Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is an energetic face of Banco Bradesco SA leadership for the last couple of decades. He played a crucial role in taking the vision of the Brazilian banking firm forward as its Chief Executive Officer and led many strategic acquisitions, including business development plans. Interestingly, Cappi was chosen as the Chairman of the bank by the Board of Directors in October 2017. He was elected to the new role considering its previous Chairman, Lazaro de Mello Brandao, was stepping down from the role. The new role of Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi in the bank gives a number of changes in its management.
Currently, Cappi assumes the role of Chairman as well as CEO, and the situation will remain same until March 2018. The firm has set a deadline for new CEO by then, and it started its search for new CEO to lead the bank. Because the company follows a tradition of finding people to lead it from inside its organization, any of the Vice Presidents of the firm are most likely to fill the post. A Sao Paulo based newspaper, O Estado de, suggests that it would fall on Mauricio Minas, the Vice President of the firm with responsibilities of technology. The technology revolution brought by him has helped the bank to enhance the digital banking capabilities and ensured the integration of HSBC.
However, there are other thoughts that any of the six vice presidents of the firm has the opportunity. They are Marcelo de Araújo Noronha with the responsibilities of investment bank and cards, Alexandre da Silva Glüher with responsibilities of investor relations, Domingos Figueiredo de Abreu with control of treasury and credit, Josué Augusto Pancini with responsibilities of Prime and entire social network, André Rodrigues Cano with charges of Human Resource, and Octavio of Lazari Junior with responsibilities of Bradesco Seguros.
Among them, Glüher seems to have many likes as he played a key role in HSBC integration – the biggest in the bank’s history. Also, Pancini has the eligibility of the longest-serving vice president inside the bank. It is yet to see what criteria Bradesco management would consider while choosing the right candidate for the top post. Interestingly, the next CEO would not be part of the board of directors of the banking firm, Trabuco confirmed recently. Also, the vice president role of the council is going to be occupied by one of the longest-serving employees of the company, Carlos Alberto Rodrigues Guilherme.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi started his journey with Banco Bradesco in 1969 as a clerk at the age of 22. His hard work helped him to grow in the organization consistently and held various leadership roles in the recent decades. His more than four decades of expertise in the banking industry and journey with Bradesco helped him to vision better strategies for growth. Interestingly, Bradesco is the second largest banking firm in Brazil in terms of market capitalization. Trabuco became the CEO of the bank in the year 2009, and the later years saw many acquisitions including the famous HSBC integration.
Before assuming the role, Trabuco was the executive vice-president of the firm. He also served roles including Managing Director, Vice President, Department Director, and more. Apart from that, he also served as the Chairman of Odontoprev Board and was a member of ArcelorMittal Brasil Director Board. Trabuco was also the President of FENASAÚDE and ANAPP. While coming to the education, Trabuco earned his graduation in philosophy from the University of Sao Paulo. Additionally, he did post-graduation in Socio-Psychology from the University of Sao Paulo’s School of Politics and Sociology Foundation.
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