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Bruno Cação Ribeiro


FAS Advogados
Rua Gomes de Carvalho, 1507
4th floor
Vila Olímpia, São Paulo - SP
04547-005, Brazil
Languages Portuguese, English, Spanish

Bruno Cação is responsible for the Hotels & Leisure practice at FAS Advogados. 

He has solid experience in contractual and corporate areas in the Tourism, TMT, Healthcare, Market Research, and Education sectors, having worked for 14 years in law firms and legal departments of small, medium, and large national and multinational companies.

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Memberships & Roles

  • Member of IFTTA - The International Forum of Travel and Tourism Advocates.
  • 2015 – 2019: Member of the Economic Criminal Law Committee of the Brazilian Bar Association
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  • 2007 - Bachelor's Degree in Law from Universidade São Marcos - USM
  • 2014 - Postgraduate Degree in Civil Procedure Law from the Universidade Mackenzie of São Paulo
  • 2021 - Postgraduate Degree in Corporate Governance, Compliance and Ethics
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Voa Brasil enhances the accessibility and competitiveness of domestic tourism
The 'Voa Brasil' program, announced in January 2024 by the Federal government, aims to benefit approximately 21.4 million Brazilians who have not traveled by plane in the last 12 months by offering low-cost...
Lawyers consider the impact of Tax Reform on Tourism
Bruno Cação, head of Hotels and Leisure, and Rafaela Lora Franceschetto, head of Tax, analyze the tourism sector and the need to specify the activity to tax in the right category. Read the article here: Ad­vogados...
Tourism and Tax Reform
Excluding tourism from the Tax Reform disrupts the entire chain The tourism sector should be considered one of the main ways to drive a country's economy, either through the dissemination of cultures...
O Turismo Brasileiro na Reforma Tributária
O setor turístico representa 7,8% do PIB nacional e movimenta R$ 752,3 bilhões anualmente, gerando mais de 7,9 milhões de empregos no Brasil. Agora, Reforma Tributária (PEC nº 45/2019) traz nuances que impactarão esse cenário.