The Role Played by Marcio Alaor of BMG in his Homeland

Marcio Alaor is the executive Vice President of Banco BMG, one of the largest private banks in Brazil. He has been playing a big role of supporting his rural home town especially on matters to do with agriculture and other programs meant to change and improve the lives of those living in that area. Santo Antonio do Monte is Alaor’s home city and he has partnered with local authority in the area to support food court program. Due to his work, Alaor was honored by the leaders and residents of this area, to appreciate the work he has been doing especially supporting the Exhibition Park, and now the food court.
Local officials attended the function to acknowledge the role Marcio Alaor has played in giving back to the society where he was brought up. The honor was meant to show how the executive of BMG is committed to his roots through the support he has always provided to Santo Antonio do Monte. Alaor believes this city has potential to achieve greater things like the municipality is recognized as the largest producer of milk in the region. This city managed to achieve this great potential despite lacking adequate land to favor farming.
Banco BMG is recognized across Brazil for providing affordable payroll loans to those employed in the private and public sectors. The bank targets clients whose rate of default is very low, and this has made it stand out among other lenders in the country. Marcio Alaor has ensured the bank’s position is maintained, as new strategies are developed to counter competition from other banks. As an entrepreneur, Alaor encouraged other successful entrepreneurs to this of this city and collaborate together and help it in changing the lives of residents.
Alaor accepted the title accorded to him, and he thanked the entire team that has partnered with him in ensuring that Santo Antonio do Monte is food secure. Vilmar Octavian, the head of the Rural Union thanked Marcio Alaor for his major role he has played for the city. He believes the support the executive of BMG has provided is fundamental for the union, because it will continue with its initiative of helping farmers in the area. On his part, the mayor of the city, Wilmar Son, stressed the fact that they transformed a structure that was used as a warehouse to be used as a storage facility for food grain, as a great achievement they made.
Alaor was grateful for the accolades he received, because he received them while still alive unlike many instances when such honors are attribute to those who have died. He is highly privileged to be associated with crucial development programs in his rural homeland.

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