Tauil & Chequer Advogados in association with Mayer Brown has deep experience in corporate affairs of partnerships, companies and corporations and in matters related to corporate governance.

We advise especially publicly held corporations in all their corporate affairs, from day-to-day matters (for instance, preparation of minutes, attendance to annual or special shareholders' meetings, preparation and review of the Absentee Ballot Bulletin, Reference Forms and other eventual or periodic documents) to complex matters (for instance, restructuring, executive compensation, risk monitoring, communication with regulatory bodies—such as CVM and B3—planning and implementation of corporate governance structures).

Our practice is based on solid customized services in order to monitor all corporate activities and corporate governance of our clients, with high technical quality and in compliance with applicable regulations and laws, assisting corporations in their decision-making process and in risk assessment of current and prospective transactions and projects.

In addition to the corporate law capability (in all its levels of complexity), our lawyers also have vast knowledge and experience in corporate governance, which has become a critical trigger for capital attraction and investment decisions. Our corporate governance capability is focused on structuring/reviewing internal governance bodies of the corporations, assessing the operations of their corporate governance frameworks (boards and committees), as well as preparing related documents (e.g., CBGC reports, by-laws and policies, including policies required by Novo Mercado Listing Regulation).

Tauil & Chequer Advogados relies on the cross-border support of Mayer Brown through its associated offices across the United States, Europe, Asia and Middle East. Thus, we provide our clients with valuable global services for these matters in different parts of the world.

The Corporate Governance practice has a direct interface between all functional areas of a corporation, since it permeates through the structure, organization and operation of each department, besides being supplementary to other capabilities—such as capital market, securitization, M&A, anti-corruption and compliance, arbitration, and litigation.