Bradesco’s Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi And The New Leadership Style That Would Define Its Future

The brave fight for the obstacles that are not for them, but for the benefit of the community, employees or a large section of a layer of the society. It is interesting to note that not many in the modern society we live in seem to acknowledge the importance of such leadership and courage. For the community to sustain its operations, a leader should always have the virtues and courage to face the risks. One of the few banks today that understand the importance of a good business leader is Bradesco, and Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is one of the leaders today that understand the importance of such values.

The Leave of Bradesco’s Leader

There are so many kinds of challenges that Bradesco faces today, but one of them would be the fact that there would be a new leadership to happen under its management according to The courage and other virtues ingrained in the bank may be abjured by the next manager, and that’s going to cost a lot to the bank’s finance system. There are going to be hidden risks in the new administration, and these include getting a leader that can abuse their discretion, abuse their process positions and hide costs that may risk the company’s blowup. We should understand, too, that many things can withstand the new changes in our economic set-up or in the way technology is changing the world today, and that’s going to be something that Bradesco’s new leadership should prepare for.

It is also reported from The Folha website that Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi will be one replacing Brandao as the head of the board as Brandao is exiting the bank. The vacancy of the vice-presidency would also mean that Bradesco would be getting Carlos Alberto Rodrigues Guilherme as the new vice president.

The Maturation

It is in the expert opinion of Luiz Cappi, who also used to be Bradesco’s CEO, that the new changes in the management would mean a significant and progressive maturity of the bank regarding innovation and management style. Right now, it has also been official, too, that Luiz Cappi’s leadership has been the central contributor of leveraging the operations of Bradesco as a tool to rebuild the almost impecunious level of economy of Brazil. He’s been able to consolidate different sections of the bank and use his expertise to overhaul Bradesco for the better. One of the critical decisions he made that turned out highly positive was the fact that he led the acquisition of HSBC in Brazil.

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The Crumbling Government

A government has to be decentralized to make it less abstract and make it more accountable to those who lead it. This is also what Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi believes. He thinks that what makes the banking system of Brazil a bit problematic is because the government is crumbling. It doesn’t seem to have a decentralized unit that could respond to the needs of the community as a grassroots system. What it has is an abstract central network with no one to account for the mistakes.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi

In 1992 Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, after being the Director of Marketing would become the Executive Director and President of Bradesco’s private pension company until 1998. In 1999 Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was become the Vice President of Bradesco, and the Chief Executive. In 2009, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi would become Bradesco’s next president.


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