Compliance in Central America: A new reality

Central American countries have been combatting corruption, but GCs can play an important role in driving change

Central American countries have been combatting corruption, but GCs can play an important role in driving change (Credit: istock/beyhanyazar)

The evolving anti-corruption landscape in Central America is leading more and more local companies to implement strong compliance frameworks, but GCs at LACCA’s meeting in Guatemala say third parties still pose a high risk and stress the need for in-house teams to drive a culture of ethics within their organisations.

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