POSTPONED: Transparency: Exchanging Brazilian and British Best Practices to Fight Corruption

Please note this event has been postponed due our speaker being unable to make the trip to the UK.


Canning House and Lex Anglo-Brasil are delighted to host Gustavo Ungaro, President of the São Paulo State Internal Affairs Office (CGA), during his visit to London. Mr. Ungaro has kindly offered to deliver a presentation on the work of the CGA, especially now with the recently approved Brazilian anti-corruption law, and best practices from his experience in preventing corruption and improving efficiency within public sector organisations.The CGA of the State of São Paulo’s main objective is to protect the interests of the state, correcting administrative irregularities, and to improve its efficiency. The CGA promotes the principles of transparency and good governance and as such is the key agency in the prevention and combat of corruption across all administrative institutions across the state of São Paulo. CGA is the lead in the implementation of Brazil’s anti-corruption Law in São Paulo, Brazil’s business centre. Gustavo Ungaro is a lawyer and has held various senior positions in government at both state and federal level.The event will be chaired by Frederico Singarajah, Secretary of Lex Anglo-Brasil. Frederico is a Barrister and is the first and currently only native Brazilian practising at the Bar.

This event is aimed at businesses operating or considering investing in Brazil, public sector officials, professional services representatives and academics.

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