Long seen as one of the most promising stories in the fight against corruption in Latin America, Brazil is going through a critical moment. The 2020 Capacity to Combat Corruption (CCC) Index, co-developed by AS/COA and Control Risks, shows that Brazil continues to demonstrate relatively solid anti-corruption credentials compared to others in the region. However, the country has experienced serious setbacks in the past year – from new questions regarding enforcement agencies’ independence under the Jair Bolsonaro administration to controversial judicial decisions – leading to a 10% drop in its overall score since 2019. Is Brazil facing temporary turbulence or a longer-term downward trajectory? How can these changes shape Brazil’s business and political environment? Join anti-corruption experts from Brazil in a conversation hosted by:
The program was livestreamed on this page on June 24 at 9:00 a.m. ET.
- Geert Aalbers, Partner, Control Risks @Control_Risks
- Marcelo Ribeiro de Oliveira, Federal Prosecutor
- Alana Rizzo, Advisor, Albright Stonebridge Group @ASG
- Roberto Simon, Senior Director and Head of the Anti-Corruption Working Group, AS/COA @robertosimon (moderator)
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