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Share repurchase mechanisms and expropriation of minority shareholders: evidence from Brazil
We examine the impact of the recent CVM Instruction #299 of February 1999 aimed at improving minority investor rights. Prior to enactment of this Instruction, tender offers for repurchase of shares were not subject to ...
State-controlled companies and political risk: evidence from the 2014 Brazilian election
This paper examines the vulnerability of state-controlled companies to political risk using the 2014 Brazilian election and data on stock options. In her first term as Brazilian president, Ms. Dilma Rousseff took measures ...
Corporate governance in Brazil
(Elsevier Science Bv, 2010-03)
We examine the corporate governance practices of Brazilian public companies. We identify areas where their governance is relatively strong and weak. Many firms have small boards, comprised entirely or almost entirely of ...
Do private equity and venture capital backed firms have better corporate governance after going public?
The aim of this study is to map the main aspects of corporate governance in Brazil used by publicly traded companies and analyze them from a comparative perspective, contrasting companies that have suffered Private Equity ...
Evolution of corporate governance of privately controlled Brazilian companies
In this dissertation we provide an overview of the evolution of corporate governance practices in Brazil over time based primarily in Brazilian private firms which responded to the 2005 and 2007 Brazil Corporate Governance ...
Estrutura societária e controle minoritário na Brasil Telecom: análise do poder exercido pelo Opportunity de 2003 a 2005
Since the mid-1990s the Brazilian business environment has experienced a significant increase in the sophistication of modeling corporate structures for large enterprises, a type of knowledge, however, mostly restricted ...