Felipe Montoro Jens on the Forging and Implementation of the Public-Private Partnerships

The government of Brazil has been seeking a public-private partnership in a bid to reduce the deficit by the central government and Mr. Filipe Montoro Jens is right at the center of it all. The infrastructural project specialist, Filipe Montoro Jens, obtained a detailed report on the projects to reduce this deficit. He stated that these public-private partnerships have the potential of massively reducing the deficit. The project will also aid the federal government in completing set out projects while generally increasing and creating opportunities for the benefit of every stakeholder including the public. Mr. Filipe Montoro also believes that such projects would lower the costs endured significantly. Read more at Exame about Felipe Montoro Jens

The acclaimed financial strategist has his focus on infrastructure. He has been involved in various other projects that dealt with finding solutions to problems facing the state. The former director of Antonio Energy got convinced that the private sector holds the keys to most of the answers the federal government focuses on finding. He firmly states that the private sector gets endorsed with the proper technology that is great for the establishment of infrastructure. Additionally, he shares that the private sector has a traditional culture of getting work done in the given timeline. All these and many more are clear indications that public-private partnerships will be the best thing to happen for the development of Brazil.

Despite these attractive qualities that the partnership is bound to bring to the scene, Mr. Filipe Montoro Jens reported that several difficulties still stand in the way of such projects. There are less public-private partnerships now in Brazil because a good percentage, thirty to forty percent, goes back to the central government in the form of taxes. This tax directly translates to the costs of setting up infrastructural development which in turn increases significantly.

In a detailed report obtained by Mr. Montoro, he breaks down on the usage of the R $44 billion investment. Mr. Filipe reports that the Program of Partnerships and Investments, the agency tasked with the duty of creating more public-private partnerships, is now implementing the R $44 billion investment by the government. The report further states that the implementation will be in the form of fifty-seven projects and twenty-two sectors. This agency is mainly concerned with the maintenance of a suitable economic climate that is important for the creation of more job opportunities. Read more: http://maringa.odiario.com/politica/2018/03/veja-com-felipe-montoro-jens-cidade-mineira-investe-em-ppp-para-estimular-o-lazer-e-a-pratica-de-atividades-fisicas-da-populacao/2476577/

 

Octavio De Lazari Will Be The New CEO Of Bradesco Bank

This March, Luis Carlos Trabuco will be taking helm of the second largest bank in Brazil, Bradesco Bank. The highest position in the bank is President of the Board of Directors, which until October of 2017 was held by Lazaro Bandao who, at the age of 91 announced his retirement from the position. Bandao, like many of the Bradesco employees has been with the bank for decades, seven decades to be exact. He announced the appointment of Luiz Carlos Trabuco as his successor and gave him his full confidence and blessings.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco is currently the CEO of Bradesco Bank and will occupy the positions of President of the Board of Directors and the CEO until the board of directors has its first annual meeting on March 12th. The bylaws of the bank were changed in 2016 due to the banks largest take over in its history, the $5.2 billion acquisition of HSBC’s Brazilian unit. Luiz Carlos Trabuco was the CEO at the time and reached the age of 65, which was the maximum age for a CEO. The bylaws were changed so he could stay in charge until the age of 67, which is this year.

The restructuring, retirement of the President of the Board of Directors and the appointment of a new CEO makes this an exciting time for Bradesco bank according to valor.com.br. The bank has seven Vice Presidents of which one of them will become the next CEO and take Luiz Carlos Trabuco’s place. The candidates include, Octavio de Lazari, Josue Augusto Pancini, Alexandre de Silva Gluhar, Andre Rodrigues Cano, Domingos Figueiredo Abreu, Marcelo de Arajuo Noronha, and Mauricio Machado de Minas.

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The candidate that has been promoted to the position in the past has almost always been the President of Bradesco banks subsidiary, Bradesco Seguros. The position is currently held of Vice President Octavio de Lazari Junior according to meioemensagem.com.br. Mr. Lazari has been with the bank for over 30 years and understands and has experience with every level of the banks hierarchy, from office boy to Managing Director. Mr. Lazari has a Masters degree in Financial Strategies and Marketing from the Faculty of Economic and Administrative Services of Osasco, a prominent college in Sao Paulo.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco earned his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy, Science and Letters from the University of Sao Paulo and his Master’s from the Foundation School of Sociology and Politics with a degree in Socio-Psychology. The knowledge and experience he learned from his college days led him to adhere to traditions and values of his predecessors at Bradesco bank. The bank has had a tradition of promoting CEO and executives from within the company. This improves employee morale, loyalty, and trust.

Under the leadership of Luiz Carlos Trabuco the bank now $5.2 billion acquisition of HSBC’s Brazilian unit. It is the second largest private bank in Brazil and the 24th largest bank in the world. It has over 5000 agencies and outlets all over Latin America and its stock is traded on the New York Stock Exchange.

Learn more about Luiz Carlos Trabuco: https://g1.globo.com/economia/noticia/conselho-do-bradesco-escolhe-octavio-de-lazari-junior-para-substituir-trabuco-como-ceo.ghtml

Igor Cornelsen Is One Of The Most Knowledgeable Brazilian Investors

Investing does involve taking risks and sometimes because of the horror stories of people losing a lot of money with big risk investments, there is a consensus among the general public that you should just stay away from it. But not so says Igor Cornelsen, a Brazilian investor who is quite knowledgeable in the markets. He says anyone can do quite well investing if they have the right strategy and follow the right set of guidelines. He says that you shouldn’t look at investing in just the popular stocks that you hear the TV hosts rave about because these are the ones that are likely to lose money in the long run. Instead, you should look at stocks that are low value now but could go up in the future. And you should always invest over a long-term period. Visit at affiliatedork.com about Igor Cornelsen

Igor Cornelsen was an investment strategist for several big Brazilian banks and also advised the Ministry of Finance on economic policies. He’s retired and lives mostly in Miami now, but he urges people to take a look at Brazil and to consider investing in it. Brazil has undergone some economic difficulties in recent years, but Cornelsen says its economy remains diverse and there’s a lot of wholesale companies to look at. He mentions three tips that can help new investors navigate Brazil’s banks and stock market.

First, Cornelsen says staying up to date with politics can be important because you’ll learn about which regulations could cause barriers to your financial goals there. Cornelsen has been happy with the job that Brazil’s current Finance Minister Joaqim Levy is doing and says there is hope that the Brazilian Real will now stabilize and lead to a better economy. He also says you need to know Brazil’s five biggest banks and how they operate because they are important in the overall picture. And Then he says you should pay attention to China and all the other competitors because trade is a big issue right now in Brazil. You can visit Igor Cornelsen’s Facebook or Twitter page to find out more about his investment advice.

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