FGV and Stanford debate corporate governance challenges in Rio de Janeiro

Institucional
26 Junho 2013

FGV's Rio de Janeiro Law School (DIREITO RIO) promotes on August 21st the third edition of Director's College, in a partnership with the Standford Rock Center for Corporate Governance. The event - an initiative by the Standford Law School and Standford Graduate School of Business - has the purpose of debating corporate governance with advisors and executives from Brazilian companies.

 

The partnership with Standford to organize the Director's College is very important to FGV, since it reaffirms its role as an international reference in topics regarding Brazil. At the same time, FGV reaffirms its role in contributing to the thought of imperative agenda for the Brazilian development, states Cássio Cavalli, coordinator of the event along with professor Paula Spieler.

 

Standford professors and advisors, prominent jurists, academics and regulators in Brazil will debate corporate governance challenges, the evolution of capital markets, advisory boards of disperse and concentrated equity companies, and the role of institutional investors and private equity funds in corporate governance.

 

The director of FGV's Rio de Janeiro Law School, professor Joaquim Falcão, and the executive director of Rock Center Stanford University, Evan Epstein, will conduct the event's opening lecture. Representatives from BM&FBovespa, Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM) are among the lecturers, and professors Cássio Cavalli and Francisco Satiro, from FGV's São Paulo Law School, will be the moderators. 

 

The Stanford / FGV Director's College will take place from 7:30am to 5:30pm at FGV's headquarters in Rio de Janeiro - Brazil.

 

The event will be held in English with simultaneous translation into Portuguese.

 

For further information, enrollment and the complete program, click here (available only in Portuguese), or e-mail direitorio@fgv.br.

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