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A Little Insight Into Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi And Where He Serves As An Executive – Banco Bradesco

Banco Bradesco, one of the most sizable banks in the Portuguese-speaking nation of Brazil, purchased HSBC Holdings PLC’s Brazilian branch in 2015 for a whopping 5.2 billion dollars. This ever-helpful transaction11came just months after Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi assumed the dual roles of Chief Executive Officer and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors at Bradesco.

Thanks to the innovativeness, experience, people skills, and keen business sense of Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, Although it’s not the largest financial institution in Brazil, Banco Bradesco is currently the second-largest bank in the country. The HSBC Holdings – Bradesco transaction didn’t come out of nowhere, as Mr. Trabuco has worked at the organization since the late 1960’s. Let’s dig into how Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi’s career got started, his progression throughout the ranks of Bradesco, and where he is today.

As the true, albeit often used, cliché saying goes, money, does, in fact, makes the world go ’round. Banking, insurance, and financial services collectively make up one of the world’s largest industries. As it’s so highly popular, participants in the financial services sector generally hire seasoned, educated, and intimately familiar candidates to serve in executive roles.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is no exception to this financial industry standard, having worked for one of Brazil’s largest financial institutions and banks, Banco Bredesco, for more than 45 years. Mr. Trabuco got his start in life by first attending the University of Sâo Paulo, studying Philosophy. Immediately after the completion of that bachelor’s-level degree, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi worked towards and quickly earned a master’s degree in Sociopsychology at – as one could reasonably guess – the School of Sociology and Politics Foundation of Sâo Paolo.

Unsure of his future career, Mr. Trabuco found employment at Banco Bradesco in 1969, at the ripe, young age of 18. He started to work in Marília, both the place Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was born in 1951, as well as the same city in which Bradesco was founded back in 1943. After two years as a clerk, Luis Carlos Trabuco Cappi moved to Brazil’s largest city, Sâo Paolo, to fulfill an empty position at Bradesco’s headquarters.

Thirteen years following the selfless move back to Sâo Paolo, more than five hours away from Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi’s birth city when traveling as fast as legally allowed by vehicle, the future Bradesco executive, earned the title of Director of Marketing. Less than one decade later, roughly eight years after 1984’s repositioning in the field of Marketing, Mr. Trabuco became first the Executive Director, and later the President, of his employer’s private pension servicer. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was named the Executive Vice President in 1998, five years later being President of Bradesco’s insurance company.

Representing the best interests of his longtime employer, Banco Bradesco would have had to engage in about six years of regular business to reach a level of organic growth equal to that achieved when Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi headed the purchase of HSBC Holdings’ Brazilian Branch. The Chairman of Bradesco’s Board of Directors, Lázaro Brandâo, has the final say in important transactions, rule changes, and other dealings of importance. Fortunately for Mr. Trabuco, the Chairman of the Board, and, more importantly, Banco Bradesco itself, Mr. Brandâo approved the transaction shortly after Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi decided to pull the trigger. The bank also had to receive approval from Brazilian regulatory agencies.

The same year of the HSBC Holdings transaction’s finalization, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi even received the award of Entrepreneur of the Year in Finance from Brazilian magazine news media giant Istoé Dinheiro.

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How Igor Cornelsen Left His Mark On Brazilian Banking

 

Brazil’s Finest Banker

The story of Igor Cornelsen and his work as one of the most respected bankers and investors of Brazil is simply amazing. Born in Brazil he made a name for himself in the world of banking. His career involved taking positions in the most respect banks in the country before he finally called it quits in 2010. Despite his retirement Cornelsen continues to involve himself in financial endeavors. Although his work as a investor has generated millions he considers this a hobby. Even when Igor Cornelsen is enjoying leisure he showing his talent for sound and profitable investment.

 

 

The Investment Guru

Cornelsen enjoys helping others achieve his level of success. To help others make smart investment decisions he currently runs a blog to disseminate information about sound decision making. He is particularly interested in helping others understand how to invest in Brazil. The banks of Brazil provide amazing opportunities for investors even during times of economic decline. In 2014 the two largest banks of Brazil, Itau Unibanco and Banco Bradesco, saw their shares increase by around a third. Cornelsen understands this very well and provides advice on how to see the best returns on investment possible.

 

 

The Hardest Working Retiree

The most amazing part of Igor Cornelsen’s retirement is the way he continues to stay Busy. Even though he currently enjoys retirement in southern Florida this hasn’t stopped him from giving sound advice on how to properly invest in Brazil. As the Brazilian economy grows and interacts with the global economy the solid advice of Cornelsen will prove even more important than ever.  PRLog.org has the full story, and Cornelsen’s tale of why Brazil is the perfect investment.