Pró-Ética is an initiative developed by the Office of the Comptroller General (CGU) that seeks to encourage the voluntary adoption of compliance mechanisms and procedures by Brazilian and multinational companies, through public recognition of companies that are committed to implementing measures aimed at preventing, detecting and remediating corruption and fraud misconducts, as well as promoting
The Brazilian Central Bank published on August 29, 2017, Resolution N. 4,595, which establishes Compliance guidelines for financial institutions and credit unions.
The institutions subject to regulation by the Central Bank shall implement a compliance program no later than December 31 this year. Among other aspects, the Resolution establishes that:
- ) The institutions shall assign
The Current State of Compliance in Brazil: More Regulatory Guidance Needed
By Aarti Maharaj
May 15th, 2016
The wide-ranging investigation into Petrobras’ corruption scandal has reached a new level of urgency with the ongoing impeachment of President Rousseff and a change of government in Brazil.
In this webinar, we discuss:
- The latest developments in the Car Wash investigation
- The expected next steps in enforcement in Brazil and the roles of the US
RIO DE JANEIRO, April 7, 2016 – Attorney Salim Saud Neto announced today the founding of Saud Advogados, a new law firm based in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The firm will focus on anti-corruption enforcement and compliance, litigation and arbitration, as well as general business. As a first order of business, Saud Advogados has entered…