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U.S. and Brazil – A Discussion of Issues in Compliance

Friday, November 17, 2017
8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Fordham Law School
150 West 62nd Street
New York, NY 10023
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Join us for a discussion of anti-bribery/corruption and other topics related to corporate compliance in which experts from Brazil and the U.S. will share some of the common themes, lessons learned and areas of focus coming out of investigations, enforcement and legislation in these two jurisdictions as well as globally.

Speakers:
Bruno Barata – Practicing attorney in Brazil, a specialist in white- collar crime and Chair of the International Relations Commission of the Brazilian Bar Association – Rio de Janeiro Chapter

 
Odilon Castello Borges Neto – Legal Manager South America at TechnipFMC, an oil and gas company
 
Renato Cirne – Head of Legal and Compliance for FSB Comunicação, the largest PR agency in Latin America and member of two committees of the Brazilian Bar Association: Anti-Bribery and Compliance and International Affairs
 
Luke Brussel – Former head of anti-bribery and corruption compliance at GE Capital and First Data, as well as former CCO at Cengage Learning and currently doing work with Transparency International
 
AJ Bosco – Former DA and current principal at StoneTurn where he is responsible for advising financial services clients with a particular concentration on internal investigations, monitorships, and assessing and remediating compliance risks
Room 4-02 (4th floor)