Luiz Carlos Trabuco Bradesco CEO Has Chosen His Successor

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Bradesco CEO has been a part of Bradesco since he was 17 years old. When he was a teenager he was hired at the bank as a clerk. He quickly showed an aptitude for the job and an intrest in banking, and as the years went by, he held many differnt positions at the back. Luiz Carlos Trabuco had been an employee of Brudesco for four decades when he was appointed President and CEO of Bradesco by the previous president and CEO. Trabuco holds a post-graduate degree from the University of San Paulo’s School of Politics as well as an undergraduate degree from the University of San Paulo in Philosophy, Arts, and the Sciences. Visit the website weforum.org to learn more about Trabuco Bradesco.

Luis Carlos Trabuco Bradesco CEO has had an integral part in the banks success. He was appointed CEO by his predicessor who believed that Trabuco had demonstrated the skills and aptitude needed to make the bank a success. When Bredesco aquired the Brazilian branch of HCSB bank, Trabuco Bradesco CEO was an intrigal part of that merger. He helped make sure that the 5.2 million aquisition went smoothly and that it was ultimately profitable for Bradesco, which is the second largest bank in Brazil. His responsibilty the to the bank was large, and he will continue to prove that he can handle the responsibilty when he hands off the bank to the successor he has chosen.

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Luiz Carlos Trabuco Bradesco CEO, along with the rest of the Bradesco board, has chosen Octavio Lazari Jr, to take over from Trabuco when he leaves to become Chairman of the board. Lazari Jr, was vice president of Bradesco before he was given the appointment of president. He is also the president of Bradesco Seguros group, a position he will continue to hold. He is a former soccer star who joined the bank as employee when he was 15 with the help and insitance of his father. He never had any aspirations to run a bank, but he eventually gave up his soccer career to persue his career in banking. He was prompted by an aptitude test that he took. Read this article at Glamurama.

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