Mexico and Brazil rank in the first two places in Latin America with the highest average cost of fraudulent transactions, according to the Latin America Report on the True Cost of Fraud. Next on Latin America Screening News. The Lexis Nexis report on Latin America indicates that the reported monthly average of fraudulent transactions for …

Financial Regulators in Mexico are busy reinforcing the prevention of money laundering and terrorist financing. Next in Latin America Screening News. Salvador Díaz de León, President of the Association for the prevention of money Laundering and Economic Crime, affirmed that the risk of money laundering has increased during the coronavirus emergency: the theft of information, …

Civil organizations in Mexico call to avoid corruption in contracts amid the coronavirus pandemic next on Latin America Screening News Impunidad Cero, Justicia Justa, Tojil and Mexican Transparency have issued recommendations to avoid contracting with shell companies during the health emergency and call for establishing effective mechanisms to stop the diversion of resources. They demand …

In Uruguay, an urgently considered bill that includes the creation of the National Registry of Sexual Violators and Abusers entered the parliament, then in Latin America Screening News It’s a detailed record that will include names, surnames and nicknames, an updated photograph, date and place of birth, nationality, ID number and work, among others. Once …

In the last 9 years the national institute of transparency, access to the information and Protection of Personal Data of Mexico (INAI) has fined companies with more than 21 million dollars for violations in the treatment of personal data. Next in Latin America news. According to the information provided by the INAI to date, 257 …