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Correspondent, Latin America
Caio Rinaldi is a correspondent based in São Paulo and covers competition, financial crime and data protection in Latin America. Previously, Caio has worked in some of Brazil’s biggest newsrooms, covering international affairs for Valor Econômico, a major Brazilian economics and business newspaper, and reporting on Brazilian macroeconomics and politics for century old Grupo Estado. He graduated from the Catholic Pontifical University of São Paulo and holds postgraduate degrees on Economics Journalism and Political Risk.
Selected Insights by Caio
After significant results in major investigations over the past decade, the anticorruption environment in Brazil faces big challenges.
The anti-corruption chapter in a trade agreement forged between the US and Brazil is a step in the right direction to curb transnational white-collar crime.
Framatome, SNC Lavalin, Rovsing Dynamics charged by prosecutors with corruption at Brazil's EletronuclearBrazilian federal prosecutors filed charges against international companies for their alleged involvement in a corruption scheme at Eletronuclear.
Petrochemical giant Braskem, a Petrobras-Odebrecht joint-venture, is the first company under a leniency deal in Brazil to have its compliance program certificated by independent auditors.