- The General Law of the National Anti-Corruption System (“SNA”): Coordinates the prevention, detection, and prosecution of anti-corruption cases across municipal, state, and local jurisdictions.
- The General Law on Administrative Responsibility (“GLAR”): Holds any legal person liable for “non-serious and serious administrative violations, including corruption.”
- Federal Criminal Code (“FCC”): Prohibits individuals and legal entities from providing—or offering to provide—money or other types of gifts to foreign public officials to secure an improper advantage in connection with an international business transaction.
- Special Prosecutor’s Office for Combating Corruption (Fiscalía Especializada en Combate a la Corrupcíon)
- The Federal Court of Administrative Justice
- OECD profile page for Mexico
- OECD Working Group on Bribery page for Mexico
- OEA Profile Page
- OAS Country Report
- U.S. State Department Country Report
- Manual Sobre SNA
- Politica Nacional Anti-Corrupcion
- GAN Integrity: Mexico Corruption Report
- FATF and GAFILAT 2018 Report: Anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing measures in Mexico
- Podcast: Compliance & Risk Management: Conversation with Jerry Kral, Brown-Forman
- The COVID-19 Landscape in Latin America, Over a Year Later Anti-Corruption Report
- Podcast: Health Care Compliance Check-up: Mexico
- The Proliferation of Text and App-Based Messaging
- AMLO 2021: Is the Mexican Administration’s Fight Against Corruption All Rhetoric?
- The Anti-Corruption Report Article: FCPA Resource Guide Second Edition in Practice
- U.S. Sanctions and Export Control Considerations for Suppliers of COVID-19 Relief Items to Latin American Jurisdictions
- Ensuring Compliance as Usual Even Without Business as Usual in Latin America
- Elevated Bribery and Fraud Risks in Latin America in the Wake of COVID-19
- AMLO in Office: A New Dawn in Mexico’s Fight Against Corruption?
- Podcast: International Risks Facing Companies in Latin America
- Latin America Initiative on ropesgray.com