News BH Compliance
[Peru] Comptroller’s Office detected 438 companies with criminal responsibility for corruption

This article first appeared on RPP Noticias on October 20, 2021. The Comptroller General’s Office identified 438 companies that have criminal responsibility for possible acts of corruption between 2018 and 2021. During his presentation at the Congressional Budget Committee, Comptroller Read More

The Miami building that collapsed last June was allegedly built with drug trafficking funds.

This article first appeared on Infobae on October 16, 2021. The Champlain Towers residential complex, which collapsed in June in Surfside, Miami-Dade County (Florida), was allegedly built to launder drug cartel funds in the 1980s. According to an article in Read More

Pandora Papers: legal is not necessarily ethical

This article first appeared on La Tercera on October 18, 2021. Much has already been said about the Pandora Papers, tax havens, and other scandals related to this worldwide journalistic investigation. However, I would like to dwell on an issue Read More

[Ecuador] Corruption cases during pandemic record slow progress

This article first appeared on El Comercio on October 14, 2021. The Public Prosecutor’s Office is investigating 172 alleged cases of corruption perpetrated during the covid-19 pandemic in Ecuador. However, the majority of investigations show slow progress. A statistical report Read More

Columnas de opinión, Opinion
Unfair management and the importance of minority interests

This article first appeared on El Mercurio Legal on October 14, 2021. Once again, unfair administration appears on the front pages of Chilean newspapers. In 2018 it debuted as a new criminal type that came to pay a historical debt, Read More

[Honduras] Anti-Corruption Coalition demands the Legislative Branch to repeal reforms that protect the corrupt

This article first appeared in Criterio on October 11, 2021. The Anti-Corruption Coalition condemns that once again the National Congress legislates in favor of the interests of economic and political power groups and against the population that elected them and Read More

Peru’s president accepts prime minister’s resignation

This article first appeared in El Confidencial on October 6, 2021. Peru’s president, Pedro Castillo, announced Wednesday that he has accepted the resignation of his prime minister, Guido Bellido and that in the coming hours he will swear in a Read More

Offshore havens and hidden wealth of world leaders and billionaires exposed in unprecedented leak

This article first appeared on El País on October 3, 2021. Millions of leaked documents, which sparked the largest journalistic collaboration in history, reveal the financial secrets of 35 heads and former heads of state and more than 330 officials Read More

[Colombia] Bill filed to prevent corruption offenses from being subject to statute of limitations

This article first appeared in RCN on September 28, 2021. If there is something that has been talked about in recent days in Colombia, it is the corruption that may have originated from the contract of the Ministry of ICT Read More

U.S. House of Representatives approves measures against corruption overseas

This article first appeared in La Hora on September 24, 2021. The U.S. House of Representatives approved six measures to combat corruption abroad through a defense bill, Transparency International (TI) reported today. According to a statement released Friday, six measures Read More

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