Bradesco Bank S.A. is one of the largest banks in Brazil. It was first established on March 10, 1943, in the city of Marília, São Paulo. It was a pioneer in the Brazilian banking industry in a number of ways. First, the managers of their banks directly interacted with the customers who had accounts with them. They also were the first bank in Brazil to introduce juvenile accounts so that the children of their banking customers could also become accustomed to saving money in an account and earning interest.
Amador Aguiar was the founder of Bradesco Bank. His goal was to expand the bank across the nation and be a bank that worked for the people. He also wanted his bank to contribute to the economic and social well-being of the communities in which it operated. He was able to soon expand the bank to seven branches in the southern portion of Brazil.
At the time Bradesco Bank was established bankers pretty much only catered to wealthy people like owners of large amounts of land and entrepreneurs. Bradesco Bank was different in that while it provided services to these people they also served people like farmers, immigrants, and small business owners. The managers of each branch sat down with clients and taught them how to do things like balance an account and how to write a check.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has been the chief executive officer of this bank since March 10, 2009. He had first joined Bradesco Bank back on April 17, 1969, soon after graduating from college. Over the course of his career he has worked for this bank as well as its subsidiaries in ever-increasing positions of responsibility.
Attending the University of Sao Paulo, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has an undergraduate degree he earned at their Philosophy, Sciences, Languages, and Arts Faculty. He then attended this university’s School of Sociology and Politics in order to earn a post-graduate degree. Since then he has gradually worked his way up to the upper executive positions at Bradesco Bank.
During his banking career, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi had worked for several years for Bradesco Vida e Previdencia S.A. as their president for several years. At another subsidiary, Bradesco Providencia Seguros S.A., he was hired as the CEO. He has also been a departmental director as well as a managing director. After becoming the CEO of Bradesco Bank he set about incorporating its strategic vision and making sure that the bank meets the needs of those in the communities in which it operates across Brazil.
Up until recently, Lázaro Brandão was the president of the board of directors for this bank. He resigned from his position in November 2017 which had been in the plans for a while now. When speaking about this resignation, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi said that he has spent quite a bit of time recently deciding who should replace him in this position. He made the decision that the new president would come from the ranks of those who already serve on the bank’s board of directors. As it turns out he was made the new president of the bank, which left a vacancy as he was serving on the board himself.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has yet to choose his successor on the board. He says that they have until March to make a decision so they are going through their routine process of deciding who the new board member will be. He also added that he would continue as CEO of the bank in order to provide its stability during its ongoing missions of providing banking services to everyone.
Learn more about Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi: http://economia.estadao.com.br/noticias/negocios,estamos-com-o-dedo-no-gatilho-para-emprestar-dinheiro-diz-presidente-do-bradesco,70002160257