|The Corporate Transparency Act took effect Jan. 1, 2024, requiring non-exempt U.S. entities and non-exempt foreign entities registered to do business in the United States (collectively, Reporting Companies)
Claudio J. Arruda advises domestic and international financial services firms and institutions, including banks, broker-dealers, Fintech companies, and investment advisory firms on a broad range of regulatory issues, as well as general corporate matters. He represents these institutions on matters related to the applicability and compliance with state and federal banking, and consumer laws and regulations.
Claudio also advises a wide range of investment advisers on all aspects of securities regulatory compliance, particularly including new and existing SEC rules, and has experience advising clients on corporate governance and general corporate matters.
In addition, Claudio represents public and private corporations in negotiating cross-border financing projects. He also has experience assisting in securities enforcement matters and FCPA-related investigations at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC).
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