TRACE hosts webinars on a variety of regulatory compliance topics on a monthly basis. Webinar recordings are available in the members-only Resource Center and can be used for ad hoc training or as part of a comprehensive global training program coupled with our eLearning. Select webinars are open to the public. Advanced training, available through TRACEpro, includes a selection of our recorded webinars.
Thursday, 14 December 2023 | 1:00 PM EST (6:00 PM GMT)
During this session benefit from a review of the current state of anti-corruption law and enforcement in key countries in Latin America including Argentina, Brazil and Mexico. Led by Guillermo Jorge, Partner, Bruchou & Funes De Rioja, TRACE’s designated Partner Firm in Argentina, this session will provide an overview of anti-corruption regulation in each country as well as any recent changes to the same. Mr. Jorge will also highlight recent local and global enforcement trends in the region as well as key lessons learned from recent cases. An added benefit for this session, Mr. Jorge will also share the top areas of anti-corruption risk exposure for global MNCs operating in the region as well as recommendations for how to effectively address these issues as part of your compliance program and on-the-ground business operations.
CLE credits are available for this webinar in the following states only – TX, VA, NY, NJ, CA. Additional instructions on how to obtain CLE credits will be provided during the webinar.
Bruchou & Funes De Rioja
Guillermo is in charge of the Compliance, Investigations and Corporate Criminal Law department. He is a recognized expert in anti-corruption compliance and money laundering prevention, and for his innovative strategies for mitigating legal risks. Prior to joining Bruchou, he was the founding partner of Governance Latam. Apart from advising multinational and local companies, he is regularly consulted in public integrity reform processes, anticorruption and laundering prevention in Argentina and most Latin American countries, as well as by international organizations such as the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank, the United Nations and the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Guillermo was also a member of FIFA’s Independent Governance Committee, which oversaw the organization’s corporate governance reforms.
Additionally, he serves as a Global Adjunct Professor at the New York University School of Law and senior researcher at the University of San Andrés in the Center of Anticorruption Studies. Guillermo has been a Visiting Scholar at the Center for Latin American Studies at Stanford University (2001), a scholar at the National Endowment for Democracy (2006) and at the Center for Democracy, Development and the Rule of Law at Stanford University (2009). He has published on the topics in which he specializes in Argentina and abroad, and is a frequent speaker at international conferences.
He is a member of the Colegio Público de Abogados de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires and Colegio Público de Abogados de la Capital Federal.
Guillermo received a law degree from the Law School of the Universidad de Buenos Aires in 1995 and completed an LLM from Harvard University (2003). Furthermore, he has been recognized in his field of practice by Chambers & Partners, and a Global Elite Thought Leader in 2018 by Who’s Who Legal.