Mariana Tumbiolo is the author, alongside Heloisa Estellita from Fundação Getúlio Vargas Law School (FGV-SP) of the section dedicated to Brazilian regulation, prevention and enforcement of anti-money laundering in a newly launched book by Editora Juruá – “Combating Corruption and Money Laundering in BRICs Countries”. The publication is organized by Maria Lúcia Padua Lima and Paulo Clarindo Goldschmidt and is composed of extensive research conducted by professors of five academic institutions from Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.
The main purpose of the book is to analyze the anti-corruption legislation in each of the participating countries, with an aim to highlight similarities and differences in the way each jurisdiction has internalized international guidelines on the topic. With chapters organized by country, it emphasizes comparisons of national legal framework in light of OECD´s Convention on Combating Bribery. Each chapter closes with an special analysis of anti-money laundering issues and regulations connected to these efforts. The publication is available on paper and ebook at Editora Juruá.