Brazil, the next 4 years, and what it means for your business

23 October 2014


As presidential runner-ups prepared for their last sprint ahead of the (all but certain) second round run-off, Control Risks made a presentation laying out what the likely winner’s administration would look like. The presentation analysed its key priorities, including likely changes in economic policy, as well as implications for sectors such oil and gas, mining and agriculture. Geert Aalbers provided insights on likely progress in issues such as tacking corruption and operational obstacles for businesses (the so-called ‘Brazil cost’). 

Please click on the PDF link below to download Geert's presentation. 

Geert Aalbers

Geert is Senior Managing Director & Head of Brazil at Control Risks. He supports clients across the region on complex and sensitive fraud and corruption investigations, and advises on a broad array of integrity, political and security risk issues. Prior to joining Control Risks, Geert was Chief Financial Officer of Makro Venezuela and a member of Group Finance overseeing operations throughout South America. Geert graduated cum laude in Corporate Law from the Erasmus University Rotterdam, and completed a European Masters in Law & Economics at Erasmus and Oxford University. He is an MBA lecturer in Corporate Risk Management at Business School São Paulo where he obtained an Executive MBA degree. Geert speaks fluent English, Portuguese, Dutch and good Spanish.

This event was sponsored by Deloitte.


Photos by: Geraldo Cantarino.

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