Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is a Brazilian business executive who currently holds the position of president at Bradesco. Luiz is known for his ability to apply wisdom and consistency in leadership for productivity purposes. Bradesco, on the other hand, is among the top insurance companies in Brazil.
Besides holding a high-profile position at Bradesco, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi also serves in different capacities at several companies. He has board membership in Council of Fenaseg. He is also the (EES). Luiz Carlos also held executive positions in institutions such as the National Financial Marketing Commission of the Febraban and the National Association of Private Pension.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi works with other employees of Bradesco to foster the firm’s growth. Before he was appointed to serve as , he was preceded by Amador Aguiar, Lazarus Brandào, and Cypriano. Luiz Carlos attended the and majored in an undergraduate degree program in philosophy.
Awards and accolades
The Brazilian insurance industry has benefited largely from factors such as economic stability and growth. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is on the verge of helping Bradesco achieve excellence by taking advantage of these factors. In 2007, he bagged the for his contributions to the Brazilian insurance market.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi also won the award in 2003 when he served as the board chair and . He was awarded because of his ability to translate his 38 years experience in the banking industry to results. Before serving as VP of Bradesco, he worked in the marketing department of the insurance firm as a .
The future of the Brazilian insurance market
Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi believes that the insurance industry is an extended arm of the state. He is also certain that the role of this sector is to maintain social welfare through the provision of quality and affordable plans. Luiz is positive about the future of the sector. According to him, the industry is going to progress as new technologies and opportunities continue to evolve.
A number of findings shook the American politics in the recent days, and all of them are a real concern for the democratic nature of the country that can spoil its pure people verdict spirit. The 2016 Presidential election campaign is the center point of all the controversies as it became clear that Russia played a significant role in diluting the verdict.
It can be comprehended that external meddling was due to changed campaign laws since 2010 Citizens United verdict that gave unlimited and unaccounted spending rights to business groups in the elections. It is generally perceived that Trump administration is not interested in changing the campaign finance laws to into election campaign process.
The recent revelations that foreign companies spent on Facebook ads to change the mandate showed how vulnerable the political system is. While some of those campaigns including $100,000 digital ad campaign from a Russian troll farm during 2016 election has just revealed recently, it is yet to know how much various countries have pumped into the U.S. Presidential election in 2016. Shockingly, all these corporations and foreign entities are utilizing the loopholes in the election campaigning laws. It is not just ending with a Russian troll farm. In 2016, a firm owned by Chinese nationals named American Pacific International Capital made a contribution of $1.3 million to a PAC supporting Jeb Bush. It can be believed that all these are tips of an iceberg, and there is an urgent need of legislating efficient campaign laws that can restrict these interferences.
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Interestingly, , a PAC working to nullify the effects of Citizens United verdict, confirmed that it decided to endorse Doug Jones, a Democratic nominee, to the Senate. Jones competes in the Alabama special election on December 12 against Roy Moore. ECU confirmed that it is a fight against the groups with special interests who are against the wish of everyday Alabamians. ECU President, Tiffany Muller says that Moore has a radical agenda, and his values are against Alabama and the U.S. itself. He also has close links with shady special interest groups, including Mercer family and Steve Bannon. Contrary to that, Jones is committed to change the rigging system that supports big money donors – a similar voice of ECU.
End Citizens United was in a way to subvert the consequences of uncontrolled money into politics. It hopes to go for a constitutional amendment to implement stricter measures on election spending by creating a public opinion and sending maximum representatives to both the Senate and the Congress. The PAC is , and it is on a mission to make its message – the need for election finance reform – reaching every American.