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This is a reminder that 30 September 2021 is the legal deadline for companies that receive foreign investment and that have assets or equity exceeding BRL 250 million to comply with the Declaration of Economic and Financial Information by submitting their financial data related to the base-date of 30 June 2021 in the Central Bank’s System, as per Resolution No. 3,844 of 23 March 2010 of the Brazilian National Monetary Council and Circular No. 3,814 of 7 December 2016 of the Central Bank.

If you require our assistance with this, we will need to receive the requested documents and information no later than 28 September 2021, to ensure that we will be able to meet the deadline.

Click here to read the alert in Portuguese.

*In cooperation with Trench Rossi Watanabe, a Brazilian law firm.


Luís Alberto Laboissière Ambrósio has more than 25 years of experience in financial law. He joined the Firm in 2015. He is a partner of the Corporate and Finance practice group. His work and expertise are focused on debt, both local and international. He has a wide breadth of experience in bank financing operations, capital market, project finance and debt restructuring, having participated in high profile cases. He was the main legal advisor of Bank of America, the largest financial creditor in the Parmalat's judicial recovery, which established several legal precedents, as well as for the International Finance Corporation - IFC, in respect of the first offer of debt securities in the Brazilian capital market by a multilateral organization. Luis Ambrósio frequently represents financial institutions and corporate clients in highly complex financial transactions.


Rafael Rahal Disposti joined the Firm in 2020. He integrates the Transactional practice group, acting with a focus on capital markets and M&A. Rafael has a wide breadth of experience in the advising banks and other financial institutions, multinational companies, portfolio managers, investment fund managers, public and private companies, investment and private equity funds and other investors in financing and banking law transactions, including local and international capital market debt operations, mergers and acquisitions, as well as the constitution of several investment funds.


Carolina Takatsu joined the Firm in 2019. She integrates the Corporate & Finance practice group, with focus on drafting contracts, acts, guarantees and financial instruments in the areas of banking and capital markets. Carolina Takatsu has a wide breadth of experience operating with debt capital market operations, financing operations, including in exportation and importation, having worked with financial institutions and companies, both Brazilian and foreign. She also assists studies involving banking and financial subjects, structuring of investment fund regulations, contract analysis, as well as in regulatory aspects of foreign direct investments and foreign direct loans.

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