Jogi Humberto Oshiai is the Director for Public Affairs at FratiniVergano, where he deals with food and agriculture policy, trade negotiations, sanitary and phytosanitary compliance, market access, sustainable development, renewable energy, government liaison, lobbying and business development.
Prior to joining FratiniVergano in May 2011, Jogi spent five years as Director for Latin American Trade to the EU at another Brussels-based law firm and almost seven years as a Special Adviser for Latin America at FIPRA, the leading international public affairs network. Jogi also worked at the Mission of Brazil to the EU, where he was an Economic and Commercial Adviser for many years, at the Embassy of Brazil in Tokyo, at the Institute of Reinsurances of Brazil in London and at the European Commission.
Jogi is also the Director for Public Affairs at 33 Asset Management (a Dutch company specialising in private equity investment projects in renewable energy and carbon emission monetisation), an Associated Researcher of UNICETEX/FZEA at the University of São Paulo (Brazil) and a Partner at e-LO, a Brazilian Consulting Company specialising in the implementation of strategic projects on Market Intelligence, Corporate Governance, Business and Succession Strategy, Financial Management, Marketing Management, Executive Education, Trade and Agribusiness at the regional, state, national and international level. Jogi is also a regular speaker at conferences around the world on international trade issues and a columnist for BeefWorld, ChickenWorld and PorkWorld.
Jogi holds a post-graduate degree in International Trade from the Solvay Business School, a Master’s degree in Management from the Brussels School of Economics and Management, as well as a Master’s degree in International Politics from the Free University of Brussels.
Jogi speaks fluent Portuguese, English, French, Italian, Spanish and some Japanese
“A pecuária Brasileira em 2025 e o mercado de carnes de qualidade”, December 2014, Guia Executivo da Pecuária de Corte, published by BeefWorld, pages 56 to 60.
“Maior confinamento do mundo: Monarca do grupo mexicano Sukarne”, October 2014, published by BeefWorld, pages 74 to 78.
“Eles são Mexican Beef com Mucho Gusto!” – July 2014, published by BeefWord, pages 112 and 113.
“União Europeia é um exemplo” – June 2014, published by PorkWorld, pages 104 and 105.
“Carne de qualidade – a informação está na embalagem” – May 2014, published by Beef World, pages 92 and 93.
“União Europeia: dois pesos e duas medidas” – April 2014, published by Pork World, pages 86 and 87.
“União Europeia: atitude pró-ativa em 2014?”, February 2014, published by BeefWorld, pages 110 to 113.
“O consumo de carnes na Europa está mudando” - 2012 ANUALPEC, published by Informa Economics FNP, pages 37, 38 and 39.
“Rio + 20! Green economy and sustainable development” – May 2012, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, pages 96, 97 and 98.
“Animal welfare - even McDonald’s is already investing in this area!” – April 2012, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Ediores, pages 94 and 95.
“Animal welfare - investing today to prevent loss tomorrow?” - March 2012, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Edtiores, pages 82 and 83.
“Consultations and trade negotiations as a means to solve trade disputes: the need for a strategy when acting in Brussels” - February 2012, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, pages 60 and 61.
“Brazil’s dynamic protein sector and its attractiveness to foreign investors” - January 2012, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, pages 32 and 33.
“The importance for Brazil to be a pro-active member of the World Trade Organization” - December 2011, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, pages 72 and 74.
“‘Vis pacem para bellum’ – From the Romans to the modern Brazilian exporters” – October 2011, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, pages 26 and 27.
“EU extends mandatory country-of-origin labelling to poultry and other fresh meat” - September 2011, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, page 52.
“The new EU approach in the area of import controls on feed and food: is Brazil dreaming big?” - August 2011, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, pages 80 and 81.
“From Farm to Fork” in the EU with E.coli: Lessons for Brazil” - July 2011, Feed and Food, published by Curuca Editores, pages 46 and 47.
“A quick overview of the rules on imports of foodstuffs into the European Union – 2009 Zootec – published by LawBook Editora, pages 235 to 245.
“O algoz do Brasil” – junho 2008 - Produtor Rural, página 28.