The 91 year old bank chairman of Banco Bradesco SA, Lazaro de Mello Brandao, has made a buzz when he came to a decision of stepping down from his position after having served the bank for over 25 years. This news greatly triggered the line-up of possible successors of the said company.
Brandao has firmly followed the company’s management practices wherein existing executives get the highest possibility of being promoted to fill in higher positions rather than sourcing out externally for new people. This culture has guided Brandao when he chose Luiz Carlos Trabuco as his successor.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, currently the Chief Executive Officer of Banco Bradesco SA, will be taking charge of the critical responsibilities of being the newly elected Chairman and as the current CEO until March. He attended the School of Sociology and Politics Foundation São Paulo where he earned his degrees in Philosophy and Socio-Psychology. His 48 years of working as a professional was all spent serving the Bradesco Organization.
In 1943, the executive from the year 1981 to 1999 started as a clerk when he was only 16 years old. He is considered to be the second chairman and one of the four Chief Executive Officers that Bradesco has had ever since.
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Brandao, who will continue serving the holding corporations of Bradesco, explicitly stated that the bank’s line of high rank officers should be renewed to guarantee continuity. In addition, Brandao claimed that it was his personal choice to resign.
During a media affair, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi mentioned that the procedure of selecting the new chief executive officer will be parallel with the current company management practices. He will be choosing among the current line-up of talents in Bradesco.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is given only until the first few weeks or months of this year to reveal the new chief executive officer for Bradesco has revised its laws. From 65 years old as the previous maximum age for chief executive officers, it has been increased to 67.
Brandao, who received a positive and encouraging feedback from his family after telling them about his resignation, said that he has zero regrets for the full 75 years of service at the company.
Amongst the seven candidates who will take the position as the new CEO is Mauricio Machado de Minas. He is a 58-year-old employee who runs the Information Technology section of the bank. He was a former worker at CPB Braxis SA before he started working at the bank way back 2009. Next in line is Alexandre de Silva Gluher who is working as the chief risk officer at the age of 57. He has served the bank for over 41 years. The 58-year-old Domingos Figueiredo Abreu who runs the treasury and lending division is another candidate according to valor.com.br. Domingos has been working for the bank for the last 36 years. Another potential candidate is Josué Augusto Pancini who is currently 57 years old. The man currently spearheads the branch network of Bradesco and has been working in the company for the last 42 years. The company’s head for investment and corporate banking, Marcelo de Araujo Noronha, fits in the list. He is 52 years of age and has been serving the company for 14 years. Another professional who is now 54 years old, Octavio de Lazari, is also a candidate for the search of the next CEO. He has been of service to the bank for 39 years. Lastly, André Rodriges Cano who manages the HR department is 59 years old and has been working with Bradesco for the last 40 years.
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Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is a Brazilian banking executive, currently touting the dual roles of President and Chief Executive Officer of Banco Bradesco, larger than all private banks in the nation of Brazil outside of Itau Unibanco, who only snatched the title of the largest bank in the Portuguese-speaking nation thanks to a merger in 2008. Mr. Trabuco, unlike most executives of large organizations throughout modern society, started working for Banco Bradesco in 1969, offering roughly forty years of work experie,nce before being promoted to the lead executive spot of Bradesco. Unlike Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, businesses commonly hire executives outside of their own organizations.
One major benefit Bradesco yielded from the promotion was Mr. Trabuco’s intimate knowledge of how the financial institution operates.
Mr. Trabuco got through with secondary school at an early age, during his early teens. Instead of wasting his academic and intellectual talents, the young, teenage Luiz went to college. Showing dedication to his studies, he traveled almost three hundred miles from his hometown of Marilia to Sap Paulo, Sao Paulo, Brazil. Executive-in-training Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi went to the most popular, established school in all of South America – the University of Sao Paulo.
He started studying at the Faculty of Philosophy, Letters, and Human Sciences of the University of Sao Paulo, quickly adding a bachelor’s degree in Philosophy. Not wishing to directly enter the workforce without sufficient education to pad his soon-to-be promising resume, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi then went to the Foundation School of Sociology and Politics of Sao Paulo, netting himself a postgraduate certificate in Socio-Psychology, a rare degree that was unarguably instrumental in his success in the field of finance in Brazil, as being able to understand people’s behaviors and actions, combined with Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi’s innate ability to communicate with others, is essential to success in the field of business. This skill would be invaluable throughout 2015, as Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi led the charge for his employer to absorb another leading financial institution in 2015 and 2016.
HSBC Holdings is an international company based in London. Their business model is to purchase the rights to all sorts of businesses, then profit off their established operations. HSBC had thousands of branches in Brazil in the past few decades. However, because Brazil’s financial markets are unique and require extensive hands-on experience to make any sense of what’s going on in commercial activity – something HSBC’s Brazilian operations lacked – their branches were failing, starting sometime following the turn of the millennium.https://www.crunchbase.com/person/luiz-carlos-trabuco-cappi#/entity
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi realized how bad their branches were performing, and in November of 2014, he started to weigh the benefits of absorbing the Brazilian assets of HSBC Holdings. In the early months of 2015, Mr. Trabuco began to reach out to the company’s executives. In August of 2015, the deal was agreed upon for a whopping #$5.2 billion. Although the assets of HSBC’s Brazilian operations were worth far less than $5.2 billion dollars, purchasing HSBC Brazil made perfect sense to Mr. Trabuco and his team.
If he hadn’t pushed for the purchase, another financial institution could have picked up HSBC Brazil and got even larger, potentially becoming the second-largest private bank in Brazil. On the other hand, Itau Unibanco could have gone through with such a purchase, causing the gap between Itau Unibanco and Banco Bradesco to widen even further.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has been the recipient of countless awards, including the Entrepreneur of the Year in Finance in 2015 from Isto E Dinheiro. He’s been named one of the 60 most important Brazilians as of 2016, as well.
Marketing your product or service in Brazil is not hard if you are connected to the world through internet. Traditional methods of marketing may fail when you are not in contact with a well-established marketing firm or you do not have the right strategies in place. However, with internet, this task is easy because the community that would be your audience can more easily access information on the internet. Your best bet as a marketer or a product salesperson is to be a part of the internet culture that has been growing in Brazil since more than two decade.
People like to think out of the box in Brazil, and this notion can be applied to internet marketing as well. A fashion designer approached a marketing agency run by Cláudio Loureiro to market his designer garments. The agency installed a scripted wall where users could select the dress of their choice and wear it virtually. Then a prompt asked about their real information or anything they could provide. They were given a choice of about a dozen items. The user would make a selection and that selection would be delivered directly to the marketer or seller to hear. From the inventory, people would select their choice and “wear” it. After several tryouts, they would make another selection. For added fun with the crowd, the outfit was programmed to enter the text in chat form where the seller would hear real-time information. The best part was added support from the agency for the marketing needs. This was great fun for the users and creative idea as well. Not only was the selling tactics in context with the compliance, it interacted with real audience. In return, the seller also received information about consumer choices besides real orders.
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