On October 18th we organized Fintechs: Operations with Direct Credit Societies (SCD) investment fund on credit rights (FIDC). To talk about the topic, we welcomed lawyers Olavo Guarnieri and Amauri de Oliveira, partners at Oliveira Paolucci Advogados, both specialists in Agribusiness, Financial and Capital Markets.
At this meeting, we addressed the legal issues (constitution rules and Brazil’s Central Bank BACEN standards) related to the “Sociedade de Crédito Direto” (SCD), a type of Fintech widely used for credit operations through an electronic platform, and the models of operations in which SCD operates in conjunction with a FIDC, allowing better leverage.
On November 21st SwedCham’s Legal and Business Committee organized another event about: IMPROVIDENTIAL TALES: and the future has arrived ! The keynote speaker was Juliana Paula Silva Moretto who lived in Sweden for a year, where she studied and learned a lot about the culture and language of that country.
Back in Brazil, she graduated in Law and years later joined the Federal Court, where she has worked for many years. In the last decade she has handled and advised on legal proceedings involving social security issues of the most varied types, which demonstrate the lack of foresight and/or prudence in relation to the future, which reaches people and finds them with totally or partially empty hands, causing immense difficulties for the insured and their families.
Inspired by her day-to-day work and attentive to the peculiarities that exist between Brazil and Sweden, she wrote the book “Contos Imprevidentiários: e o Futuro Chegou”, which deals with the improvidence of many characters and the dramas they experienced, at the same time as invites the reader to reflect on the social challenges brought about by the imposition of demography here and there.
Juliana Paula Silva Moretto works as a Judicial Analyst at the Federal Regional Court of the 4th Region. She has also served at the Court of Justice of Santa Catarina and the Regional Labor Court of the 12th Region. In addition, she has completed internships at the Children and Youth Court and the State Penitentiary of Santa Catarina. Married and mother of two boys, she has also been a volunteer contributor to the Logosófica Foundation for Human Overcoming for two decades.
Renato Pacheco e Silva Bacellar Neto is partner at Pacheco Neto Sanden Teisseire Law Firm.