Luiz Carlos Trabuco – Continuing Bradesco’s Leadership Legacy
Banking Sector , Brazilian Leader / March 9, 2018

Octavio de Lazari Junior was chosen by Bradesco to replace Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi as President of Banco Bradesco. De Lazari Junior will formally assume office on March 12, 2013. Luiz Carlos Trabuco will hold his position as Chairman of the Board until the date mentioned above. Bradesco commented that the extension of Luiz Carlos Trabuco’s command was due to the age limit allowance, which was 65 years or less before it became 67 years or less in September 2016 according to valor.com.br. Likewise, the transition of authority would have not been practical at that time because of Marco Antonio Rossi’s death. He was the supposed successor as Chief Executive Officer and the resignation of Lazaro Brandao. Octavio De Lazari Junior at present is Bradesco Seguros Group’s Chief Executive Officer, and is similarly the Executive Vice President of Banco Bradesco. There were other candidates who were also considered for the Presidential seat at Banco Bradesco and they are Vice President Andre Cano – Human Resources Department, Vice President Marcelo Noronha – Cards and Investment, Vice President Josue Pancini – Agency Network Head, Vice President Alexander Gluher – Investors Relations, and Vice President Mauricio Minas – Technology Department. Read more: Bradesco…

Luiz Carlos Trabuco’s Continuing Influence At Bradesco Will See The Bank Continue To Grow And Take On Its Competitors
Banking Sector , Expert in Business / November 10, 2017

For the last seven years, it has been virtually impossible to speak of Bradesco without mentioning Luiz Carlos Trabuco in the same breath. This due to the fact that since his appointment as the Brazilian bank’s president in 2009, he has guided it through a period of consistent growth despite being faced with tough industry conditions on a few occasions. Now, his close to five-decade at the bank is set to continue for a lot longer as he takes over the position of chairman of the board from the outgoing Lazaro Brandao. Having been the vice chairman of the board for the last three years, Luiz Carlos Trabuco is expected to fit seamlessly into his new role. With Luiz Carlos Trabuco taking up the position of chairman, Bradesco will also have to select a new president. As has long been the bank’s tradition, it is expected that Bradesco will overlook external talents and instead select a new leader from among its current crop of executives. The decision on who the next president will be is set to be made in March 2018. With a thriving corporate university and seven current vice presidents, the chances of Bradesco selecting a competent leader…