Globally, organizations are seeking answers for how sanctions impact their business and what they can do to pivot operations and maintain compliance. Jurisdictionally, there are a spectrum of repercussions as well—including in Brazil.

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While it may not be obvious as other regions, sanctions have had a significant effect on international trade for Brazilian companies, especially with the ongoing reverberations of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. In this article, Carlos Flavio Lopes and Snežana Gebauer discuss the consequences of sanctions on Brazilian companies and what they can do to protect themselves in an evolving landscape. Read more (in Portuguese).

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Snezana HS

Snežana Gebauer

Snežana Gebauer, a partner with StoneTurn, has 20 years of experience in managing complex international investigations for major law firms, Fortune 500 corporations, government agencies and sovereign nations.  She frequently […]

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Carlos Flavio Lopes

Carlos Flávio Lopes

Carlos Flávio Lopes, a Managing Director with StoneTurn, has over 10 years of experience in business intelligence and investigations in Brazil and Latin America. He regularly advises multinational corporations, sovereign […]

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