Region: Mexico

Citigroup resolves two SEC enforcement actions

Citigroup’s penalty resolves books and records charges tied to its uncovering of $400 million of bad loans given to oil services firm Oceanografía by the bank’s Mexican unit, Banamex.

16 August 2018

Mexico's incoming government reviewing oil contracts for corruption

10 August 2018

The slow progress of anti-corruption reforms in Mexico and Central America

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Mexico

Holland & Knight partner Emil Infante and associate Manuel Miranda consider the anti-corruption strategies of Mexico and several Central American countries and make a case for why the countries should establish independent bodies with investigative and prosecutorial powers.

18 July 2018

Rabobank fined $500,000 for conspiring to impede OCC investigation

21 May 2018

Failure to cooperate led to Odebrecht’s “unfair” Mexico fine

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Mexico

Odebrecht’s claim that it deserved leniency from Mexico’s Ministry of Public Administration has fallen on deaf ears in a row over whether the company cooperated with investigators.

24 April 2018

Mexico opens potentially Cambridge Analytica-linked investigation

10 April 2018

Mexico’s lawyers want anti-corruption-themed election

Featured in Investigator's Guide to Mexico

With Mexico’s presidential elections only three months away, Mexican investigations lawyers are looking to a new government to breathe life into country’s stagnant anti-corruption reforms.

29 March 2018

Ex-prosecutor in Mexico says he was fired to thwart investigations

15 March 2018

The Odebrecht Fact Sheet

Despite reaching a settlement with US, Brazilian and Swiss authorities over a year ago, the fallout from Odebrecht’s bribery scheme continues with the company agreeing two additional settlements and Latin American prosecutors charging more public officials.

13 February 2018

Mexico’s financial intelligence unit head resigns

11 January 2018

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