24/07/2018

Annual Census of Foreign Capital In Brazil of the Central Bank 2018

The Annual Census of Foreign Capital in Brazil, regulated by Circular No. 3,795/2016 by the Central Bank of Brazil (“BACEN”) is a statement that compiles information about Brazil’s foreign liabilities. The compiled data by BACEN allow it to elaborate statistics and economic policies, beyond researches in the consulted areas. The Census 2018’ statement shall be […] Continue reading...

23/07/2018

Mandatory Update of the CNPJ of Foreign Entities

The Federal Revenue of Brazil has established new rules concerning the Taxpayer Numbers (“CNPJ”) of foreign entities holding assets in Brazil, as one of the means to prevent and control corruption, money laundering and tax evasion. Currently, for the issuance or updating of CNPJ enrollment information based on documents on the foreign company’s legal representatives […] Continue reading...

30/05/2018

Seminar on Corporate Governance

Our partner Renata Antiquera spoke on “Consequences of Ignoring Corporate Governance” at the Corporate Governance Seminar that took place during the International Association of Young Lawyers – AIJA Half Year Conference in Warsaw, Poland, on May 25, 2018. Continue reading...

30/05/2018

Sugar Week Seminar

Our partner Alexandre B. David was one of the organizers and speakers at the Breakfast Seminar on “Sugar & Ethanol in Brazil: Opportunities and Challenges for Distressed Investments” that took place on May 8th, 2018, at Debevoise & Plimpton NYC offices.   Continue reading...

30/05/2018

NEW RULES CONCERNING THE “FINTECHS”

On April 26th, 2018, the Resolutions No. 4.656/2018 and 4.567/2018[1] were approved by the National Monetary Board (“CMN”), which shall rule companies that use intensive technology to supply products and financial services on the capital market (known as “Fintechs”), enabling greater legal security to such operations and creating conditions to reduce credit costs, as Fintechs […] Continue reading...