Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi only wants what is best for his country and he works hard to better its economy through his financial involvement in the insurance industry, banking systems, and corporate investment projects. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was born in Marilla, Brazil. He graduated from Sao Paulo University with a postgraduate degree and a Master’s degree.
Mr. Cappi has served as the Executive Director of Brazil’s prestigious Banco Bradesco corporation from 2009 to the first quarter of 2018. He also served as its Chairman of the Board of Directors. Luiz began his first career job after graduation as a clerk with Bradesco. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has held many key managerial positions with the bank as he moved his way up the Banco Bradesco ladder of success.
His various Bradesco career positions have included President of the Council of Representatives; Executive Board member of the National Confederation of Financial Institutions; Marketing CEO; member of the Investor Relations Office; member of Bradesco’s Geneva Switzerland Honorable Council; member of Brazil’s International Forum under the auspices of the Ministry of Industry, Development, and Foreign Trade.
As the leader of Banco Bradesco, its assets and equity trades has increased exponentially making it the second largest bank in Brazil. Luiz Carlos is recognized for his successful business skills, his outside-the-box thinking, and his inventive business systems.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi runs his businesses based on personal standards that he creates for himself and his staff. As the CEO of Banco Bradesco, he continually met with his directors and managers to ensure that everyone in Banco Bradesco were working within his customer service and trustworthy business tenets.
Mr. Cappi said principles like these also trickle down to the other staff members. The reputation of Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is centered around his character attributes of corporate honesty and transparency.
Even though he retired from Banco Bradesco, Luiz firmly believes that the future of the Brazilian economy is a good one because the country is showing tremendous growth and stability.
Mr. Cappi has been awarded many accolades throughout his corporate years, which includes the 2009 Don Quixote Trophy, the 2015 Entrepreneur of the Year, and the 2016 Best CEO in Brazil by Forbes Magazine.