Brazil’s Entrance into OECD May Not Be as Easy as Government Claims

Experts say the requirements of compliance and combating financial crimes may be difficult for Brazil to achieve in the short term.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Although Brazil’s government has stated that it has made significant strides in complying with the requirements to be admitted into the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), some compliance experts say some of the requirements are not likely to be easy to meet.

“There are many requirements which haven’t been met yet, and some in the compliance and financial crimes segment will be pretty difficult to achieve,” director of compliance at ICTS Protiviti, Jefferson Kiyohara told The Rio Times.

According to Kiyohara, who is also a professor of ethics and compliance at FIA . . .

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