On this week’s Compliance Blog we will talk about an issue of concern for everyone living in Mexico: the perception of insecurity in Mexican states. Which states are seen as the riskiest, and how does this relate to money laundering prevention? Keep reading to find out.
Uno de los hilos conductores de las novedades que surgieron este mes en el gremio periodístico mexicano ha sido el caso Vallarta-Cassez y el montaje televisivo que de su aprehensión se realizó en 2005. Algunos de los medios más importantes del país cambian de timón, mientras que siguen registrándose actos de acoso y autoritarismo en contra de periodistas y plataformas informativas.
IR Magazine recently hosted its virtual European awards ceremony. This week we bring you the winners of the key categories…
This week I want to share and comment on the best practices for sustainability reporting according to NYSE. NYSE proposes an 8 steps process for
This week the OECD published a report called The Future of Corporate Governance in Capital Markets Following the COVID-19 Crisis. We think it has very interesting insights
This week I want to discuss a topic that I think is fundamental for companies to keep advancing their ESG journey in the future: are
As the candidates came out to declare victory after the June 6 elections, several pollsters also claimed (publicly and privately) to have “won” by having the most accurate projections. Unlike elections, there are multiple ways to evaluate polls; however, we will tell you who came the closest to the actual election day results.
In this week’s Compliance Blog we are going to comment on an issue that is an integral part of an Anti-Money Laundering (AML) program. I am referring to the AML monitoring system, which some companies call an automated system, AML system, or transaction monitoring system.
Last week we attended an IR Magazine webinar looking at Investor Days and what we can learn from virtual events held in 2020 and early 2021 to improve the experience…
In this post we are going to discuss a topic that is particularly relevant for companies that are listed on the Stock Exchange (BMV or BIVA). I am specifically referring to the handling of privileged information and relevant events, which directly influence personal trading by managers and other employees who work for the organization.
In this post we are going to discuss a topic that is very relevant – business ethics and its day to day use. I will specifically address the unfortunate event that occurred a few weeks ago on Line 12 of the CDMX metro, which deeply affected our society.
This month El Pulso de los Medios brings you the latest on changes in organizations such as Mexicanos Contra la Corrupción y la Impunidad; conflicts between journalists and public officials (including President López Obrador); and additional complaints of sexual and labor harassment at El Heraldo de México.