The Role of Independent Bodies to Help Corporations Successfully Structure Integrity Cultures
Adriana Dantas is a Professor at Insper Institute for Education and Research, São Paulo- SP, and lectures in courses offered in the area of Compliance, Crisis Management, Investigations and Cooperation. Also, she is professor at Direito GV, São Paulo- SP, where she lectures on courses offered in the area of Compliance and Global Law. We will be hosting Adriana during the month of July 2022 so she can conduct research for her project “The role of independent bodies to help corporations successfully structure integrity cultures”.
Professor Adriana Dantas has a JD from the University of Brasilia Law School and LLM from University of London, Kings College. She has been a Fulbright Scholar at Georgetown University Law Center and has SJD (PhD equivalent) in International Economic Law at the Law School, University of São Paulo, Brazil.
Adriana is Chair of the Sanctions Committee for Inter-American Development Bank and is also an external member of Petrobras, Independent Board Committee on Integrity. She is founding partner at a firm specialized in Compliance/ Investigations/ Government Enforcement and International Trade/Export Sanctions.
Visiting Scholar Term of Stay
International Law | Law
Dantas, Adriana, "The Role of Independent Bodies to Help Corporations Successfully Structure Integrity Cultures" (2022). Visiting Researcher Profiles. 38.