BRICS representatives debate corporate compliance at event in Sao Paulo

The aim of the event is to present and debate anti-corruption policies in the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa).
Law
04 November 2019
BRICS representatives debate corporate compliance at event in Sao Paulo

On November 6, the FGV´s Sao Paulo Law School’s Anti-Corruption Study Group and Economic Criminal Law Teaching and Research Group will hold an event called “Corporate Compliance in the BRICS Countries.” The meeting will take place in the school’s auditorium at Rua Rocha, 233, lower level 2, Bela Vista, Sao Paulo. The aim is to present and debate anti-corruption policies in the BRICS countries (Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa).

The following professors from education institutions in all the BRICS countries are scheduled to participate: Zhiyuan Guo, of the College of Criminal Justice at China University of Political Science and Law; Tebello Thabane, of the University of Cape Town, South Africa; Eduard Ivanov, of the National Research University’s Higher School of Economics in Russia; and Vesselin Popovski, of Jindal Global University in India. Other participants will include Carolina Yumi Souza, of the Brazilian Federal Attorney General’s Office; and Marina Coelho Araujo, of law firm CAZ Advogados and the Sao Paulo Lawyers’ Association (IASP). The event will be moderated by professors Wanderley Fernandes and Paulo Dorón Rehder de Araujo, of the Sao Paulo Law School.

The event is taking place within the scope of the Corporate Compliance in the BRICS Countries research project, funded by the Brazilian government’s CAPES PrInt program. For more information and to sign up, click here.