For nine years, Luiz Carlos Trabuco was the president of Bradesco; the second largest bank in Brazil. It announced earlier in the year that the 66-year old would be replaced by Octavio de Lazari Junior who was the bank’s vice president as well as Bradesco Seguros’ president. There are a few reasons why the bank decided that Mr. Lazari was the best candidate to succeed Trabuco Bradesco. Visit the website weforum.org to learn more about Trabuco Bradesco.
The Formal Process of Succession Pointed to him
As revealed by a Trabuco Bradesco statement, the appointment of Mr. Lazari to replace Trabuco was supported by bank’s formal process of succession. This was backed by an endorsement by Bradesco’s Succession and Appointment Committee.
Again, the firm revealed that the former vice president deserved the appointment to hold the former position of Trabuco Bradesco. They wanted to ensure that the leadership of the bank would be in the hands of a prominent person. In spite of all the other vice presidents who wanted the position, Lazari was the best person that they found fit to hold it. Some of them were Mauricio Minas who was in the technology department, Alexandre Glüher who was dealing with investor relations and Josué Pancini, who lead the agency network. There was also Josué Pancini; the professional responsible for cards and investment bank. Read this article at Glamurama.
There is little doubt that Trabuco Bradesco set a good example for his successor. The former president of Bradesco has had a successful career.
Trabuco started working at the tender age of seventeen; he served as a clerk at Banco Bradesco. He went through various tasks for more than fifteen years until he became one of the company’s marketing directors. He was then in charge of the banks marketing for eight years until he became the CEO of Bradesco Vida e Previdência. In 2009, he was appointed as the president of the bank; becoming its 4th president. He has won many awards and received several acknowledgements.
As Octavio de Lazari Junior takes over as the president of Bradesco Bank, it is only right that he does what will lead to the bank’s growth. Like Trabuco Bradesco before him, he ought to do it by example so that other workers are driven to give their best.