Brazil Bolsters Anti-Corruption Push with New Bill as Corporate Compliance Risks Rise Globally

Association of Certified Financial Crime Specialists website (ACFCS.org)
04.30.13
In this article, Matteson Ellis discusses the Clean Companies Act, the recent bill approved by a special committee of the Brazilian House of Representatives that overhauls the laws targeting bribery and other corruption. While the bill is a significant step forward for Brazil's anti-corruption laws, it may not be enough to meet their obligations under the Anti-Bribery Convention of the OECD.
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