Bruno Ferraz de Camargo

Head of Global Antibribery-Anticorruption, Ethics and Compliance Director, LATAM – Getinge AB

Lawyer specialized in Ethics & Compliance and Investigations, with a 20-year post-qualification career that started at international law firms in Brazil, United Kingdom, Jersey Islands and the United States of America, primarily in Mergers and Acquisitions and offshore structures. For 10 years he served as in-house counsel for Dutch multinational Philips, based in the Netherlands as a Senior Legal & Compliance Counsel for Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA), and later as General Counsel and Compliance Officer for Philips in Brazil. After serving as the Ethics & Compliance and Investigations lead partner in a boutique firm in São Paulo, since 2018 he has been the LATAM Ethics & Compliance Director and Head of Global Antibribery-Anticorruption of the Swedish multinational Getinge AB. Bruno works in corporate investigations, leniency and cooperation agreements, dealings with regulators and remediation measures, change & crisis management, implementation of ethics and compliance programs, governance and response to boards of directors, pre and post-acquisition evaluations and has actively participated, in several business segments, as an advisor and working groups in global cases involving cartel, money laundering, corruption and fraud. He is a member of the SCCE - Society of Corporate Compliance and Ethics and since 2012 holds the CCEP - Certified Compliance and Ethics Professional certification. He was an instructor in the business ethics course promoted by LEC - Legal, Ethics & Compliance, having lectured since the first congress of the institution. Currently, he is a professor of executive education in Compliance at Insper and, in addition to qualification in Law in Brazil, he is a qualified lawyer in European Union Law by Vrije Universiteit de Amsterdam and LLM in International Business Law by Universiteit van Tilburg, The Netherlands, having also studied at Harvard Law School and University of Cambridge.