Tag Archive: Argentina

Argentina: ESG Criteria in Argentina – Meaningful Change or Meaningless Greenwashing?

 Companies and investors are increasingly taking environmental, social, and governance (ESG) factors into account as they make investment decisions. But worldwide, and especially in emerging markets like Argentina, such standards can only take hold with a serious focus on compliance.  The Growing Influence of ESG Criteria  Sustainable development is the idea that humanity’s future rests

Argentina: Legal Take-Aways From The Argentina Primaries (Paso)

On August 13, Argentina held its open primary elections (Elecciones Primarias Abiertas Simultáneas y Obligatorias or “PASO”). While the ostensible goal of the PASO is to narrow intra-party competition, its accessibility to all voters often serves as straw poll on overall popularity and, therefore, general election outcomes. The Political Fallout 69% of eligible voters participated. 

Argentina: Remote Working in Argentina

Know Before They Go The global tendency of remote working combined with Argentina’s current economic distress make the City of Buenos Aires a tempting destination for those who can live distant from their employer. Clients frequently consult us on remote work arrangements and we thought this primer would be a useful first step toward understanding