Luiz Carlos Trabuco was born on October 6, 1951. Raised in Marilia, Sao Paulo, Trabuco received his undergraduate degree from Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of the University of Sao Paulo and a graduate degree from Foundation School of Sociology and Politics of Sao Paulo.

Mr. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi began his career at Banco Bradesco in April 1969. He has held all the positions of the hierarchical scale of the bank. He was appointed a department director in January 1984, a managing officer in 1998 and an executive vice president in 1999. In 2009, Trabuco was elected chief executive officer of Banco Bradesco.

During his tenure as CEO of Banco Bradesco, the bank doubled its size – from R $ 32 billion of assets in 2003 to R $ 78 billion in 2010. In his first year of administration, the bank’s return on equity rose from 22 % to 29%.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco also heads other affiliate companies of Bradesco Organization; he is the managing director of FIMADEN. He is also a sitting member of the board of directors of the Brazilian Federation of Bank Association (FEBRABAN).

Awards and Recognitions

Luiz Carlos Trabuco has received several awards and recognitions throughout his career. In 2015, Trabuco was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Dinheiro. In 2009, Trabuco was named to the list of 100 most influential Brazilians in the country. He was named Insurance Personal of the Year in 2007.

About Banco Bradesco

Banco Bradesco is one of the largest private banks in Brazil. The bank was founded in 1943 in Marilia, Sao Paulo by Amador Aguiar, a prominent Brazilian entrepreneur and banker. Bradesco has grown mostly through mergers and acquisition. This strategy has helped Bradesco to become the second largest bank in Brazil by assets (R$ 830.5 billion). The bank is headquartered in Osasco, Sao Paulo and has 5,314 branches that service more than 16.8 million customers.

The bank offers a comprehensive range of banking and financial products to individuals, small and medium-sized enterprises and large companies. It also provides its services and products to domestic and international corporations and institutions. It operates in different segments, including:

• Banking Segment – This segment is made up of financial institutions and holding companies. The companies are responsible for providing customers with banking products and services. These include credit and debit cards, depository and custody services, receipt and payment collection and processing, investment banking and international banking.

• Insurance Group Segment – The bank’s insurance group comprises of pension plan, insurance, and capitalization bond companies. These companies manage pension plans as well as provide insurance coverages to both individual and corporate clients.

Bradesco Bank is constantly expanding. It recently acquired BBVA’s Brazilian subsidiary, American Express Brazilian subsidiary, J.P. Morgan Fleming Asset Management, Banco Ibi S.A. – Banco Múltiplo subsidiary and Ibi Services S. de R. L. México subsidiary. In 2016, the bank acquired the Brazilian unit of HSBC for $5.2 billion. The acquisition involved the integration of HSBC’s 851 branches, more than 19,000 employees and 5 million clients into the Bradesco Bank.

Sheldon Lavin is the CEO of OSI Group. He has worked hard in that position and he has been able to do a lot for the company in the time that he has been working there. As a CEO, he has made some major changes to OSI Group and that has been beneficial in the way that things work with the company. Thanks to everything that Sheldon Lavin has done with OSI Group, the company has been able to grow and has had a lot of success.

Because of this, Sheldon Lavin is going to continue to create more opportunities for the company. He wants to show people that they can get what they are looking for from the food industry provider and that they will be able to enjoy everything that the company has to offer thanks to the experiences that people have had with the business.

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Since OSI Group has been in business, they have been providing their food to people around the world. Although they are the biggest supplier of food for McDonald’s, they also work with other major chains like Subway and Starbucks. All of this is also included with the smaller businesses that the company works with. They are just as dedicated to the small pizza shops in small towns as they are to the major corporations like Subway and Starbucks. Sheldon Lavin has helped to grow these smaller relationships and has created a culture within the OSI Group that has a sharing environment for everyone in it.

For Sheldon Lavin, running OSI Group is something that he is comfortable with and confident in. He has come a long way from his previous CEO positions. He even won the Global Visionary Award in 2016 because of the work that he did.

Sheldon Lavin tried to make sure that OSI Group was as sustainable as possible and that was one of the biggest reasons that he won the award and why he was able to make a change for the people who worked with the company and who were a part of the company that worked in the food industry.

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