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Presentation made by the attorneys Iris Bennett, Partner of the US Law Firm Smith Pachter McWhorter PLC, and her associate Paulo Gusmão, together with André de Almeida and Leonardo B. Leite, partners of Almeida Advogados.
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The Superintendence of Private Insurance ("SUSEP") publishes Rule No 553 on rules applicable to Civil Liability Insurance for Directors and Administrators of Legal Entities (the "D & O Insurance").
The National Monetary Council incorporates into the financial regulation new rules on Corporate Governance established by the Basel Committee.
After 10 years of high-level and solid work in the city of Rio de Janeiro, Almeida Advogados begins a new phase, as a direct result of its partnership with you – Clients, Colleagues and Business Partners.
André de Almeida, founding and managing partner of Almeida Advogados, reflects upon Brazil’s recent struggles and concludes they will likely lead to more sustainable growth, on much more solid foundations.
The Central Bank of Brazil ("BACEN"), through Circular No 3.795, of June 16, 2016, established new regulations governing the Annual and Five-Year Censuses of foreign capital in Brazil.
Prompted by the crisis of the air transportation segment, the Government enacted a Provisional Measure amending the Brazilian Aeronautical Code and increasing the limit of foreign capital in Brazilian airline companies.
Brazilian government is considering to remove the foreign ownership restrictions on domestic airline companies.
Controversial decision from the São Bernardo do Campo Criminal Court demands the access blockage to Whatsapp in the whole country for the period of 48h and violates the rights established in the Brazilian Legislation
Companies have until August 17th, 2015 to submit information regarding the Central Bank 2015 Annual Census of Foreign Capitals.
A recently issued presidential decree shall regulate Brazil’s “Anti-corruption Law” and demand companies to adequate their corporate governance rules.