Naming Of A New CEO In The Offing At Bradesco

Although Lazaro de Mello Brandao may be an unknown banking executive that blends into the ranks of corporate Brazil, the 91-year-old has been the face of Bradesco, the second largest private bank in Brazil, for over 36 years. Having joined the bank in 1943—the same time that Bradesco came to being—Brandao served Bradesco in various capacities for 38 years after which he was named the second CEO of the bank succeeding Amado Aguiar, the founder of the banking institution. Apparently, Brandao’s performance as CEO impressed Bradesco’s management as he was appointed the second chairman after Aguiar’s resignation in 1991.

Doubling up as the chairman and president of Bradesco between 1991 and 1999, Brandao cemented Bradesco’s position as the leading private bank in Brazil. However, Brandao decided to resign on October 11, 2017, owing to his advanced age. His resignation speech indicated that his decision was made in the interest of the bank’s continuity. Brandao’s stepping down allowed the bank to appoint a more energetic younger chairperson. According to folha.uol.com.br Bradesco settled on Luiz Carlos Trabuco to take over from Brandao.

At the time of his appointment, Trabuco was the CEO of the bank, a position he ascended to in 2009. Even before he was named the new chairman of the board of directors of the bank, Bradesco was scouting for a new CEO as Trabuco’s tenure as the president is scheduled to end in March 2018. Although the appointment of a new CEO is a closely guarded affair at Bradesco, Trabuco’s statement during a media event that marked Brandao’s resignation intimated that Bradesco would elevate one of its leading executives to the presidency of the bank. Trabuco’s comment ignited speculations especially on who among Bradesco’s high ranking executives would be named the new CEO.

Read more: Bradesco to Choose Board Member as New President, says Trabuco

Bloomberg reported that seven executives at Bradesco are the frontrunners in the succession contest. They include Mauricio Machado de Minas, Alexandre da Silva Gluher, Domingos Figueiredo Abreu, Josué Augusto Pancini, Marcelo de Araujo Noronha, Octavio de Lazari, and André Rodrigues Cano. Obviously, the list is not exhaustive and the bank may surprise pundits by appointing a professional whose name does not feature above. In fact, Bradesco’s appointments of CEOs have always contradicted the expectations of many. Starting with Brandao in 1981, his name hardly featured among the frontrunners in the contest to succeed Amado Aguiar, and when it did, he was considered an underdog. The same occurred when Brandao resigned in 1999. Of the executives expected to succeed Brandao, Marcio Cypriano’s name was missing. However, he was named as the third CEO according to folha.uol.com.br. Even Luiz Carlos Trabuco was hardly mentioned when it was Cypriano’s time to step down. Surprisingly, Luiz Carlos Trabuco was appointed as Cypriano’s successor. While no one can state with certainty who will be Bradesco’s next CEO, one thing is clear: Bradesco will appoint a CEO from within its talent pool.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco is undoubtedly is respectable professional both at Bradesco and the Brazilian banking sector. Trabuco’s star at Bradesco has been rising ever since he joined the bank in 1969 as a clerk. He was only 18 and had not undergone any form of training. But as he discharged his duties at the bank, Trabuco gained practical experience and even had a chance to attend Sao Paulo State University where he pursued philosophy. He later attended Fundação School of Sociology and Politics. Trabuco’s professional experience coupled with his academic qualification enabled him to rise through the various ranks at the bank. Prior to being appointed CEO, Trabuco was the president of Bradesco Seguros, an insurance subsidiary of the bank. As the chairman, Trabuco will work with whomever the bank will name as the new CEO to uplift Bradesco to greater heights in the country’s banking sector.

Learn more about Luiz Carlos Trabuco: http://www1.folha.uol.com.br/mercado/2017/10/1926427-sucessao-no-bradesco-vira-alvo-de-aposta.shtml

Barbara Stokes – CEO of Green Structure Homes

Barbara Stokes is CEO of Green Structure Homes Delivered. One of her crowing achievements, besides being an excellent business person, is providing leadership in the industry for construction that addresses disaster relief. Her educational background serves her CEO role well. She graduated in 2011 from Mercer University where she studied physics and biomedical engineering. She has an affinity for mathematics.

She also studied management, manufacturing, properties of materials and structures, and thermodynamics. One could say it is the perfect background for the type of manufactured homes her company designs. Her resume also includes time spent working at Boeing and Pisces Corporation. She also has a great deal of experience in procuring government contracts, and helping support FEMA’s mission. Follow Barbara Stokes on facebook.com.

Green Structured Homes manufactures state-of-the-art modular homes that include both wood and steel frames. Her constructed homes are also environmentally friendly and easy to construct on site. This reduces the environmental impact, and reduces the number of people needed on the construction site. The construction process also lowers the potential cost of each home. Each home can be built faster as well.

Her business also brings jobs to the local community. Much of the material used to construct the homes will be local. It includes steel that contains content that is 60 percent recyclable. Energy-efficient homes can help to greatly reduce utility bills. For some, depending where they live and their home’s construction, there may also be tax incentives for going green.

Barbara Stokes may also have tapped into a new market with her innovative and energy-efficient homes. It may also have placed her in a position to pursue government contracts more aggressively. Of course, the biggest benefit of her company is that her homes are easier on the environment. Companies that honor the environment will lead the way going forward.

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In September 2017, Stokes company was awarded a $28.5 million contract from FEMA and the Department of Homeland Security. The company builds state-of-the-art homes that support relief efforts for Hurricane Harvey. The contract is expected to be completed in March 2018.

In addition to being actively involved in her company’s day-to-day operations, Stokes chooses to volunteer her time in the Huntsville community. She is also a mother of three. Visit her Linkedin profile to know more.

Glen Wakeman; A Business Revolutionary and a Mentor

Glen Wakeman is a renowned entrepreneur and a business revolutionary focusing on mentoring startups and developing performance methodologies. Currently, he serves as the chief executive officer of LaunchPad Holdings LLC, a SAAS company he co-founded in 2015. The company was founded with the aim of providing more accessible plan building services and software platform for startups.

LaunchPad Toolkit, the company’s software platform, avails a broad library of tips and suggestions to entrepreneurs to act as a guide on proven and effective ways of forming a company. The platform is supported by a wide range of capital providers and advisors. Visit Glen Wakeman’s profile at Linkedin.

Glen Wakeman is famously known for his five-step performance methodology to increase productivity. He advocates for a focus on leadership, execution, governance, human capital, and risk management. His extensive experience in investment, economics, and organizational strategies has enabled Glen Wakeman to offer insightful counsel to executive level groups like DreamFunded and Sitters Bees. He is passionate about innovation, business growth, and executive development.

Being a writer has enabled Wakeman to offer his insights to a bigger audience through regular blog posts. He frequently blogs about global affairs, emerging markets, business transformation, and management and provides advice on capital raising and financing strategies. His experience with leadership in global issues is invaluable. In the course of his career, Wakeman has lived in 6 different nations being responsible for business operations in over 30 regions globally. Follow Glen Wakeman’s profile on twitter.com.

Glen Wakeman holds a BS in Economics from the University of Scranton and an MBA in Finance from the University of Chicago. Before founding Launchpads Holdings LLC, he held different management positions in companies like GE Capital, Doral Financial Corp, and Nova Four. Due to his reputation for developing accurate methods for various industries, Glen Wakeman is seen by many as a mentor and a significant force deserving recognition.

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Feliipe Montoro Jens And Brazil’s Infrastructure Growth

There’s always a good thing about starting a business. It’s always great to start a business, but the best thing about starting one is keeping your name behind it. The success of a business depends on this and the leadership of a business man. This kind of leadership is what Felipe Montoro Jens has. This issue is also what he tackled in the latest report from Negociosemfeco website.

Brazil InfrastructureIn the news report, an analysis featured that Brazil right now has the leading infrastructure today that can serve many of the world’s needs. According to Felipe, it is this support that gives Brazil the leading edge that it has today. The institution for the development of this infrastructure is also the best way that everyone can expect a lot more from Brazil. The partnership that Brazil has established between private and public also managed to make sure that there’s a lot of growth in the business sector of the country.

The specialist in Infrastructure Projects, Felipe Montoro Jens, also explains in the news report that Brazil has been historically significant because of how it can advance the modern needs of the 20th century. In the CNI study named “Opportunities for the privatization of infrastructure,” it was stated with the help of Felipe Jens that the success of Brazil gets attributed to how it was able to access state-owned enterprises and link it with current strategies to urban development.

About Felipe Montero JensJens is considered one of the most alternative and experienced board of directors nominated for various positions. He also acted as the chief financial officer of an outstanding company before moving to different areas in the company Terna S.p.A and in diverse project development areas and finance assignments.

It is easy to understand how excellent the skills of Felipe today, mainly because he had his business administration degree from Fundao Getulio Vargas, or FGV, which is also the training ground he went to before going for a master’s in international management from the Thunderbird under its American Garvin School of International Management.