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QUARTERLY ECONOMIC – FINANCIAL DECLARATION OF THE BRAZILIAN CENTRAL BANK

We would like to inform you that December 31, 2017 is the deadline for submission of the quarterly economic-financial declaration of the Brazilian Central Bank, which is mandatory for Brazilian companies who on September 30, 2017 had assets or net equity equal to or higher than R$ 250 million (two hundred million Brazilian reais). The managers [...]

By | 27 November, 2017|Articles|0 Comments

Quarterly Economic-Financial declaration of the brazilian Central Bank

We would like to inform you that September 30, 2017, is the deadline for submission of the quarterly economic-financial declaration of the Brazilian Central Bank which is mandatory for Brazilian companies who on June 30, 2017, had assets or net equity equal to or higher than R$ 250 million (two hundred million Brazilian reais). The managers [...]

By | 19 September, 2017|Articles|0 Comments

Brazil’s Journey Towards International Fiscal Transparency – AHK Recht & Steuern Newsletter

The German-Brazil Chamber of Commerce and Industry (AHK) has published the 2nd edition of the "Recht & Steuern" Newsletter for 2017. In this edition, associates Marília Faustino, Flávio Fujita and Daniel Nocetti published an article about the journey Brazil is taking towards international fiscal transparency, especially regarding the Convention on Mutual Administrative Assistance in [...]

By | 6 June, 2017|Articles, Sem categoria|0 Comments

Zilveti Advogados is as supporter of the initiative “AHK Startups Connected”, by the Brazil-Germany Chamber of Commerce.

Following its support to the initiative "AHK Startups connected", organized by the Brazil-Germany Chamber of Commerce, Zilveti Advogados joined, on the 15th of February, the first Engagement Workshop and Group Meeting, together with other supporters, sponsors and startups who participate in the project. Representing Zilveti Advogados' Innovation Team, the associates Guilherme Novi and Flávio Fujita [...]

By | 21 February, 2017|Articles|0 Comments

Annual Declaration of Brazilian Capital Abroad 2017

We inform that the Central Bank of Brazil defined the period for submitting the statements of the Annual Census for Brazilian Capital Abroad regarding the fiscal year of 2016. This declaration must be submitted by any individual or corporate entities residing, domiciled or seated in Brazil who holds assets and money overseas (such as deposits [...]

By | 17 February, 2017|Articles|0 Comments

Tax consequences of the import of services by Brazilian entities from jurisdictions with double taxation treaties

To grow nowadays, a corporation must face the expansion of its business into many different countries as a multinational. As businesses around the world for multinational companies are more recurrent every year, several implications arise at every new country the multinational starts its business. Multinational companies often elect one jurisdiction to be responsible for the [...]

By | 12 December, 2016|Articles|0 Comments

Snowballed issues and regulatory hurdles stall critical imports at Brazilian doorways

The already known lengthy bureaucracy undertaken by regulated imports in Brazilian ports and airports has been causing visible damages to the Brazilian market and population. An understaffed health surveillance agency (ANVISA), the usage of outdated systems and processes and recurrent strikes by tax authorities, as well as an overwhelming demand combined with inefficient infrastructure are [...]

By | 18 November, 2016|Articles|0 Comments

News: acquisition of rural land in Brazil by foreigners

The long story about the acquisition of Brazil’s rural land by foreign companies or their subsidiaries moves on to a new chapter this week with Minister Marco Aurélio’s Supreme Court ruling suspending the effects of the decision from the Comptroller-General of Justice of the State of São Paulo that allowed such kind of acquisition. To [...]

By | 15 September, 2016|Articles|0 Comments

The Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency now allows the transfer of registries, certificates and authorizations in corporate and commercial operations.

The Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency (ANVISA) published new RDC rule, concerning all procedures for transferring ownerships of health surveillance registries for regulated products, as well as the general transfer of liability for clinical trials, and the updating of registry data regarding the companies’ health surveillance licenses and certifications, whenever a corporate or commercial operation occur. [...]

By | 2 September, 2016|Articles|0 Comments

The Integrity Programme as a tool for warding off sanctions

By | 12 January, 2016|Articles|0 Comments