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Luiz Carlos Trabuco Is Set To Remain The Main Man At Bradesco

Just as is the case with people, each organization can be said to have its own unique personality. This personality is often termed the “corporate culture” and typically denotes the aggregate of the values, traits, and beliefs within the organization. It determines how interactions are conducted both within and outside the company. While corporate culture is not typically written down, it is expressly implied among its employees and practices. One of the areas where the corporate culture us reflected in is hiring decisions. Bradesco, arguably one of the banks with the most defined corporate cultures in Brazil, is set to make its biggest hiring decision yet (that of company president) and it is expected that its corporate culture will play a central role.

The recent succession process at Bradesco has commenced as a result of the long-time chair of the board, Lazaro Brandao announcing his decision to leave the bank after more than seven decades. The place of the 91-year old veteran banker will now be filled by Bradesco’s vice chairman of the board and current president, Luiz Carlos Trabuco. This has, in turn, left a void in the presidency position that needs to be filled. According to the bank’s bylaws, however, a new president cannot be selected until after the next annual general meeting set for March 2018. Consequently, Luiz Carlos Trabuco will serve in the position of chairman and president for at least the next five months.

When it comes to hiring decisions, the corporate culture at Bradesco has typically been to select senior leaders from within the organization. This strategy has been applied with each of the bank’s previous three presidents, Lazaro Brandao, Marcio Cypriano and Luiz Carlos Trabuco, who had all been with the organization for considerable periods of time before being selected for the position. Consequently, the next president at the bank is expected to be selected from among its current seven vice presidents. Whoever gets selected, however, will have very big shoes to fill as the last seven years under Luiz Carlos Trabuco have been some of the most prosperous for the bank in recent history.

More on Luiz Carlos Trabuco

Luiz Carlos Trabuco has been working at Bradesco for the last 48 years. He joined the bank as a teenager, working as a clerk in his hometown’s branch. Over the years, however, he matured significantly as both an individual as a banker. He has held numerous positions at the bank including that of the marketing director, and president of the bank’s largest subsidiary, Bradesco Seguros. His time at Bradesco Seguros was particularly successful as he managed in only a six-year stay to double the company’s value and cement its position as the leading insurance company in the country. He was then in 2009, appointed to become the president of Bradesco.

Unsurprisingly, Luiz Carlos Trabuco’s diligent approach to all the positions that he has held over the course of his extensive career has earned him numerous accolades. Among the earliest awards, he was feted with was the insurance personality of the year award in 2003. He received the honor on account of having a very successful first year at Bradesco Seguros. His understanding of the insurance industry would again see him win the award in 2007, two years before he left the subsidiary to become the president of Bradesco. Since becoming president of the bank, he was in 2015 named the entrepreneur of the year in the finance category by Money magazine. Equally, Forbes magazine included his name in its 2016 list of the top 100 chief executive officers in Brazil.

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Axiom Ventures: Providing Financial Solutions to Film and TV Companies

Many successful entrepreneurs have experienced the serendipity of relevant business ideas when they were working on other ideas; Tobias Jaeger, the co-founder and managing partner at Axiom Venture Capital, can attest to this. The idea to start Axiom Ventures came up when he least expected it. Tobias has been an entrepreneur since he was college; pursuing different business ideas at a time. While he was working on Axiom Pictures—a company meant to finance films—he saw an opportunity that culminated in the founding of Axiom Venture Capital.

Axiom Venture Capital, unlike Axiom Pictures, focusses on funding all the products pursued by TV and film companies. Tobias realized that many television and film companies were willing to be financed to produce different products that would enable them to be proper entertainment sources rather than focusing on a single product. Axiom Venture is interested in startups in the entertainment industry as well as well-established companies; the company offers corporate financing instead of project financing. As at present, Tobias Jaeger is at the helm of the company that he co-founded. He is also in charge of merger & acquisitions, corporate finance, and consulting duties of the enterprise.

Tobias is an experienced entrepreneur. In 20017 when he was at Maastricht University, Netherlands, he thought of a noble business idea that led him to form “Business Associates Europe.” The company would provide strategic consulting services to corporations. But being a student, there is no way he would knock on any established company’s door and expect to be taken seriously with his calls for consultancy. However, Tobias is as innovative as they come: he linked experienced consultants with students in a move that both parties would benefit. Students were tasked with researching portfolios of well-performing companies in the region, and the consultants would use the information.

When he left college, Tobias saw an opportunity in the e-gaming industry. He teamed up with a renowned poker player to create an online platform referred to as “StrategosPoker.” The platform aimed to transform casual poker players to professional poker players.

Tobias is passionate about personality empowered. He demonstrated his passion when he became the Managing Director of Entrepreneur Academy. The Academy provides studies that enable individuals to reach peak performance in careers or entrepreneurship. The Academy is proud of its alumni who are business leaders in the Middle East and parts of Europe. Tobias has also been involved with “Thought for Food.”

 

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Norman Pattiz launches a new weekly show hosted by Norman Lear

On newswire in April 2017, Norman Pattiz introduced the man behind celebrated sitcoms that graced many screens. Norman Lear directed and produced the Jefferson, Good times among others. Mr. Lear will be taking part on the weekly podcast with conversations ranging from comedy, music, politics, and current events to social issues. Celebrity guests such as Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Amy Poehler, America Ferrera and Jerrod Carmichael will be taking part in the podcast and also joining him will be his great friend and composer Paul Hipp. The podcast is set to kick off in May with new episodes running every Monday and hosted by podcastone.com. PodcastOne founder and Chairman; Norman Pattiz is ecstatic to be having such a legendary director and producer grace his network. The podcastOne is the nation’s front-runner when it comes to commercial. Norman Pattiz also owns the Radio giant Westwood that hosts more than 200 podcasts such as Adam Carolla, Shaquille O’Neal, and Steve Austin among others.
Pattiz was highly rated by the Forbes magazine for his income generating media. His experience spans over 40 years in radio association. Starting with Courtside Entertainment Group and later on the podcastOne. His accomplishments have seen him chosen by President Clinton and also President Bush who renewed his engagement to serve on the Broadcasting Board of Governors of the U.S. The position of the board is to oversee the nonmilitary broadcasting services.
40 million listeners thanks to Norman Pattiz can access the America’s Arabic language radio and television services that reach out to all 22 countries in the Middle East, including Farsi language broadcasting to Iran. In 2009, he became the National Radio Hall of Fame inductee, also bagging the Giants of Broadcasting Award given to him by the Library of American Broadcasting. He assumes other responsibilities from being a council member of foreign relations and member of the governing board at the University of California. He is also the chairman of the board of governors at Los Alamos National Laboratory and a chairperson at Lawrence Livermore Security. With the various titles up his sleeve, Norman at 74 years of age is unrelenting and continues serving in different capacities. His role models that he highly regards for their contribution in his life, Norman Pattiz and says they are incomparable are people like Bill Paley, Steve Ross, and Dan Miller who was his first boss during his time in media sales.
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/norman-pattiz-announces-hollywoods-legendary-204000537.html

Anthony Petrello’s Professional Journey as a Legal Expert and an Executive Officer

Anthony Petrello is the longest serving CEO and executive committee and board chair of Nabors Industries Ltd. Petrello is regarded as one of the important driving forces behind the company’s success. On the other hand, Nabors Industries specializes in natural gas drilling and geothermal exploration services. The company commenced its operations in 1968 as Anglo Energy Ltd. Today, Nabors has offices in East Africa, Middle East, and the U.S.

Petrello’s Academic Background

For an executive like Petrello, success in running one of the largest drilling companies in the world relies on knowledge and experience. Anthony Petrello is an alumnus of both Yale and Harvard universities. At Harvard Law, he earned a Juris Doctor degree in law. He also earned bachelor’s and master’s of science in mathematics degrees from Yale University.

Career

After school, Petrello’s professional journey in the law field began when Baker & McKenzie appointed him as managing partner. He was in charge of the firm’s New York-based subsidiary from 1986 to 1991.

Nabors Industries Ltd

Petrello’s career progressed after his appointment as the COO of Nabors Industries back in 1991. Due to his excellence in the operations department of the company, he was promoted to president in 1992. He got the chance to serve in Nabors’ board of directors as deputy chair in 2003. Petrello was promoted to CEO nine years after his appointment as vice chair. In 2012, he was promoted to board chair, a position he still holds today.

Other Executive Roles

Besides his association with Nabors Industries, Petrello serves as a director for other companies like Stewart & Stevenson, Hilcorp Energy Company, and Texas Children’s Hospital. He previously served in the same position when working for MediaOnDemand.com. Petrello has membership in the trustees’ board of Texas Children’s Hospital. He is also known for his advocacy for medical programs aimed at treating kids with neurological problems.In 2015, Petrello’s total calculated compensation amounted to $27,512,939. He earned a salary of $1,580,777 from the amount. He also got a bonus of $7,727,000. $16,863,656 was used to purchase stocks while $1,342,206 was spent on different types of compensation.

The Philanthropy Of George Soros Covers The World

The philanthropy of George Soros has never quite hit the headlines as his work to help elect left leaning political candidates has in recent years, but Soros has made an even greater impact on philanthropy than he has through his political donations. The Open Society Foundations reports its founder, George Soros has given away a substantial amount of his own fortune to good causes in a charitable way, so far totaling more than $12 billion across a philanthropic career reported to have begun as far back as 1979; this compares favorably to the two major political contributions made to the Democratic during the course of the 21st century that occurred in 2004 and 2016 when George Soros felt the future of the entire world could be negatively affected by the emergence of extreme right wing policies being created by the advisors to President’s George W. Bush and Donald J. Trump. Visit projectsyndicate.com to know more about George.

Biography explains the work of George Soros to create a brighter and fairer future for the people of the world was influenced in a major way by his own history that began in 1930 in the European nation of Hungary; in the buildup to World War II, George Soros’ father, Tividar obtained forged papers to keep his family safe should Hungary be invaded by Nazi forces; Tividar was correct in hiding the Jewish roots of his family as the 1943 occupation of Hungary saw over 500,000 Jewish Hungarian slaughtered, but the Soros family survived. After arriving in the U.K. in 1947 as a refugee, George Soros worked his way through the London School of Economics as a porter and waiter as he completed his studies that led to the 1956 decision to move to New York and begin working on Wall Street. Learn more on Biography about George

The founder of Soros Fund Management began his own hedge fund in the 1960s and has gone on to build a personal fortune rated at over $20 billion. Building his major fortune has only made George Soros more determined than ever before to continue his career as a philanthropist and reformer seeking greater levels of fairness for every member of society; George Soros began his philanthropic career as a supporter of Cold War era resistance groups throughout Eastern Europe who he supported with equipment and funds to battle the issues faced by those living under Communist rule. Soros has now extended the reach of the Open Society Foundations and his own philanthropic funding to areas of the U.S., Africa, and Asia where restrictive government policies are oppressing the human rights of the citizens of various nations. In the U.S. George Soros has been a major supporter of efforts to reform the immigration system to allow a greater flow of refugees and immigrants into the U.S. in a legal way.

Learn more: http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2015/jan/14/george-soros-funds-ferguson-protests-hopes-to-spur/

Soros sees possibilities for criminal justice reform in local races

George Soros has long had as one of his central philanthropic goals, the reformation of America’s criminal justice system. One of the ways in which he has sought to achieve this is by ending the wide array of laws and enforcement actions that are typically referred to as the War on Drugs. In Soros’ view, this campaign, which has lasted over the last 50 years, has been a great source of injustice and abridgment of US citizens’ individual rights. It has caused huge disparities in sentencing between minorities and whites as well as leading to many nonviolent drug offenders being incarcerated in some of the nation’s worst prisons.

Soros has recently started pursuing a new strategy, which has shown a great promise so far. Although it is still a bit early in the game, the results that Soros has generated through the funding of local prosecutorial, sheriff and judge elections have been extremely encouraging. In dozens of cases, Soros has managed to replace incumbent local officials who were staunch advocates of drug war policies. Visit Project Syndicate to learn more about George.

One of the areas in which George Soros has concentrated, which shows his brilliant ability to strategize effectively, is the election of new prosecutors. In the United States, prosecutors wield perhaps more power than any other job in the government. Although it is a low-level position, relatively speaking, prosecutors hold sway over people’s live in ways that no other elected official does. Prosecutors, ultimately, decide who will go to jail and who will remain free.

For this reason, Soros has set about to systematically begin electing more progressive-minded prosecutors who are willing to use their prosecutorial discretion to effect positive changes within the system.

But Soros’s efforts have not been limited just to prosecutorial races. One of his more famous forays into electoral politics over the last year has been the large contribution that his Open Societies Foundations made to the campaign of Paul Penzone, the man running against long-time incumbent Sheriff Joe Arpaio, of Maricopa County, Arizona. Penzone was hurting for fun when Soros stepped in and infused his campaign with almost $2 million. This provided a crucial boost to his funding, allowing for massive television advertisement as well as ads on the internet. The strategy ultimately worked, with Penzone healthily defeating Arpaio in the first loss for the incumbent in over 25 years as the Maricopa County Sheriff.

Many in conservative circles view Soros’ relentless intervention in the race as a bad thing; Penzone’s ascension to power represents a major shift in the politics of one of the Southwest’s largest metropolises. It is now expected that the county famous for making its inmates wear pink will, in the future, be more hospitable towards even its criminal class. George Soros established the Open Society Foundations.

George Soros Looks To the Democracy Alliance to Continue the Fight against Donald Trump

Almost everybody has now heard the name George Soros in relation to either his success as a hedge fund manager or as a political donor, but the Hungarian born survivor of the World War II Holocaust has only recently made a triumphant return to political donating. George Soros has become one of the best known political donors largely for his major backing of Democrat John Kerry during the 2004 election; despite many conservatives name checking Soros as a major political force he largely sat out the Presidential elections of 2008 and 2012. George Soros returned to political giving in 2015 largely to respond to the issues he saw arising with the rise of many right wing extremists reaching positions of power within the Republican Party in the U.S. Read more at The New York Times about George.

Forbes reports George Soros developed his own hedge fund in 1969 and reached high levels of success as a financial expert by monitoring the political situation in nations across the globe where he believed he could take a gamble on the currency of any nation. As a globally recognized financial expert George Soros reached the public consciousness in 1992 when he correctly predicted the devaluation of the British Pound and was reported to have made $1 billion in a single day. Soros believes his own skills as a financial expert have given him the opportunity to obtain a deep understanding of how global politics work and how events can be influenced by individuals in positions of power. Politico reports George Soros was instrumental in the development of the Democracy Alliance group in 2005 that includes many of the wealthiest left wing donors to the Democrats who often look to George Soros to provide guidance about where to pledge support as major elections draw closer.

Know more: https://www.opensocietyfoundations.org/people/george-soros

The establishment of the Democracy Alliance came in the wake of the 2004 election loss of John Kerry that saw George Soros provide more than $27 million in campaign funds in a bid to defeat incumbent President George W. Bush. The group once again looks to take center stage as Politico reports Soros and his fellow liberal donors are now looking for new ways of providing funding for candidates and good causes to protect the legacy of outgoing President Barrack Obama; George Soros has already warned of the dangers to the left posed by the arrival of President Donald Trump and the rising number of Republican politicians in important positions in Washington and states across the U.S. For George Soros the need to provide an active and successful left leaning option for the people of the U.S. is not only a decision made for his own personal reasons, but also to make sure the rights of individuals around the world remain protected with the support of a caring U.S. Government.

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Jason Hope Sees Breakthrough Innovations In Coming Years

Jason Hope, Arizona’s foremost tech entrepreneur, has never been afraid to tackle the big problems.

The prolific innovator and frequent blogger has recently published a series of articles in which he questions why innovation in the U.S. has stagnated considerably over the last 60 years. Aside from the widespread adoption of personal computing and the revolution in mobile communications, Hope argues that today’s quality of life for the average American is not tremendously higher than it was in the year 1960.

How much better off are we now?

One of the comparisons that Jason Hope like to make is between cars from then versus those today. Many models from the year 1965 were nearly as fast as anything being produced today, in every dimension. A 1965 Corvette Stingray, for example, could run 0-60 in 7.1 seconds. That’s faster than probably 75 percent or more of all production cars today. A 1967 Cadillac Eldorado could travel in excess of 125 miles per hour, much faster than one can legally travel on any roadway. On top of this, the car was one of the most beautiful ever produced.

It would be a very tough argument to claim that a 2015 Hyundai is a better car than either of those mentioned. It may get better gas mileage, but many people would still gladly drive an older, more stylish car at a cost of 10 miles per gallon. So, why haven’t cars gotten materially better? Hope doesn’t fully answer this question, but he does hint at real innovation that will come with the Internet of Things.

Learn more about Jason Hope on Angel.co.