New President To Replace luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi At Bradesco

     It was on Monday in Sao Paulo, Brazil where Banco Bradesco organization made its announcements. They said that they will have a new president who will be there to replace the retiring president Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi in his executive board position. It will force Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi to remain as the president and head of the council where he will be the head of executive position until an ordinary general meeting takes place. The man to replace Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is Octavio de Lazari.

Lazari Junior, who is 54 years old is among the people that had been named and quoted to succeed Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi. Octavio started working for the bank when he was just 15 years old where he acting as a branch agency at Outubro street 12, which is a popular shopping street located in Sao Paulo. This is after he had abandoned his dream of playing football. He used to play for Palmeiras during that time and decided to work for the bank unit. In the bank, Octavio’s father was a client and his father used the good relationship with the manager of the bank to seek a position for his son.

Octavio said that he was given a chance and they decided to choose him for the job. The act of being the president was something that Octavio didn’t think about in his head. The best thing was that Octavio had an opportunity where he could improve himself, go via many different areas and study. He also said that he had enough time and work to be able to seek for retirement from the INSS, Octavio didn’t require that benefit.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi said that Octavio had to work very hard in his new position. The succession was to begin in October and this is the second largest bank in the country as a private sector. When Octavio had resigned from being the chairmanship of the board of directors in the bank, its Trabuco that had ascended to the collegiate presidency. It was during the time that the bank wanted the new president to be from the finance staff in the institution.

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