-corruption authorities, participating in multi-jurisdictional enforcement actions, multilateral conventions and working groups aimed at combating regional and global corruption. These efforts will be discussed alongside insightful analysis of the implications and lessons learned from the most significant corruption crises in the marketplace and political scandals that the region is currently facing, such as:

  • The corruption notebooks – Argentina
  • Recordings revealing systemic corruption in the judicial, executive and legislative branches – Peru
  • The Odebrecht scandal – Brasil, Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Guatemala, Panama, Mexico.

Furthermore, the program includes practical panels on the “ins and outs” of an effective compliance program, internal investigations, risk mitigation, enhancing cultural awareness, third-party screening and compliance monitoring.

A terrific and diverse group of speakers is lined up to discuss these and other cutting-edge topics, including a keynote interview and audience Q&A with Messrs. Rodrigo Janot, Former Attorney General of BrazilNéstor Humberto Martínez Neira, Attorney General of Colombia, and Christopher Cestaro, Assistant Chief of the FCPA Unit at the U.S. Department of Justice.

Once again, this program represents the intersection of contemporary topics in anti-corruption compliance and enforcement with the practicalities of doing business in different industries and locales in the Latin American region.  It is also a great opportunity to network with old and new contacts in this important and meaningful area of practice. 

Thank you for your attention and we look forward to seeing you at the conference!

Natalí Leal Gómez
Chief Ethics and Compliance Officer
Odinsa (Colombia)
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Sandra Orihuela
Global Compliance Counsel and Founding Partner
Orihuela Abogados (Perú/USA)
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