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…

14th Annual FIBA Anti-Money Laundering Compliance Conference

The 14th Annual FIBA AML Conference on February 20-21, 2014 at Miami’s Intercontinental Hotel will convene industry leaders from both private and public sectors to debate key insights on regulatory expectations and best practices in order to ensure that transnational banks and financial institutions have at their disposal the information necessary to operate safely in the current BSA/AML/OFAC…

Free-Trade Accords in Latin America and the Caribbean

Featured Q&A with Marcela C. Blanco, Esq., Diaz Reus, Bogotá, Colombia for Inter-American Dialogue’s Latin America Advisor | Financial Services (October 17-30, 2013 Edition) Have Free-Trade Accords in Latin America and the Caribbean Aided Financial Companies? Chile and Canada updated their 16-year-old free-trade accord last month, agreeing to changes that will provide financial services companies in…