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Anderson Jardim D’Avila

Anderson Jardim D’Avila
55 11 3147 2608 anderson.davila@mattosfilho.com.br São Paulo – Paulista

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Experiência

Atua em assuntos societários, operações de fusões e aquisições e joint ventures envolvendo clientes nacionais e estrangeiros, incluindo companhias abertas e fundos de private equity. Além disso, dedica-se a assuntos de governança corporativa, reorganizações societárias e contratos comerciais. Atuou como advogado internacional no escritório Slaughter and May (Londres, UK).

Formação

Bacharelado em Direito – Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul (PUC-RS);

Especialização em Direito Empresarial – Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS);

Especialização em Direito Internacional Privado – The Hague Academy of International Law, Holanda;

LL.M – University of Virginia School of Law, EUA.

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Nace en Brasil la primera compañía de programas de fidelización del sector retail

​Compañía Brasileña de Distribución, que opera bajo el nombre de Grupo Pão de Acúcar (GPA), una compañía minorista del sector alimentos, y Raia Drogasil, una empresa del sector farmacéutico, constituyeron la empresa conjunta Stix Fidelidade para el mercado de programas de lealtad. Los términos económicos de la operación no fueron revelados. Acceda al articulo en LexLatin

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Provisional Measure authorizes the increase of foreign ownership in Brazilian airlines

​On December 13, 2018, Provisional Measure No. 863 (“PM“) was published in the official gazette, amending Federal Law No. 7,565/1986 (the “Brazilian Aeronautics Code“) and eliminating the limit for foreign ownership in companies holding concessions for public aviation services. Prior to publication of the PM, the maximum equity ownership by foreign companies was limited to 20% per cent. of the voting capital of such companies (Article 181, section II of the Brazilian Aeronautics Code, now revoked). 

Pursuant to the PM, a concession or authorization to provide public aviation services may be granted to any entity constituted under Brazilian law, with headquarters and administration located in Brazil and with no restrictions as to its corporate type, division of capital or administration.

Furthermore, the PM also revokes provisions that required authorization from ANAC (the National Civil Aviation Agency) for certain corporate transactions, such as, a transfer of 2% of the corporate capital of companies holding concessions for public aviation services (Article 185, Paragraph 2, Sections II and III of the Brazilian Aeronautics Code, also revoked by the PM).

The PM, which eases the entry of international investors into the Brazilian aviation market will remain in effect for 60 days, renewable for another 60-day period. In order not to lose its effectiveness, the PM must be converted into law following approval by both the Chamber of Deputies and the Senate, and, after that, should there be modifications to its original text by the Congress, the PM must be submitted to the President for approval.

Finally, please note that on March 1, 2016, the Presidency approved Provisional Measure No. 714, which increased from 20% to 49% the limit for foreign ownership in Brazilian aviation companies. However, these changes were vetoed at the time and not incorporated into the Brazilian legal system.

The PM, in Portuguese only, is available in electronic format and can be accessed through this link.

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