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on Aug 3rd, 2018.
Earlier this week, our Chief Compliance and Ethics Officer, Daniel Medina was invited to provide a workshop on building a compliance program for non-profit organizations “General Assistance Meeting of the State of Hidalgo” (Junta General de Asistencia del estado de Hidalgo). The workshop was organized by the Government of the State of Hidalgo, Mexico.
"All organizations are subject to commit or have been victims of financial crimes,” said Daniel Medina, “it is our responsibility to mitigate these risks and build a strong Compliance program to keep serving our society, specially at Non-Profit Organizations."
People from various civil associations attended the workshop; from associations fighting cancer, and homelessness, to animals’ rights. We are happy to see that the authorities are acknowledging the need to protect the NPOs from money laundering, corruption, fraud and other financial crimes. Non-profits, after all, have a noble goal in every society exercising it through providing vital services, thus strengthening the society as a whole.
We, at Dolare, from the very beginning, have set our goal to be bridging the gap between our clients and their customers through a compliance-centric service. It is our utmost responsibility to assist in building a society where these NPOs are protected against illicit actions, so they can carry out their mission. Deepening the connection with our communities show us the right path to achieving our goal.