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"Building effective internal communication channels" by Daniel R. Alonso, Andrew P. Pennacchia, Benjamin W. Hutten, and Norma Ramirez-Marin (from The Guide to Corporate Compliance, 2nd Ed.)

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Daniel R. Alonso, Andrew P. Pennacchia, Benjamin W. Hutten, Norma Ramirez-Marin

Daniel R. Alonso, Andrew P. Pennacchia, Benjamin W. Hutten, and Norma Ramirez-Marin wrote “Building effective internal communication channels,” a chapter in The Guide to Corporate Compliance, published by Latin Lawyer and designed to assist key corporate decision makers and their advisers in managing compliance obligations. Although the treatise is applicable to companies globally, it has a special focus on Latin America.

A well-designed and well-implemented compliance program is a critical component of corporate governance. But even the best program will be ineffective without regular and effective communications. This chapter discusses the need for communicating about the program to those who deal with compliance issues on a daily basis, and outlines the components of an effective communications program.  

Click here to read the chapter – An extract from Latin Lawyer’s The Guide to Corporate Compliance, 2nd Ed.

The whole publication is available here.

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