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Fintech & Law Program

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Fintech & Law Program

About the program

The 2nd edition of the FinTech & Law Program examines new business models created by disruptive innovation and its regulatory framework within the Brazilian and the international financial systems and insurance markets.

This online short course covers real practical issues and provides participants with an understanding of key legal and regulatory challenges, as well as opportunities provided by the FinTech transformation.

This Program is an initiative of Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) hold through its Law Schools (FGV Direito Rio/FGV Direito SP) and its International Affairs Division.

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Who should attend

This open enrollment program is designed for anyone interested in exploring the legal and regulatory framework around financial technologies activities and ventures, especially:

  • Executives who work at banks, asset management firms, insurance companies, payments companies or other types of financial services firms;
  • Entrepreneurs who have launched—or plan to launch—startups that aim to disrupt key areas of financial markets;
  • Individuals who work in areas or industries that are relevant to capital markets and financial services, such as real estate (including property technology innovation and REITs), technology, computer and data scientists, and engineering.

Key benefits
  • Understanding of the FinTech industry and regulation in Brazil and the world.
  • Become acquainted with the forces that are disrupting the insurance industry worldwide.
  • Learn more about the benefits and opportunities of Open Banking and Open Finance.
  • Understanding of the regulatory sandbox framework and how it can foster innovation in the financial sector.
  • Network with like-minded professionals, business and financial decision makers.
  • Insights from industry experts who will share their experiences and knowledge throughout the Program.
  • Digital Certificate of Attendance from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV).
  • Live interactive activities between groups from different backgrounds and nationalities moderated by a FGV tutor.

Key topics


• Relationship between Incumbents and Fintechs: Global Overview
June 1st          Video class with professor Bruno Salama - FGV Direito SP 
June 2nd         Live session – 10 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. (BRT) or 8 p.m. to 9:40 p.m. (BRT)

                        Vicente Piccoli Braga - FGV Direito SP
June 3rd          Video lecture with the experts Aline Menezes - UBS AG group,

                        Burkhard Schafer - Professor at the University of Edinburgh and
                        Rui Fernando Ramos - Deutsche Bank S.A.

Financial service providers do mostly four things: they lend (intermediation), they sell investment products, they make payments, and they create money. Up until recently, these four activities used to be carried out mostly by traditional players, such as banks, broker-dealers and major payment processing networks. Changes in technology, politics and law have created the conditions for technologically savvy entrants and other players to challenge the dominance of established players. This session will provide an overview of the dispute between incumbents and entrants and highlight some of the most pressing legal and political issues currently being debated.

WEEK 2  

• Insurtechs: Impact on the Insurance Industry 

June 8th           Video class with professor Ilan Goldberg - FGV Direito Rio
June 9th           Live session – 10 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. (BRT) or 8 p.m. to 9:40 p.m. (BRT)

                         Thiago Junqueira - FGV Direito Rio
June 10th         Video lecture with the experts Eduardo Fraga Lima de Melo - Brazilian Federal
                         Private Insurance Agency (SUSEP) and Margarida Lima Rego - Universidade Nova de Lisboa 

National System of Private Insurance. Players, duties, rights and obligations. National Council of Private Insurance – CNSP, Superintendency of Private Insurance – SUSEP, insurers, reinsurers, brokers. Insurance regulation – past, present and future. Perspectives. Insurtechs in Brazil. SUSEP’s regulatory sandbox. What we do have now and future steps. Role of the brokers within this new arena.


• Data Portability and Open Finance 

June 15th         Video class with professor Alexandre Pacheco - FGV Direito SP
June 16th         Live session – 10 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. (BRT) or 8 p.m. to 9:40 p.m. (BRT)
                         Miguel Carneiro - FGV Direito SP
June 17th         Video lecture with the experts Mariana Cunha e Melo - QUANTO and
                         Anton Didenko - Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW - Sydney)

Understanding innovation in financial markets today is to comprehend the dynamics of data processing in an increasingly digital economy. As economic activity moves online, it produces an increasingly long trail of data, which companies all around the globe are interested in exploring to reshape their products and services. Data analysis to predict customer behavior is one of several trends that has been transforming financial markets. This field has been called "open finance", the studies that explore the new possibilities and challenges of data sharing and third-party access to a wider range of financial sectors and products. From a legal perspective, open finance brings challenges in structuring privacy concerns (e.g. data breaches), governance structures (e.g. data portability), consumer protection (e.g. access to information) and a responsibility model for the agents. This session will explore: (i) the concept of open finance and its implications for the legal field; (ii) the economics of data and the notion of value in financial markets; (iii) data portability and data processing in financial operations; and (iv) the limits of personal data processing in the financial markets. The aforementioned topics will be addressed from various perspectives highlighting the recent European discussion on creating a strategy on open innovation, going through debates in Brazil about open banking and innovation in financial markets, reaching open finance debates in Asian countries about open finance.


• Market and social impact of Open Banking and Instant Payment 

June 22nd        Video class with Nicolo Zingales - FGV Direito Rio 
June 23rd         Live session – 10 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. (BRT) or 8 p.m. to 9:40 p.m. (BRT)
                         Diogo Kastrup Richter - FGV Direito Rio
June 24th         Video lecture with the experts Argyri Panezi - IE Law School and Stanford University,
                         Laura Valentina Natera - InterAmerican Development Bank and
                         Jairo Saddi - Lawyer, arbitrator and legal expert

The increasing digitalization of commerce, along with the advent of the fourth industrial revolution, has triggered new forms of financial regulation to enable consumers to tap on the potential of these technologies in order to benefit from innovative and more competitive services. These services, characterized by greater reliance on digital infrastructure and enhanced capabilities for data-driven decisions, allow new market forces to disintermediate consumers from incumbent banks and financial institutions. In addition to drawing the economic impact that this can have for consumers, market participants and the financial system as a whole, this lecture aims to elucidate the foreseeable consequences that regulations like open banking and instant payment can have for society, especially on privacy, identity management and responsible consumption.


• WEBINAR Regulatory Sandbox 
July 1st at 5 p.m. (BRT) – Live webinar with experts
Carlos Eduardo de Almeida – Central Bank of Brazil

Armando Castelar – FGV IBRE/FGV Direito Rio
Solange Paiva Vieira – Brazilian Federal Private Insurance Agency (SUSEP)

The accelerated growth of FinTechs in Brazil is creating challenges and opportunities and the organizations need to navigate the complexities of this new regulatory environment. In this closing session, a representative of the Central Bank of Brazil, alongside with the Brazilian Institute of Economics Coordinator and the Superintendent of SUSEP will present one of the most common concepts in the FinTech world: regulatory sandbox (testing grounds for new business models and technologies, with real consumers) and the practical aspects and guidelines for implementing and operating this framework in Brazil.

Program format
  • Total course workload of 30 hours
  • 4 video classes with FGV professors
  • 4 live interactive activities moderated by FGV tutors - 2 schedule options available: On Wednesdays at 10 a.m. to 11:40 a.m. (BRT) or 8 p.m. to 9:40 p.m. (BRT)
  • 4 video lectures with industry experts
  • All classes will be taught in English
  • 1 live webinar with two Brazilian national authorities and a FGV specialist as the Program's closing session

Course conveners

FGV Faculty


Alexandre P. da Silva - FGV Direito SP

Alexandre Pacheco da Silva is a Professor at FGV Direito SP, a law school of Fundação Getulio Vargas. His areas of expertise include intellectual property, data protection, digital law, among others. He coordinates researches about legal and new technologies at the Innovation Research and Teaching Center of FGV Law School. Alexandre has worked several years with technology-intensive and startups companies’ incubators, mapping the legal hurdles that might become impediment for their development and elaborating an agenda to promote the dynamization of Brazil’s innovation ecosystem.

Bruno Salama - FGV Direito SP

Bruno Meyerhof Salama is a Lecturer at UC Berkeley Law School and a Senior Global Fellow at FGV Law School in São Paulo, where he previously served as a Law Professor. He has practiced law in New York with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP and in São Paulo with Pinheiro Neto Advogados and is admitted before the New York State and the Brazilian Bars. He has been a Visiting Professor at Columbia University Law School and at Beijing Jiaotong University Law School in China, as well as a Visiting Researcher at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Hamburg. He has also been a member of the Brazilian National Financial System Appeals Council (CRSFN). He is a founding partner of Salama Silva Filho Advogados, a Brazilian law firm and a member of the B3 Market Arbitration Chamber (CAM-B3). He holds a J.S.D and an LL.M from UC Berkeley Law School, a Master’s in Economics from the FGV School of Economics at São Paulo, and a Bachelor’s in Law from the University of São Paulo. Bruno Salamas has been also a Technical Witness in commercial disputes in Brazil, the US, England, and France.

Ilan Goldberg - FGV Direito Rio

Ilan Goldberg holds a Ph.D. in Civil Law from the Rio de Janeiro State University and a Master’s in Regulation and Competition from the Cândido Mendes University. Postgraduate in Business Law from Ibmec. Guest Professor at the School of Magistrates of the State of Rio de Janeiro, at the Business and Insurance School, and, at the Getulio Vargas Foundation Law School (FGV Direito Rio). Lawyer and legal opinion expert, partner at Chalfin, Goldberg & Vainboim Associated Lawyers.

Nicolo Zingales - FGV Direito Rio

Nicolo Zingales is a Professor at FGV Direito Rio where he teaches Law and Information Regulation. He coordinates the E-commerce Research Center, and researches the roles and responsibilities of digital platforms and other intermediaries in the digital ecosystem. Professor Zingales has published numerous articles concerning competition law, the liability of intermediaries, Internet governance and personal data protection. His most recent publication was ‘Platform value(s): A multidimensional framework for online responsibility’ (2020), published by the Computer Security & Law Review. He is the founder and co-coordinator of the Coalition on Responsibility for Internet Governance Forum Platforms, a founding member of MyData Organization and leader of its Brazilian Hub. He is also affiliated with the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology and Society, and the Tilburg Law and Economics Center.

Miguel Carneiro - FGV Direito SP

Miguel Lima Carneiro is a Legal Assistant at TozziniFreire Advogados and is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s in Law at Fundação Getúlio Vargas. He was Co-Founder and Coordinator of the Law and Technology Studies Group at FGV Law School and President of FGVTech, a student association that focuses on studying of new technologies and their impacts on the corporate world and society. His main fields of interest are protection of personal data and intellectual property in the business field.

Vicente Piccoli Braga - FGV Direito SP

Vicente Braga holds a Ph.D. in Commercial Law from the University of São Paulo (USP) and a Master’s degree in Law and Development from the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV). He has over 10 years of experience in financial regulation having previously worked for distinguished entities such as the Federal Public Prosecution Service (MPF), ANBIMA, the Brazilian National Financial System Appeals Council (CRSFN), Fundo Garantidor de Créditos (the Brazilian deposit insurer) and B3 (the Brazilian stock exchange). He is a partner at FAS Advogados, where he leads the Banking, Payments and Fintechs practice.

Diogo Kastrup Richter - FGV Direito Rio

Diogo Richter is currently pursuing a Master's in Economic Law and Development at the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUCPR), where he is a CAPES / PROEX fellow. Specialist in Tax Law from the Brazilian Institute of Tax Studies (IBET), he holds a Bachelor's in Law from the PUCPR, with a period of study at the University of Zaragoza (UNIZAR/Spain) as a Santander Universities fellow. Member of the Group of Studies in Law Economic Analysis (GRAED/PUCPR) and Member of the Center for Advanced Studies in International Law and Sustainable Development (NEADI/PUCPR). Lawyer with experience in corporate law, regulation of payment methods, fintech, e-commerce, and protection of personal data. Currently, he works as a Regulatory Affairs Advisor at EBANX. He is also a Member of the International Juridical Association Millennium (UNIZAR) and a Member of the Brazilian Bar Association Innovation and Management Commission in Paraná.

Thiago Junqueira - FGV Direito Rio

Thiago Junqueira holds a Ph.D. in Civil Law from the Rio de Janeiro State University and a Master’s in Civil Law Sciences from the University of Coimbra. Visiting Researcher at the Max-Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law (Hamburg - Germany). Professor of ICDS - Connect Institute of Social Law and of the School of Business and Insurance. Director of International Relations of the Brazilian Academy of Civil Law. Lawyer and Legal Advisor, Partner of Chalfin, Goldberg & Vainboim Associated Lawyers.


Guest Experts

Aline Menezes - Legal Director at UBS AG group in Brazil

Aline Menezes is the Legal Director of UBS AG group in Brazil. She holds a Bachelor's (1997) and a Master’s in Law from the University of São Paulo (2003). She is a member of the B3 Market Supervisory Board (BSM). She has been Chief of Staff, Advisor to the Presidency and Superintendent of Market Development at the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil (CVM), and partner at Trindade - Sociedade de Advogados (TSA). Aline has worked as a senior lawyer at TozziniFreire Advogados and has published several papers in national and international journals.

Anton Didenko - Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW - Sydney)

Dr. Anton Didenko is a Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney) specialising in banking and finance law, with a focus on FinTech, RegTech and cybersecurity. He is a Russian qualified lawyer with over 10 years of experience as in-house counsel for major commercial banks in Moscow and as senior associate at a law firm in London. His experience covers advising on banking regulations and legislation applicable to financial intermediaries, as well as a wide range of financing transactions. Anton also specialises in the area of secured transactions law and transnational commercial law: he is the author of a monograph on the documentary history of the Cape Town Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the general editor of the Cape Town Convention Journal. Anton holds several law degrees from Russia and the UK, including a Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Oxford.  

Argyri Panezi - Assistant Professor at IE Law School and Research Fellow at Stanford University

Dr. Argyri Panezi is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Digital Civil Society Lab and Assistant Professor of Law and Technology at IE University. She received her LL.B from the University of Athens, her LL.M from Harvard Law School, and her Ph.D. from the European University Institute in Florence. Before her doctoral studies, she practiced competition law in a private law firm in Brussels. In 2014, she was a visiting scholar at the Berkeley School of Law, where she explored sustainable models for creating academic digital libraries. In 2016-17, she was a Global Fellow at the New York University School of Law, affiliated with the Engelberg Center on Innovation Law and Policy. During her doctoral and postdoctoral studies, she has advised libraries on contracts and e-licenses and has taught courses in IP law and digital humanities. She specializes in Internet law and policy, intellectual property law, with an emphasis on digital copyright, as well as data protection, intellectual goods management, and law and economics. Ultimately, her work aspires to illuminate the effects that algorithmic speed and AI might have on domains such as labor and consider policy responses to scenarios of technology dystopia.

Armando Castelar - Coordinator at the Brazilian Institute of Economics – FGV IBRE and professor at FGV Direito Rio

Armando Castelar is currently the Coordinator of Applied Economic Research at the Brazilian Institute of Economics (FGV IBRE), Professor at FGV's Law School (FGV Direito Rio), Adjunct Professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, member of the Advisory Board of the Brazilian Society for the Study of Transnational Companies, member of the Higher Council of Economics of the Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo, and columnist for major Brazilian media (Valor Econômico and Correio Braziliense). He was Head of the Economics Department of the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) for eight years and has experience in Economics, with an emphasis on International Economics, mainly researching the following topics: Growth, Institutions, the Judiciary and Economics, Privatizations, and Infrastructure. He holds a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California (1989), a Master’s in Administration from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1983), a Master’s in Mathematics from the National Institute of Applied Mathmatics (1981), and a Bachelor's in Electronic Engineering from the Brazilian Air Force Institute of Technology (ITA) (1977).

Burkhard Schafer - Professor at the University of Edinburgh

Dr. Burkhard Schafer is a Professor of Computational Legal Theory at Edinburgh Law School. Currently, he is the Director of the SCRIPT Centre in IT and IP law, and Co-Director and Co-Founder of the Joseph Bell Centre for Legal Reasoning and Forensic Statistics. His main field of interest is the interaction between law and technology, which includes perspectives from legal tech and legal KR to technology regulation. He is a member of the Data Ethics Group of the Turing Institute and the AI4People expert committee at Atomium, in Brussels. His current research interest is in particular the question of affective computing and computational creativity when allied to legal AI. Burkhard Schafer is also a member of the legal technologist accreditation panel of the Law Society of Scotland and has recently been involved with several organizations that promote the exchange between computer science and law, such as the German Association for Informatics, the British Irish Law Education and Technology Association (BILETA), and the Evidence and Investigation network of the Scottish Institute for Policing Research.

Carlos Eduardo de Almeida - Advisor at the Licensing and Resolution Board of the Central Bank of Brazil 

Carlos Eduardo de Almeida is an Advisor at the Licensing and Resolution Board of the Central Bank of Brazil. He is concluding a Ph.D. and holds a Master degree in Economics from the Catholic University of Brasilia, a Specialization in Econometrics and Quantitative Finance by the same University and, a Bachelor’s in Economics from the State University of Campinas. Previously, Mr. Almeida has been head of the Resolution Regimes Division and analyst in the Department of Extrajudicial Liquidations at the Central Bank of Brazil, accumulating 15 years of experience in the institution. 

Eduardo Fraga Lima de Melo - Director at the Brazilian Federal Private Insurance Agency (SUSEP)

Eduardo Melo is a Director at the Brazilian Federal Private Insurance Agency (SUSEP). He holds a Ph.D. from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (COPPEAD/UFRJ), doing research in the areas of Finances, Stochastic Modeling, and Actuarial Science. Ph.D. Visitant at Cass Business School - London/UK. He holds a Master’s in Finances from COPPEAD/UFRJ and a Bachelor’s in Actuarial Science from the Mathematics Institute of UFRJ (IM/UFRJ), with distinction of Magna Cum Laude. Associate Professor of Actuarial Science and Finances at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) and in postgraduate courses in Rio de Janeiro and other states. He led the implementation of IAIS' and Solvency II's regulation and supervision solvency principles in the Brazilian insurance and pension market. SUSEP's solvency regulation received a degree of equivalence with Solvency II due to this work. Eduardo has published several national and international papers and books in the areas of solvency, stochastic risk modeling, actuarial science, risk management, and pricing. He has been referee and reviewer of scientific papers in national and international journals of Finances and Actuarial Science. Eduardo has received numerous awards and research grants for his work, both nationally and internationally.

Jairo Saddi - Lawyer, arbitrator and legal expert

Jairo Saddi is a Lawyer, Arbitrator and legal expert. He holds a Post-Doctorate from the Oxford University, a Ph.D. in Economic Law from the University of São Paulo and, a Bachelor’s in Law from the University of São Paulo. He also holds a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas. Jairo Saddi is currently a Member of the Board of Directors of Banco Votorantim S/A, member of the Curator Council of Fundação Padre Anchieta (TV Cultura) and, member of the Board of NEASF - Center for Advanced Studies of the Financial System at Fundação Getulio Vargas - RJ. He is also the Chief Financial Officer of Instituto dos Advogados de São Paulo (IASP) (Management 2019-2022). Previously Mr. Saddi was Counselor, Vice-President, and Chairman of the Board of Directors of FGC - Credit Guarantee Fund (Management 2013-2018). He has been Financial Director of IASP (2012-2015 Management) and Chairman of the Banking Law Commission of the same Institute and a member of the Commission of Jurists of the Federal Senate for the Commercial Code Reform and Vice-President of IBEF - Institute of Financial Executives of São Paulo. Besides that, he is the author of several works on the economy’s subject, a monthly columnist for the newspaper Valor Econômico and author of several articles in the press and specialized magazines. 

Laura Valentina Natera - Research Fellow and Operations Advisor at the InterAmerican Development Bank

Laura Valentina is a Research Fellow and Operations Advisor at the Innovation Lab (IDB Lab) of the Inter-American Development Bank. She holds a Bachelor’s in Economics from Oxford Brookes University as well as a Masters's in Law and Technology from IE Business School. Her background includes a variety of roles within the last five years, all involving Diversity and Inclusion financial analysis, gender investment advisory, portfolio management, creation of gender knowledge products, capacity building design, market research, and client relationship in institutions such as Banco Activo (Venezuela), Council of Hemispheric Affairs (U.S.) Express Tax (Australia) and Prime Research (U.K.). In 2016, she worked as Diversity and Inclusion Data Lead at the University of Oxford. Following this, Laura collaborated at the Oxford Brookes University for a year as Diversity and Innovation Research Fellow. Laura Valentina has recently written the paper "Fintech for All: The Role of FinTech Regulation in creating opportunities for women STEMpreneurs and the unbanked in Brazil”, which analyses the significance of the FinTech Regulatory reform and its potential positive impact in the Brazilian scenario.

Margarida Lima Rego - Associate Professor and Deputy Dean at Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Margarida Lima Rego is an Associate Professor and Deputy Dean at Nova University Law School. She is the coordinator of the Master in Law and Financial Markets Program and of the Ph.D. in Law Program at NOVA School of Law. Currently, she teaches the subjects of Law of Obligations (LL.B.), Insurance Law (LL.M.), and Scientific Publication (Ph.D.). As an academic, she has taught and published on a wide range of private law topics, with a special focus on contract law. Her main practice areas are civil and commercial law. Previously, she was also an Of Counsel at Morais Leitão, where she coordinated the transversal group of insurance, reinsurance, and pension funds. She has left the firm in July 2019 to fully dedicate herself to the academic career. As a lawyer, she was signed to the Portuguese Bar Association between 2002 and 2019. Ms. Rego regularly advised national and international clients, from the public and private sectors, in the granting and implementation of various commercial operations and in the composition and negotiation of various contracts, with a special focus on the insurance sector. As a legal consultant, she is regularly consulted on matters of Portuguese and Lusophone Law, contributing to the resolution of disputes before the courts of several jurisdictions. Besides that, Margarida Lima Rego is President of AIDA Portugal, member of the Executive Committee and Scientific Council of AIDA Europe, and of the Presidential Council of AIDA World. She is also President of the Portuguese section of the Commercial Law and Practice Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce.  

Mariana Cunha e Melo - Strategy & Regulation Director at QUANTO

Mariana Cunha e Melo is a Strategy & Regulation Director at QUANTO, a leading open banking platform in Brazil. She holds a Bachelor’s in Law from the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), a LL.M from the New York University, and is pursuing a Ph.D. in Law at the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ), under the supervision of the Justice of the Brazilian Federal Supreme Court (STF) Luís Roberto Barroso. Author of several books and articles published in Brazil and abroad on freedom of expression regulation and public policy. She has worked as a Public Policy Manager at Nubank and as a Strategic Litigation Manager at Barroso Fonteles, Barcellos, Mendonça e Associados (BFBM). She has also worked as a Researcher at the Brazilian Center for Constitutional Studies (UNICEUB) and the Institute for Technology & Society (ITS) in Rio de Janeiro.

Rui Fernando Ramos - Head of the Legal and Compliance Department of Deutsche Bank S.A. in Brazil

Rui Fernando Ramos Alves is a lawyer. He holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) from the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a Bachelor’s from the University of São Paulo Law School. Rui Fernando is the head of the Legal and Compliance Department of Deutsche Bank S.A. - São Paulo, Brazil; a Member of the National Financial System Council of Appeals, indicated by Febraban – Brazilian Federation of Banks; and a Member of the Board of Directors of Galgo Sistemas de Informações S.A. and Multiprev – Fundo Múltiplo de Pensão. He is also a Certified Counselor of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance – IBGC; a Coordinator of the Comission of Financial Markets Law of Ibrademp – Brazilian Institute of Business Law; and a Former Chairman of the Legal Committee of the Brazilian Association of International Banks – ABBI and of Anbima – Brazilian Association of Financial and Capital Markets Entities.

Solange Paiva Vieira - Superintendent of the Brazilian Federal Private Insurance Agency (SUSEP)

Solange Paiva Vieira is the Superintendent of the Brazilian Federal Private Insurance Agency (SUSEP). She was director-president of the National Civil Aviation Agency (ANAC) and was considered one of the 100 most influential Brazilians in 2009 by Época magazine. Solange holds a Bachelor’s in Economics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), a Postgraduate degree in Accounting Sciences, and a Master’s in Economics from Fundação Getulio Vargas.  Previously, she served in various positions at the The National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES), such as Director-President of the institution's Workers’ Social Security and Assistance Fund and Chief of Staff of the Presidency. She was also Director of Project Finance at Itaú (2011-2012) and Economic Advisor to the Presidency of the Supreme Federal Court (STF). Ms. Vieira worked as an Economics Professor at PUC-Rio and Universidade Cândido Mendes. She has also been an Advisor to the Ministry of Defense, Advisor to the Ministry of Social Security and Social Assistance, and Project Director of the Federal Attorney General. Besides that, Solange Paiva Vieira has published several papers in national and international journals.

Program fee

Program fee: R$ 3.000,00 which is approximately USD 500.

The charges are always made in Brazilian Reais (R$). The actual amount you pay in your currency will depend on the exchange rate and fees charged by your credit card company.

Payment in up to 2 installments. Only credit card (Mastercard or Visa) payments are accepted.

The program fee covers tuition, online materials and a digital Certificate of Attendance.

Contact us

This Program is an initiative of Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) hold through its Law Schools (FGV Direito Rio/FGV Direito SP) and its International Affairs Division.

For more information, please contact:

E-mail: fintech.law.fgv@gmail.com

Telephone:+ 55 21 3799-6133