ANOREG/BR and CNR sign Technical Cooperation Agreement with InterID

The National Association of Notaries and Registrars of Brazil – ANOREG/BR, and the National Confederation of Notaries and Registrars – CNR, signed a Technical Cooperation Agreement with the International Identification Institute – InterID, for the development of activities that have as their object thetheme of identification, their processes, systems and documents, and that result in the adoption of best practices, technologies and innovations in the notarial and registral sector.

According to Célio Ribeiro, Ceo of InterID, cooperation with the two entities means an opportunity to broaden horizons from the establishment of a platform of activities in which all participants of the agreement can dedicate their best expertise. “The experiences accumulated by ANOREG/BR and CNR are very valuable. We are talking about an alliance between the experience of these entities and the high technical knowledge that we have in InterID so that we can propose innovation, improvements and, above all, more security to the processes carried out in the sphere of notaries and registrars”

Rogério Portugal Bacellar, President of ANOREG/BR and CNR, and Célio Ribeiro, Ceo of InterID


Founded on May 4, 1984, ANOREG-BR is the only entity of the class with legitimacy, recognized by the powers constituted, to represent the holders of notary and registration services of Brazil in any instance or Court, operating in harmony and direct cooperation with other similar associations, mainly with the Member Institutes and Trade Unions, representative of specialties. ANOREG-BR brings together more than 13,000 notatories distributed in all states, Brazilian municipalities and most districts, which directly and indirectly employ more than 500,000 people.

About CNR

The National Confederation of Notaries and Registrars (CNR) is a higher-grade trade union that represents all notaries and registrars in the country. Currently, the CNR has a strong political representation, fighting for the interests of the sector with parliamentarians in the National Congress and representatives of the Federal Government.

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