Luiz Carlos Trabuco Reign Is Almost Over

When Amador Aguiar founded Bradesco, he had the vision for it to be a democratic bank serving of its economic and social development throughout the country. It helped the people by giving services to immigrants, farmers, and small traders, also the traditional public banking houses, which entrepreneurs and large landowners formed.

After Amador retired, he was succeeded by three more CEOs, and now a fourth one is about to be chosen. The three are Lázaro Brandão, Cypriano, and the current president, Luiz Carlos. Luiz Carlos took over the presidency in 2009. He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy, Science, and Letters in the University of São Paulo.

In 1969, he began working in the bank as a clerk. The position of the president of the Bradesco Group of Insurance and Pension Plans and vice-president of Banco Bradesco was his while he was 47. He gained the presidency of the bank he worked at, Bradesco Seguros. He led it made Bradesco a 40% profit to date.

Recognized as one of the most preferred Brazilian executives by foreign investors, Luiz has been a leader in all the departments in his business and success was never far behind. For instance, he took a huge risk by buying HSBC in Brazil for $5.2 million and later made it a success. All the work Carlos did never went unrecognized. In August 2015, he was given an award for the entrepreneur of the year in finance, and he continued to win numerous awards and honors. His hard work paid.

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Luiz has successfully headed Brazil’s Banco Bradesco SA for many years and but early next year the internal candidates of the bank will recruit another CEO to take up the role. The maximum age for a president in Bradesco to retire is 65. Mr. Luiz Carlos will hold the chairman and CEO post for a short while before resignation. In March, 30 days before the bank’s shareholder assembly, the information about the new leader of Banco Bradesco will be released.

Luiz predicted that the decision would be made earlier and he calls it a “process” but the point about the next ‘Luiz Carlos’ not being chosen was made clear by him. What he made crystal was the fact that the next leader will be a member of the board of Bradesco. He also highlighted that the company is segmented, complex and extensive and this will help in making the right choice for a successor.

Luiz gave an example of himself taking us back to when he was a candidate for vice president, and he said before he was chosen that his career was looked into for a very long time. This statement led the listeners to fill in the blanks; the same has been done for the next CEO.

However, the vice presidents in line to be chosen for the institution are six. They include Domingos Marcelo de Araújo Noronha who is responsible for the area of cards and the investment bank; André Rodriguez Cano, in charge of Human Resources and Figueiredo de Abreu who acts as the vice president of treasury and credit. Also Josué Augusto Pancini, a vice president responsible for the entire service network and Prime; Alexandre da Silva Glüher is the director of investor relations; Octavio of Lazari Junior acts as the president of Bradesco Seguros.

The announcement came forth as a surprise to all, but after the buzz about a new leader, the press, people and most importantly the bank’s customers and employees are eager to know the person who will fill the big shoes hopefully for the next few years left by Luiz Carlos.

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Rowing Tradition Continues To Grow At Orange Coast College

In the sport of rowing, the need for an academic institution to build a positive history of success is one of the key ingredients to attracting the best oars-people in the nation as they move from high school to college. Orange Coast College itself has a history dating back to its establishment as a two-year school in 1947 with classes starting in 1948, a short history when compared to many of the leading crews at college level drawing on a history lasting more than a century for many of the top four-year institutions in the nation. Learn more: https://www.linkedin.com/edu/orange-coast-college-20116

 

Despite its short life and community college standing, Orange Coast College has built one of the nations most impressive rowing programs dating back through much of the history of the school based on the Costa Mesa coast of California. An impressive 11 national titles have been won by the novice crew of Orange Coast College as the program continues to attract rowers to both the male and female crews consisting of those who have the chance to go on to a strong career in a thoroughly amateur sport. Learn more: https://www.facebook.com/orangecoastcollege/

 

Not only have members of the Prange Coast College rowing crew won numerous national titles but an equally impressive ten athletes have progressed from the Californian academic institution to appear at the World Championships and Olympic Games. Unlike many leading rowing programs, the destination is not always to arrive on the crew of Orange Coast College with athletes moving on to four-year schools including UC Berkely, Stanford, and Boston University.

 

Born on a portion of the disused Santa Ana Army Base in 1947, Orange Coast College has been building a strong reputation as one of the leading two-year trades-based colleges in the nation. The transfer rate to four-year institutions has risen over the years to position Orange Coast College as one of the top 100 of the more than 5,000 colleges offering programs in the U.S. A student body of more than 24,000 are offered an educational experience accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.