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Executive training on Ethics, Compliance,
Anti-Corruption and
Public Procurement. 

This executive course has been aligned under the standards of the Government Specialization Program of multinational companies such as DELL Technologies MCLA.
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Regional vision

Public procurement module for the 
(Special modules: Trinidad and Tobago / Jamaica)

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General Objective 

To provide training in Ethics, Compliance, Anti-Corruption and Public Procurement to those who sell to government entities in Latin America under international standards.

Target audience:

Companies selling to government

Executives and public officials

From organizations committed to international standards of ethics, compliance and anti-corruption.

Legal and Compliance



Module I. Corporate Integrity, Ethics and Compliance

  • Essential concepts on corporate Integrity, Ethics and Compliance in the international arena.
  • Elements of an effective ethics and compliance program/compliance management systems under international standards.  
  • Companies legal and compliance risks.
  • Corporate criminal and administrative liability.
  • Conflict of interest. 
  • Fraud.
  • Anti Money Laundering. 
  • Prevention of harassment, discrimination and violence in the workplace. 
  • A favorable and psychologically safe work environment. 
  • Corporate governance, current expectations of responsible leadership, 

Module II. Anti-bribery and Anti-corruption  

  • Essential concepts and consequences under international standards.
  • Relevant regulatory framework in Latin America.
  • Main forms of corruption and their impact.
  • Authorities, relevant sources and trends in anti-corruption for Latin America.
  • FCPA and UKBA.

Module III. Public Procurement  


  • Overview of the public procurement legislative landscape in the Anglo-Caribbean.
  • Focus on the public procurement guidelines and processes in Jamaica and Trinidad and Tobago.
  • Required conduct by suppliers and contractors.
  • Challenging the decision of the procuring entity.


CEO and founder of Comply Latam S.C

Imelda has more than 20 years of experience in Corporate Integrity (Ethics and Compliance). She provides consulting and executive training to diverse industries since 2018, previously, Imelda held executive positions within the field of legal and compliance, her last role was as Regional Compliance Officer for Latin America and Canada at Novartis.

She has written in specialized books. Imelda has been international speaker since 2012, Advisory Board member and faculty of diverse Healthcare Compliance Certificate Programs for Latin America at the University of Miami, Seton Hall Law and Institute of Legal Research at UNAM. She holds a law degree and a master's degree in business administration.
Patrick Jones - Course author

Clivetty Martinez,

Senior Consultant | Granite GRC | USA
Clivetty Martinez, Ph.D., CCEP, CHC, MOT, is an internationally recognized, seasoned professional with global compliance and privacy experience in the healthcare, life sciences and consumer products industries. She has designed, built, developed, and led global compliance and privacy programs at several multinational companies across the pharmaceutical, consumer products, medical device, lab services and animal health industries. She has held several positions of increasing responsibilities up to and including Vice President and Chief Compliance Officer in national and global companies including Johnson & Johnson, Myriad Genetics, Akorn Pharmaceuticals, Perrigo, and Wyeth.
Patrick Jones - Course author

Seraphia Spence

Attorney at Law | DENTONS DELANY | Jamaica

Seraphia Spence is an Attorney-at-Law in Dentons’ Jamaica office. She is a member of the Jamaica Bar Association and the Norman Manley Law School Advocacy Society group.​
Seraphia brings 17 years of financial services and real estate industry experience in corporate Jamaica. This collective experience has allowed her to develop a strong understanding of the legal and regulatory frameworks governing the financial and real estate sectors in Jamaica.
Patrick Jones - Course author

Marise Ayoung-Johnston

Attorney at Law | DENTONS DELANY | Trinidad and Tobago​ 

Marise is an Attorney-at-Law in the Trinidad and Tobago office. She works in the Corporate and Commercial practice group and focuses on regulatory advice, corporate secretarial services and ESG strategy and compliance.​
Marise holds a bachelor’s degree in International Relations and a master’s degree in Human Rights. Prior to entering the legal profession, she worked in humanitarian aid. Since being admitted to practice, she continues to explore ways in which her humanitarian interests and legal training can merge to better serve her clients especially through her focus on ESG and sustainability.​
Patrick Jones - Course author

Andrés Huacuja

Compliance Legal Advisor| Academic Researcher ​ 

He is a distinguished Compliance Legal Advisor and academic scholar with robust experience in corporate legal frameworks and risk management demonstrated through impactful roles at firms like OCA Law Firm and Huacuja Betancourt y Haw Mayer Abogados. At the forefront of developing GRC programs, he steers comprehensive corporate investigations and ensures adherence to complex regulations, with a special focus on AML, anti-corruption, and data protection.
Andrés earned his Juris Doctor at Universidad Iberoamericana, a Bachelor´s and Master’s Degree in Philosophy at Universidad Panamericana, a Master of Laws in Human Rights at Instituto Tecnológico Autonomo de México, and LLM in International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law at American University, Washington College of Law. Additionally, he holds a Certificate of Competency in Public Policy Analysis by London School of Economics.
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Duration and effective hours of study

This executive training will run from November 8 until November 30, 2023.

There will be 3 live sessions:
1. Kickoff session on November 16, 2023
In between, asynchronously, you will be able to take your modules to study at your pace.  (6 to 10 hours aproximately depending on your country).
2. Module III Q&A session on December 6, 2023.
3 Modules I, II Q&A session and closing on December 8, 2023.

  • Asynchronously, you will be able to take the module on public procurement that corresponds in your country or countries: Anglo Caribean.