Luiz Carlos Trabuco Prepares To Give Up His Position As CEO Of Banco Bradesco
March 10, 2018
After 25 years serving as the chairman of Banco Bradesco SA, Lazaro de Mello Brandao, one of the oldest banking chairmen in the world at 91, elected to step down from his position. Shortly after announcing that he would step down, Brandao appointed Luiz Carlos Trabuco, the CEO of the bank, as his successor. Trabuco eagerly took the position, becoming the chairman as soon as Brandao stepped down. He will continue to serve as both CEO and chairman until Octavio de Lazari Jr. is appointed later this month.
Bradesco’s Board Restructures in Anticipation of Lazari’s Appointment
The board decided on Lazari as the new CEO in early February of this year. Currently, Lazari serves as vice president and will continue to do so until he is appointed as CEO. Additionally, he will maintain the position as president of the Bradesco Seguros group. Lazari has been working with Bradesco since the age of 15, almost 40 years ago according to economia.estadao.com.br.
Lazari will be appointed to his new position as CEO during the inaugural meeting of Banco Bradesco’s new Board of Directors. The company’s new board of directors will be referring to the appointment of Lazari as the new CEO. While the composition of the new board has yet to be finalized, which will happen during a shareholders meeting shortly before Lazari’s appointment, there have been a number of changes within the board already.
Read more: Bradesco anuncia Octavio Lazari no lugar de Luiz Carlos Trabuco
A number of new members have been appointed to the board, all of which have long and illustrious careers with Banco Bradesco according to vv. The four new members are Domingos Figueiredo de Abreu, Josué Augusto Pancini, Maurício Machado de Minas, and Alexandre da Silva Glüher. Over their careers with Bradesco, they’ve striven to advance the bank’s many operations, and have put its success before their own gains. Aside from the appointment of the four new vice presidents, there have been a number of other changes to the board, including the resignation of Aurelio Conrado Boni from the Bradesco Board of Directors according to g1.globo.com.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco
Following Chairman Brandao’s long-expected retirement, the position of chairman was almost immediately handed to Luiz Carlos Trabuco, who, at the time, was serving as Banco Bradesco’s chief executive officer. He had been serving as the bank’s CEO since 2009 when he was originally appointed to the position. Prior to becoming the chief executive officer, Luiz Carlos Trabuco served as a vice president with Bradesco. Until Lazari’s formal appointment as CEO on the 18th of this month, Luiz Carlos Trabuco will continue to perform the duties of CEO in addition to his duties as chairman.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco has been working with Banco Bradesco SA for the vast majority of his professional career, first joining the bank just barely under 50 years ago. His service with Bradesco has been of great benefit to the company, with many of the bank’s most successful operations being performed under him. His career with Bradesco has been long and his reputation within the company is one of renown. With the amount he’s done for Bradesco, it came as no surprise when he was announced as their new chairman.
Learn more about Luiz Carlos Trabuco: http://economia.estadao.com.br/noticias/geral,bradesco-anuncia-substituto-de-luiz-trabuco-na-presidencia-do-banco,70002178384
Bruno Fagali’s Bid To Shut Down Corruption Red Flags In The Advertising Industry
February 6, 2018
Recently, there has been an increasing pressure for companies to adopt compliance programs. This follows the growing number of corruption investigations involving advertising firms. In Brazil, advertising agencies are paid in terms of bonuses by the media when they advertise. Therefore, these advertising firms provide the advertisers with the services but the money goes to the agencies instead of the communication vehicles they negotiated with. This connection between the media and the advertising agencies is what creates loopholes which are then misused.
In an article entitled “Red Flag”, Bruno Fagali, an expert in compliance law, explains the operations that are popular in advertising agencies which are at a higher risk of inviting unethical issues. Some of them include; media assignment criteria, inventive plans and intermediation of vehicle payment by the adviser. All of these are what Bruno Fagali refers to as “Red Flags” and says they are what lead to corruption. In order to curb this, rules are to be put in place that requires advertising agencies have corporate integrity programs.
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Based in Sao Paulo, Alagoas, Brazil, Bruno Fagali is one of the best lawyers in Brazil playing an active role in changing the dimension of the Brazilian legal system. Bruno Fagali has vast experience and knowledge in numerous fields pertaining to law. He specializes in matters relating to Ethics, Compliance Law, Administrative Law, Regulatory Law and Urban Law. Currently Bruno Fagali practices law in his law firm known as the Fagali Law Firm. He is also the Corporate Integrity Manager of Nova/SB.
Bruno Fagali attended the University of Sao Paulo. It was from there that he earned his Masters in Anticorruption, Sate and Administrative Law. Bruno Fagali started his career in law as an intern at the Office Model Dom Paulo Evaristo Arns law firm. Bruno Fagali worked at this firm for some time there but later on left to intern in 2 other firms for about 3 years.
It was in 2012 that Bruno Fagali got his first job as a lawyer. This was at the Radi, Calil e Associodos Law where he worked for a period of 2 years. It was after leaving that firm that he joined Nova/Sb. Thereafter, in 2016, Bruno Fagali opened his own law firm where he works to date.
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