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Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi Takes Over Second Largest Bank In Brazil

Bradesco represents one of the most extensive banking and financial service institutions in Brazil. It maintains 5, 314 branches all over the country along with more than 4, 800 service branches, and over 38, 000 “Bradesco Expresso” or Express units. Bradesco’s renowned 91-year old chairman Lazaro de Mello Brandao just bowed out after 25 years of service which prompted a succession battle in the country’s second-biggest bank according to market value. At present, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi serves as the chief executive officer and chairman until the board votes on the new CEO in March. Who is Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi? Born on October 6, 1951, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi grew up in Marilia (Sao Paolo), Brazil. He studied at the reputable School of Philosophy, Sciences, and Literature of Sao Paolo. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi began a colorful career at Bradesco in April of 1969. He became a department director…

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Tony Petrello Goes Out Of His Way To Help Houston This Last Fall

Tony Petrello probably isn’t mentioned enough for his acts of kindness and generosity both to employees in his company and to people around Houston. It was put on display this last fall when Hurricane Harvey hit the city hard and left many people without homes, and those who did still have their homes went without power and water for days. Petrello is the CEO of Nabors Industries, and in the days following the hurricane’s strike he granted company employees time off to take care of their families if affected by it, and time to volunteer in the cleanup operations with compensation for it. Petrello also helped start a company fundraiser which he pledged to match funds for, and he ended up giving over $173,000 to relief. As the CEO of Nabors Industries, Tony Petrello manages one of the largest US oil drilling companies with stations located all around the globe,…

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Dr. Mark Holterman is a surgeon and pediatrician Who is Committed to Helping Patients through Charity

Cases of type 2 diabetes in kids of less than 20 years has been on the rise in the United States. This is an issue of concern for Dr. Mark Holterman, a surgeon, and pediatrician associated with the American Diabetes Association (ADA), who feels that a solution to it must be found soon. He was among the doctors who actively took part in a diabetes sensitization program that was conducted in September this year as a joint effort by ADA and the Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. The initiative was dubbed the Camp Power Up and sought to curb the rising cases of diabetes among children by sensitizing them and encouraging them to live a healthy life. According to Dr. Mark Holterman, the disease can be eradicated by having kids eating healthy food and engaging in activities that get their young bodies physically fit.   The Camp Power Up was both…