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The main Latin American markets have seen a number of reforms in law and regulation in corporate governance in recent years, along with the issuance of voluntary governance codes and the setup of institutes dedicated to the advancement of corporate governance. Still, critical issues remain, many of great relevance for investors in Latin American companies. Serious governance scandals in Brazil and Chile covered in this guide highlight the direct implications of governance lapses.
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Financial Services Outlook 2016: A Focus on Asset Quality
Insurers and Project Finance: The Search for Synergies
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