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PVG introduces new Tax partner

We proudly announce Maurício Braga Chapinoti as our new partner at PVG. Maurício holds a bachelor degree in Law from Mackenzie University, a pos-graduate degree in Tax Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC – SP), and has earned his LL.M. in International Tax Law from the International Tax Center (ITC) of Leiden [...]

PVG introduces new Tax partner2019-06-06T17:05:53-03:00

PVG introduces a new partner in the Corporate and Business Structuring Area

We are delighted to announce the entrance of a new partner into the PVG team, Heloisa Ferreira Andrade Scaramucci. Heloisa has bachelor and post-graduate degrees in law from Mackenzie University and obtained a master’s degree (LL.M) cum laude in International and Comparative Law from the University of Notre Dame, in London. Heloisa started her career [...]

PVG introduces a new partner in the Corporate and Business Structuring Area2019-06-05T12:03:54-03:00

PVG announces new partner in its corporate and business structuring practice 

We are pleased to announce the arrival of our new partner, Ana Carolina de Salles Freire Gentil, who will be joining the PVG team. Ana Carolina holds bachelor degrees in Law from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC – SP) and Economics from Universidade de São Paulo (USP), and has completed the MIT Sloan [...]

PVG announces new partner in its corporate and business structuring practice 2019-04-04T15:01:13-03:00

The potential effects of the ruling proposal for fintech credit on securitization and alternative payment methods in Brazil

The Brazilian Central Bank (BACEN) has recently opened a public consultation for a new ruling that will regulate the fintech credit segment in Brazil (Public Consultation No. 55/2017). The proposal sets two new types of financial institutions, the direct credit company (Sociedade de Crédito Direto - SCD) and the peer-to-peer (P2P) lending company (Sociedade de [...]

The potential effects of the ruling proposal for fintech credit on securitization and alternative payment methods in Brazil2017-11-14T10:10:17-03:00

Arbitration and Brazilian Courts: Conflicts and Cooperation

Since the enactment of the Brazilian Arbitration Act (Law No. 9,307/1996), the Brazilian legal framework has undergone remarkable changes that helped improve and strengthen arbitration as an alternative method of dispute resolution. In 2002, the 1958 New York Convention came into force in Brazil, notably contributing to the development of arbitration in the country, particularly [...]

Arbitration and Brazilian Courts: Conflicts and Cooperation2017-11-14T10:06:22-03:00

Brazil’s Approach Towards The Exchange of Information

The globalization and internationalization of companies are phenomena that must be considered by today’s tax administrations. In many situations, such as tax evasion, harmful tax competition and money laundering, domestic statutes seem to be ineffective in a global dimension. To cope with these issues, new forms of regulations have emerged. In the past, fiscal policies [...]

Brazil’s Approach Towards The Exchange of Information2017-11-14T10:34:57-03:00