Partner, Head of Mexico, Central America & the Caribbean
The fight against corruption presented a mixed picture throughout Latin America over the past year.
Latin America continues to struggle with COVID-19 and economic issues like inflation, now compounded by Russia’s conflict with Ukraine, have taken precedence over corruption. Many governments in the region have relegated anti-corruption reforms to a lower priority. The overall scenario in 2022 was one of relative stability following the clear setbacks of recent years. Several governments made fighting corruption and strengthening institutions a priority. It was clear that anti-corruption efforts, while under some duress, remain a priority for many citizens throughout the region.
Against this backdrop, Control Risks and Americas Society / Council of the Americas (ASCOA) introduce the third edition of the Capacity to Combat Corruption (CCC) Index.
Join Control Risks on June 30th for a discussion on the key findings of the report and the implications for businesses operating or seeking to invest in the region.