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GCs applaud Peru’s new corporate liability law but call for more guidance on compliance practices

The Royal Palace of Justice in Lima, home to Peru's Supreme Court

The Royal Palace of Justice in Lima, home to Peru's Supreme Court (Credit: istock.com/E_rojas)

As Peru joins other countries in Latin America in making companies criminally liable for bribery and money laundering, in-house counsel push for greater clarification on the necessary components of a good compliance programme. 

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