Compliance, Anti-corruption and Investigations News



April 13, 2020

Compliance, Anti-corruption and Investigations

Newsflash - Mexico makes progress in financial technology compliance and prevention of unlawful transactions

On March 24, 2020, the Ministry of Finance (Secretaría de Hacienda y Crédito Público, “SHCP”) issued a resolution publishing the official forms to be used in connection with reporting obligations under the Law to Regulate the Financial Technology Institutions (Ley...


April 03, 2020

Compliance, Anti-corruption and Investigations

Newsflash - COVID-19 Compliance and Anti-Money Laundering (AML)

The Financial Intelligence Unit (UIF) and the Mexican Internal Revenue Service (SAT) in a joint communication indicated that, in case of any delay in the regulatory compliance in AML obligations as a result of COVID-19, obligated parties can request before the SAT an authorization to implement a...



August 02, 2019

Compliance, Anti-corruption and Investigations

Newsflash - New Law of Asset Forfeiture generates new risk for companies

On July 25, 2019 the National Law of Asset Forfeiture was approved by Congress, and the State will now be able to forfeit assets from companies for several causes including corruption. It is of the utmost importance that companies update their compliance programs to address this...


July 10, 2019

Compliance, Anti-corruption and Investigations

Newflash - Mexican authorities hinder taxpayers’ invoicing systems through compliance assurance programs

Due to important changes in the incoming government’s tax policy, tax authorities have heavilyenforced programs to increase tax revenue in recent months. In particular, the Tax AdministrationService (“SAT”) has put particular efforts in implementing tax compliance assurance...

We make use of first party and third party cookies to improve your experience and our services by analyzing traffic in our website. If you continue browsing, then we shall consider that you are in agreement with our cookie policy