Rebuilding trust

This article first appeared in La Tercera on May 2, 2022. Trust is more than a value, it is the basis for the development of any society, on which strong democracies are built, with upright institutions that watch over the Read More

Russia sanctions and corruption risks

This article first appeared in La Tercera on April 1, 2022. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine can be analyzed from different points of view, the most important of which is certainly the humanitarian one, the invasion of a territory and its Read More

Breaking the cycle of corruption

This article first appeared in El Mostrador on March 18, 2022. When things do not surprise us, it is because we are used to seeing them, because they have become a daily occurrence and we see them as normal events Read More

Asset Laundering, closer than we think

This article first appeared in La Tercera on February 17, 2022. Breaking Bad, Ozark or Narcos are some of the series that we can watch via streaming and that immerses us in the world of drug trafficking and money laundering. But far Read More

Chile 2021, corruption in 360°

  This article first appeared in El Mostrador on December 31, 2021. As a cliché at the end of the year, it is time for the year’s recap and, in terms of corruption, the conclusions are worrisome. This 2021 no Read More

Anti-corruption meeting Global Compact

Considering the context of pandemic and crisis of trust that Chile and the world are facing, Global Compact organized on Thursday, November 5, a virtual meeting to analyze how corruption has become an obstacle to progress in sustainable development. This, Read More

The future is sustainable or it will not be

  This article first appeared on La Tercera on November 23, 2021. A few months ago we learned of the devastating report of the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC), which warns of the dangerous and irreversible effects of Read More

Pandora Papers: legal is not necessarily ethical

  This article first appeared on La Tercera on October 18, 2021. Much has already been said about the Pandora Papers, tax havens, and other scandals related to this worldwide journalistic investigation. However, I would like to dwell on an issue as Read More

Embezzlement: the word of the moment

  This article first appeared on El Mostrador on September 28, 2021. It has become recurrent to hear or read the word “embezzlement” these days. Etymologically, it is formed with Latin roots, and means the “action and effect of using Read More

Municipal Corruption: The Legality Gap

  This article first appeared in La Tercera on September 21, 2021. We are not surprised by one case of corruption when we hear about the next, and then the next. The last few days have been intense, full of Read More

Trust and digital ethics

  This article first appeared in La Tercera on August 24, 2021. We are immersed in the digital era, in the midst of the maelstrom of technology and its constant evolution. What is a revolutionary innovation, becomes an everyday occurrence, Read More

When compliance is not enough

This article first appeared in El Mostrador on July 25, 2021. A good reputation can take years to build and only seconds to destroy. Under this premise, I would like to highlight how important it is for companies to safeguard this Read More

When compliance is not enough

  This article first appeared in El Mostrador on July 25, 2021. A good reputation can take years to build and only seconds to destroy. Under this premise, I would like to highlight how important it is for companies to safeguard Read More

Saying No

  This article first appeared in La Tercera on July 20, 2021. Corruption often occurs right under our noses, but we do not realize it, because we do not see it or we are not aware that something irregular is happening. Read More