Sustainable development could boost Colombia’s financial system

Though it has navigated the global slump in oil prices better than some of its neighbors, Colombia’s economy has still not been immune, as shown by indicators including slowing business volumes. Latin America Financial Services Adviser asks: Will Colombian Banks Thrive in the Months Ahead? How are Colombia’s current economic conditions affecting the country’s financial services…

Marta Colomar-Garcia

Marta Colomar-Garcia Named as Top 100 Female Lawyer Specializing in Latin America

April 11, 2016 –  MIAMI – The editorial staff of Latinvex has announced their selection of the top 100 female lawyers specializing in Latin America among international law firms. Diaz Reus is pleased to announce that Partner Marta Colomar-Garcia is among those recognized, earning distinction for her achievement in the area of litigation and arbitration in Latin…

Money Laundering in Latin America Continues to Grow

Latin America: Money Laundering Grows Growing crime and weak enforcement boost money laundering in Latin America. By Joachim Bamrud First published Latinvex. November 24, 2014 Reprinted with permission. Money laundering is growing in Latin America despite growing enforcement by both US and Latin American authorities, experts say. “Money laundering has grown and will continue to…

2014 Trade Americas Expo Boasts High Impact

Infrastructure development needs in Latin America and the Caribbean are great. Distinguished panelists at the 2014 Trade Americas & ConnectAmericas Expo engaged attendees and enjoyed robust discussions around the region’s latest trends and opportunities, connecting potential business partners and financiers and corporate and government leaders. Global Managing Parter, Michael Diaz Jr., panelist, addressed the conference…

Trade Americas Expo: Building the Americas: Infrastructure Trends for the Next Decade in the Americas

Infrastructure development needs in Latin America and the Caribbean are great. As the region gives way to a burgeoning middle class, the population demands a better quality of life resulting in opportunities for the private sector to introduce and capitalize innovative solutions to this immense demand on public infrastructure. The IDB claims that these countries…

8th Annual Latinoamericano Arbitration Conference

The 8th Latinoamerican Arbitration Conference is one of the most important events in the area of commercial and investment arbitration offering a variety of educational sessions and discussions, gathering prominent arbitrators, judges, justices, and well-known attorneys from around the world. Featured photo includes Juan Ramirez, Jr. and Marcela Blanco who attended the 8th Latinoamerican Arbitration Conference in Lima, Peru.…

Guyana’s inaction on Anti-Money Laundering Bill May Lead to Serious Sanctions

Latin American Dialogue’s, Latin American Advisor asked Diaz Reus: “Why has Guyana failed to pass an anti-money laundering bill?” The Caribbean Community Secretariat in February expressed concern at Guyana’s failure to pass its Anti-Money Laundering and Countering the Financing of Terrorism Act, a measure that the secretary general of the Organization of American States has also…

El 8vo. Congreso Latinoamericano de Arbitraje

El 8vo. Congreso Latinoamericano de Arbitraje es uno de los eventos más importantes en el área de arbitraje comercial y de inversión no solo porque se abordan una gran variedad de temas si no también porque reune prominentes arbitros, jueces, magistrados y destacados abogados de todo el mundo. DIAZ REUS patrocina este importante evento. También,…

The 8th Latinoamerican Arbitration Conference

The 8th Latinoamerican Arbitration Conference is one of the most important events in the area of commercial and investment arbitration not only because there is a great variety on the topics but also because it gathers prominent arbitrators, judges, justices and well-known attorneys around the world. DIAZ REUS sponsors this important event. Also, DIAZ REUS´…