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Standardization of accounting disclosure of sustainability assets
Central Bank establishes a new instruction on the provision of information by financial institutions
Electronic Apostilling Process in Brazil
Creation of the Electronic Apostille System (Apostil) will allow documents to be processed electronically and quickly through a national platform.
Regulatory capital of health plan operators
ANS opens public consultation on the subject to consider the risks to which the regulated entities are subject.
Susep opens public consultation on global assignment limit
Draft consolidates standards that also address reinsurance and retrocession operations and their brokerage, coinsurance, operations in foreign currency, and insurance contracts abroad.
Securities Advisor registration System
REGCON, launched by cvm, enables the automatic granting of the application for accreditation.
Certificates of Receivables and Restricted Public Offering
Brazilian Securities Commission issues a resolution to allow these securities to be offered publicly, with automatic exemption from registration, to restricted groups of professional investors.
Legal Framework of Securitizations
Comments on the adoption of Law 14.430/22, which unifies the rules on securitization.
Census of Foreign Capital in Brazil
The Census of Foreign Capital in Brazil aims to compile statistics on the external sector, especially the International Investment Position, to subsidize the development of the economic policy and support the activities of the economic researchers and international agencies.
Securitization Legal Framework expands use of credit rights as ballast of receivables certificates
Marco unifies the rules on the sector and allows the use of any credit rights as ballast of the certificates of receivables.
Copyright investment in Brazil: what do you need to know?
Platforms streaming have made the copyright receivables chain safer, and help reduce piracy and provide information and data on the potential profitability of assets.
Main changes brought about by the New Law on Foreign Exchange
In force from December 30 of this year, Law 14.286/21 establishes a new legal framework for foreign exchange in Brazil, which tends to reduce barriers to exports and imports and promote productive investments and the free movement of capital. Check out the main changes.
CMN standard that comes into force in January opens new perspectives for the derivatives market cross-border
Resolution 4,948 of the National Monetary Council brings changes to financial institutions and legal and physical entities that contract derivative transactions with a foreign contraparta.