12 LATIN AMERICAN BRIEFINGS JULY/AUGUST 2017 © Association of Corporate Counsel
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Sixty-eight percent of respondents in Latin America reported
that they would potentially leave their current company for an
advancement opportunity elsewhere, according to the 2015 ACC
Global Census. Respondents in Australia/New Zealand ( 66 percent),
the United States ( 65 percent), and Europe ( 64 percent) similarly
reported their willingness to leave their current position for an
advancement opportunity elsewhere.
According to the 2015 ACC Global Census, 28 percent of respondents
in Latin America perceive their organization’s financial health to be
better than it was the previous year — compared to 27 percent of
respondents who believe that their organization’s financial health has
gotten worse and 32 percent who believe that it has stayed the same.
Forty-four percent of CLO respondents in the Latin America/
Caribbean region reported making changes to plans to enter new
markets as a result of geopolitical events, according to the ACC Chief
Legal Officers 2017 Survey. Only 11 percent of respondents, however,
reported making changes to insurance plans as a result of geopolitical
According to the ACC Chief Legal Officers 2017 Survey, 23 percent
of CLO respondents in the Latin America/Caribbean region noted
that they report to the board of directors. This value is higher than
respondents in Europe ( 13 percent), the United States ( 17 percent),
and Asia Pacific ( 19 percent) who report a similar reporting structure.
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