IFR LatAm Investor Series: Brazil Roundtable 2022 - Participants

IFR LatAm Investor Series: Brazil Roundtable 2022
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Bianca Nasser
CFO and head of IR, Votorantim Cimentos
Bianca Nasser has been global CFO and investor relations officer for Votorantim Cimentos since March. She was previously CFO and investor relations officer at development bank BNDES responsible for finance, accounting, tax, investor relations and the office of the controller, and worked for Petrobras from 2002 to 2019, latterly as executive manager of corporate finance and treasury. She has a bachelor’s degree in economics from UFRJ, the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, and a master’s degree in business administration and finance from PUC-Rio.

Marcos Assumpcao

Marcos Assumpcao
Director of corporate finance, Suzano
Marcos Assumpcao is corporate finance director of Suzano responsible for the treasury, M&A, credit and insurance departments. He has worked as head of equity research at Itau BBA, specialising in steel and mining and paper and pulp industries and worked for four years at Merrill Lynch. He graduated from Federal University of Brasilia (UnB) and holds an MBA of COPPEAD from UFRJ.

Otavio Ladeira de Medeiros

Otavio Ladeira de Medeiros
National Treasury undersecretary, Public Debt Office, Ministry of Finance
Otavio Ladeira de Medeiros is undersecretary at Brazil’s National Treasury responsible for the Public Debt Office, a position he took on in May 2021. From June 2016, he was deputy treasury secretary, national treasury secretary between December 2015 and May 2016, and undersecretary of planning and fiscal statistics from April to November 2015.

He has also represented the government on the boards and fiscal councils of public and private companies and was a consultant to the World Bank and the IMF between 2007 and 2014.

Paulo A C Bernardo

Paulo A C Bernardo
CEO and country head, Scotiabank Brazil
Paulo Bernardo leads Scotiabank’s corporate banking operation in Brazil with clients in the energy, power, infrastructure and mining. He joined Scotiabank in 2011 as a managing director responsible for developing the corporate banking business in Brazil and worked at another multinational financial services group overseeing client coverage, business planning, strategy and marketing in corporate banking. He has a business degree from the Catholic University in Sao Paulo and an MBA from University of Sao Paulo.

Keith Mullin

Keith Mullin
Director and founder, KM Capital Markets (moderator)
Keith Mullin is founder and director of KM Capital Markets, a media and thought-leadership consultancy and adviser for banking, capital markets, sustainable finance, financial regulation and related topics. Before setting up KM Capital Markets in 2018, Mullin spent more than 30 years in specialist banking media and related fields, latterly in the thought-leadership group of the capital markets insights group of Thomson Reuters, now Refinitiv. He was previously editor-in-chief of the company’s capital markets publishing group, which includes IFR.

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