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Machado Meyer advised the issuer; Lobo de Rizzo advised the underwriters on the 13th issuance of debentures for public distribution, by Companhia Energética do Estado de Pernambuco – Neoenergia Pernambuco. The issue was...
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Agreement with BNDES creates compliance requirements for borrowers.
In addition to monitoring internal processes, companies must be aware of the conduct of third parties involved with their business.
CGU and AGU edit ordinance listing objective and measurable criteria to limit the power of authority in negotiations.
What changes in practice with Decree 11.129/22?
New rule applies to administrative accountability proceedings involving violations of the Anti-Corruption Act.
Recognition boosts credibility and values branding, but should be seen as a consequence of effective and effective integrity practices, not as a purpose in itself.
The professionals who work in the area of corporate integrity have raised great expectations regarding the beginning of the new federal government this year, especially regarding the performance of the new justice minister, former magistrate Sergio Moro, who became known for the judgments in the largest corporate corruption case in Brazil, Operation Carwash.
In September, the Ministry of Transparency and Comptroller-General of the Union (MTCGU) published the Practical Handbook for the Evaluation of Integrity Programs in the Administrative Accountability Procedure of Legal Entities (PAR). The document seeks to provide guidance and assurance for public servants with the Federal Executive Branch responsible for conducting the PAR, instituted by Law No. 12,846/2013 (the Anti-Corruption Law), especially members of the Administrative Accountability Procedure Committee (CPAR).
Law No. 12,846, also known as the Anti-Corruption Law, was enacted five years ago, on August 1[1]. Not only an important improvement in the legal framework to combat corruption, it has led to the strengthening of a culture of integrity and corporate governance in both private and state-owned companies.
The Ministry of Transparency, Supervision and Control (CGU) and the Federal Attorney General's Office (AGU) announced on July 11 a leniency agreement with UTC Engenharia, the second one signed under the terms of the Anti-Corruption Law (12,846/2013) and the only one in force in Brazil, signed by an internal control agency.

Competition compliance programs are part of the risk management systems of companies that are concerned with possible financial losses resulting from any noncompliance with the Competition Law (Law No. 12529/ 2011), such as fines imposed by the Administrative Council for Economic Defense (Cade), devaluation of shares, termination of contracts, and possible civil, administrative, and criminal liability of the company’s directors and officers.

Programas de compliance

Programas de compliance concorrencial fazem parte de sistemas de gestão de risco de empresas que se preocupam com as possíveis perdas econômicas decorrentes de um eventual descumprimento da Lei de Defesa da Concorrência (Lei nº 12.529/2011), como multas aplicadas pelo Conselho Administrativo de Defesa Econômica (Cade), desvalorização de ações, rescisão de contratos e a possível responsabilização de administradores nas esferas cível, administrativa e criminal.

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