Brazilian Buyers Still Like Miami

Post on August 3, 2016, 3:49 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

Wealthy Brazilians with cash to put into second homes have always loved Miami. But since the political crisis erupted two years ago, they’ve loved it even more. “There is no doubt in my mind that the motive to buy real estate in the U.S. has changed for Brazilians over the last two years,” says Fernando Continue Reading…

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Brazilian hedge fund opens first U.S. office on Brickell

Post on July 19, 2016, 2:32 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

Brazilian hedge fund Leste Capital Management has opened its first-ever U.S. location in Miami’s famed financial district: Brickell. The fund has taken 2,000 square feet at the Brickell Arch building, formerly known as the Espirito Santo Plaza. According to a news release from the Downtown Development Authority, which assisted Leste in its search for office Continue Reading…

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Brazilian Billionaires Facing Hard Times

Post on July 18, 2016, 2:19 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

It’s not all it’s cracked up to be these days, being a Billionaire in Brazil.  With investigations, international money transfer rules, and the thought of going to jail, it makes the working class seem more and more attractive, even in Brazil. Who wants to be a billionaire!? The answer to that question in Brazil in particular may Continue Reading…

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Brazil Market Rallies In Spite of Woeful News

Post on July 14, 2016, 2:58 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

You have to give the Brazilians credit for being optimistic.  In spite of it all, and there is a lot of it, they still see a bright future ahead for the Brazilian economy, if the stock market is any indication. The Ibovespa gained for a sixth consecutive session, heading for its longest rally since March, Continue Reading…

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Brazilian immigrant overcame struggles to rise to top in charter school

Post on June 13, 2016, 2:13 pm by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

When she was younger, Barbara Ferreira never imagined she’d be her school’s valedictorian or the first in her family to attend college. At times, she wasn’t even sure she would get to stay in the United States until graduation. In middle school, the Brazilian immigrant was an indifferent student. She had other concerns, as her Continue Reading…

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Olympic and Paralympic Games mascots Vinicius (L) and Tom pose during the opening ceremony of the new terminal at the international airport Galeao, which is expected to receive 1.5 million passengers during the 2016 Rio Olympics, in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, May 19, 2016. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares

There’s Corruption in Brazil?

Post on May 26, 2016, 10:07 am by the-victoria-law-group 0 Comments

Stop me if you’ve heard this one before…. RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) – Brazilian investigators have expanded their probe into possible corruption around the staging of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this August to include all the venues and services financed with federal funds, a lead prosecutor told Reuters.   Read Brad Brooks’ Continue Reading…

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