Our Board of Directors established five committees:
- Audit, Risk Management and Finance Committee;
- Organization and People Committee;
- Strategy Committee;
- Corporate Governance Committee and
- Group Operating Committee.
All the committees are formed exclusively by Board members since 2013.
On the Audit, Risk Management and Finance Committee we have consultants, non-members.
Committee members are appointed and can be removed at any time by the Board of Directors.
The Audit, Risk Management and Finance Committee is responsible to ensure internal and external audit processes, mechanisms and controls related to risk management and compliance of financial policies with strategic guidelines and risk profile of the business.
Our internal audit department reports to the Audit, Risk Management and Finance Committee, which is responsible for the appointing of external auditors pending hiring by the Company.
|Roberto de Oliveira Marques||Member|
|Fábio Colletti Barbosa||Member|
|Andrew George McMaster Jr.||Member|
|Luiz Carlos Passetti||Member|
|Lavínia Moraes de Almeida Nogueira Junqueira||Consultant|
The Organization and People Committee is responsible for subsidizing the Board of Directors in the making of decisions related to strategies, policies and rules of Human Resources, regarding organizational development, planning and personnel development, remuneration and benefits of executive officers, in addition to supporting it in the monitoring and guiding of issues related to the Management System area.
|Fábio Colletti Barbosa||Chairman|
|Roberto de Oliveira Marques||Member|
The Strategy Committee is responsible for contributing toward the monitoring and guiding of the Company’s corporate strategy, complying with strategic guidelines approved by the Board of Directors, in addition to the construction of the international expansion plan. The Committee is also responsible for the transference of concepts, values and beliefs and supports the Company’s perpetuity.
|Roberto de Oliveira Marques||Chairman|
|Ian Martin Bickley||Member|
The Corporate Governance Committee is responsible for monitoring the operations of the Company’s corporate governance system, monitoring the evolution of the best international practices of corporate governance and proposing adjustments and enhancements in Natura’s corporate governance system whenever it deems necessary.
|Guilherme Peirão Leal||Chairman|
|Antonio Luiz da Cunha Seabra||Member|
|Pedro Luiz Barreiros Passos||Member|
|Roberto de Oliveira Marques||Member|
The Group Operating Committee (GOC) is responsible for assisting the Board of Directors and the Executive Chairman of the Board in the definition and implementation of the global strategy of the group, supervising each business unit of the Natura Group, identifying synergies and opportunities among them. The COG is also responsible for watching the organizational aspects of the group, making recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding necessary measures for its fluidity and efficiency. The GOC acts as a forum of discussion and recommendations regarding administrative and operational structures of the Company, in addition to promote the creation of Excellence Centers among the business units of the Natura group, seeking for better practices and excellence.
|Roberto de Oliveira Marques||Chairman|
|José Antonio de Almeida Filippo||Member|
|João Paulo Brotto Gonçalves Ferreira||Member|
|David Philip Boynton||Member|
|Robert Claus Chatwin||Member|
|Joselena Peressinoto Romero||Member|
|Itamar Gaino Filho||Member|
|Silvia Freire Dente da Silva Dias Lagnado||Member|
Board of Directors
|Board of Directors||Occupation|
|Antônio Luiz da Cunha Seabra||Co-chairman of the Board|
Afounded Natura in 1969. Since then, he has dedicated his efforts to build and develop the company. He started with a small store at Rua Oscar Freire, where he offered personalized consulting services. Five years later, he expanded the reach of his message and products by adopting sales through consultant relationships as Natura’s commercial model. With a B.S. in Economics, Luiz Seabra developed new products, languages and messages for the beauty industry. He has been actively involved in the organization’s transformation into one of the world’s largest cosmetics companies, marked by its strong commitment to ethical conduct and sustainability.
Currently, Antônio Luiz holds the following positions in other companies or non-profit organizations: (i) Executive Officer at Orexis Participações Ltda. (Interest holding); (ii) Chief Executive Officer at VivaVida Instituto de Ações Solidárias (Institute); (iii) Chief Executive Officer at Lisis Participações S.A (Holding); (iv) Executive Officer at Homagus Adm. E JUR_SP – 32781142v5 – 2324004.437527 Participações Ltda. (Management); (v) Officer at Janos Com. Adm. e Participações Ltda. (Holding); (vi) Chief Executive Officer at Axioma Adm. e Participações Ltda. (Management); (vii) Chief Executive Officer at Heuris Adm. e Consultoria Ltda (Management); (viii) Chief Executive Officer at Lisis Gestão de Participações S.A..
|Guilherme Peirão Leal||Co-chairman of the Board|
Graduated in Business Administration from the University of São Paulo (USP) and attended the Advanced Administration Program from FDC/INSEAD. He is co-chairman of the Board of Directors and a founder of Natura. He is also a director of Natura Institute. Over the past 25 years, he has involved in the establishment and promotion of numerous social-interest entities and organizations, such as Fundação Abrinq pelos Direitos da Criança e do Adolescente (Abrinq Foundation for Children’s and Adolescents’ Rights), Instituto Ethos de Empresas de Responsabilidade Social (Ethos Institute of Companies and Social Responsibility) and Instituto Akatu para o Consumo Consciente (Akatu Institute for Consumption Awareness). He has also been involved in several environmental institutions, such as the Fundo Brasileiro para a Biodiversidade (Brazilian Fund for the Biodiversity) (Funbio) and WWF Brasil. In 2007, he was a founder of Movimento Nossa São Paulo, intended to articulate and pool the efforts of several sectors of local communities for a better, fairer and more sustainable city. Since 2008 he has been involved in structuring his legacy through Arapyaú Institute, an organization dedicated to education and sustainable development. In the 2010 national elections, Guilherme Leal joined former Senator Marina Silva, then a member of the Green Party (Partido Verde), as candidate for Vice President. Together, they received approximately 20 million votes. In 2012, he assisted in the foundation of Rede de Ação Política pela Sustentabilidade (Political Action Network for the Sustainability – RAPS), a nonpartisan institution dedicated to identifying, supporting, developing and bringing together political leaders committed to ethical values and to fostering inclusive and sustainable development. That same year, he became a member of the B-Team, a group comprised of international leaders whose goal is to engage corporations and leaders around the world in a new vision of successful business ventures, by incorporating social and environmental goals into the concept of profit.
Currently, Guilherme holds the following positions in other companies or non-profit organizations: (i) Chief Executive Officer at Maraé Investimentos; (ii) Manager at Janos Administração e Participações Ltda. (Holding); (iii) President at Utopia Participações S.A. (Holding); (iv) Executive Officer at Dédalus Administração e Participações Ltda. (v) Executive Officerda at SG Debret Participações Ltda. (Management); (vi) Executive Officer at Modusvivendi Participações Ltda. (Interest holding); (vii) Member of Advisory Board and Ethics Committee of Instituto Ethos de Empresas e Responsabilidade Social (Institute); (viii) Chairman of the Executive Board at Rede de Ação Política Pela Sustentabilidade – RAPS (Institute); (ix) Co-founder at The BTeam (Association); (x) Member of the Board of Directors r at Instituto Arapyau de Educação e Desenvolvimento Sustentável (Institute); (xi) Member of the Board of Directors at Janos Holding Consultoria Ltda. (Holding); (xii) Member of the Board of Directors at Biofílica Investimentos Ambientais S/A (Investments), (xiii) Member of the UN Global Compact council, UN section dedicated to business policies.
|Pedro Luiz Barreiros Passos||Co-chairman of the Board|
|Is co-chairman of the Board of Directors of Natura and co- founder of the Company and a director of Natura Institute. Mr. Passos graduated in Production Engineering from Escola Politécnica of the University of São Paulo and has extension in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and dedicates his time to various entities and organizations, fostering entrepreneurship, technological innovation, personnel and organization management, among other activities. As President of the Institute of Studies for Industrial Development (IEDI) he prioritized reduction of excessive bureaucracy, criticism of slow public services and lack of investment and proper management by government entities, as well as specific demands of the industry to reduce costs, increase productivity and improve external presence. As President of Fundação SOS Mata Atlântica, he leads the agenda for sustainable tourism to transform the country’s natural potential in economic possibilities with due regard to sustainability. His entrepreneuring capacity and business acumen have additional support in his activities at Instituto Empreender Endeavor, with the support of businesspeople of various areas, discussing international agenda and fostering dreams that start from scratch but grow exponentially. Through his belief in the potential of education, he makes this inspiration possible through the Dom Cabral Foundation (FDC), with innovative social programs that invest in people and vanguard teaching. Through his commitment with transformation and innovation, he values business ethics and the dialogue for diversity in the country.
Pedro currently holds the following positions in other companies or non-profit organizations: (i) Officer at Anima Investimentos Ltda. (Asset Management); (ii) Officer at Passos Participações S.A. (Holding); (iii) Member of the Board of Directors at IEDI; (iv) Member of the Board of Directors at Fapesp (Foundation); (v) Member of the Board of Directors at Endeavor (Institute); (vi) Member of the Board of Directors at Fundação Dom Cabral (Education); (vii) Chairman of the Board of Directors at SOS Mata Atlântica (Institute); (viii) Member of the Board of Directors at Instituto Semeia (Institute), (ix) Member of the Board of Directors of AC Camargo, since 2018.
|Roberto de Oliveira Marques||Chairman of the Board|
|Holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration and completed a non-degree program in Marketing & Strategic Planning at the Getúlio Vargas Foundation in São Paulo (FGV-SP) and postgraduate programs at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and at The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. He served as Executive Vice-President and President for North America at Mondeléz International, a global seller of brands such as Oreo, Halls, Lacta and Trident. For many years, Roberto worked for Johnson&Johnson serving as Global Head of beauty & baby care products and over-the-counter medications, working in countries such as Brasil, Colombia, England and the United States. He was also a director at GMA – Grocery Manufacturer Association. He served as advisor to the Consumer Health Care Products Association, ENACTUS and the Brazil-U.S. Business Committee in the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. He currently dedicates part of his time in the defense of matters related to the UN Objectives for Sustainable Development before several institutions.|
|Carla Schmitzberger||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
|Has a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from Cornell University (Ithaca, NY, USA) (1984). She has specialization in Strategic People Management from FDC/INSEAD (2000). She has been serving as Vice President of the Sandals Business Unit of Alpargatas (Havaianas and Dupé) for 13 years and is a Statutory Officer at the company. She worked for Citibank for eight years, serving as: Vice President of Marketing and Products (Credicard) and Vice President of Marketing (Citibank Consumer) and Head of Credit Cards Citibank Brasil. Also had the responsibility for a year for the Marketing and Decision Management for Latin America. Previously, she worked for 11 years at Procter & Gamble in several countries (Germany, Canada and Brazil) and for various product categories (Detergents, Personal and Home Care, Cosmetics and Diapers) and positions, the last being Associate Director of Marketing in Brazil. She also worked for Johnson & Johnson in Brazil for more than two years. Currently, Carla holds the following positions in other companies or non-profit organizations: Vice President of the Sandals Business Unit at Alpargatas S.A. (Footwear and Clothing).|
|Fábio Colletti Barbosa||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
Is a director of Itaú-Unibanco, Gávea Investimentos, CBMM (Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração), Natura Cosméticos and Hering. He served as CEO of ABN Amro Real bank from 1996 to 2008, when he became CEO. of Santander Brasil upon acquisition, by Santander, of the Banco Real. From 2007 to 2011, he was chairman of Febraban. From 2011 to early 2015, he served as CEO of Abril Mídia. Currently, Fábio is at Fundação Osesp and Instituto Empreender Endeavor’s boards; is vice chairman of the Fundação Itaú Social; director of Center for Public Leadership (CLP) and thte UN Foundation, in Support to the U.N. In 2011, he was voted Personality of the Year by the Brazil – United States Chamber of Commerce in New York. In 2012, he was awarded the Campeões da Terra prize by PNUMA (United Nations Environmental Program) for his entrepreneurial vision. And in 2017, was recognized by the Worldfund for Education for discussing the subject of values. Fábio holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas in São Paulo and an MBA from the Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland.
Currently, Fábio holds the following positions in other companies or non-profit organizations: (i) chairperson at the Board of Directors of Fundação OSESP (Foundation); (ii) Member of the Deliberative Committee Insper (Education); (iii) Member of the Board of Directors of UN Foundation (U.N. Foundation) (Foundation); (iv) Chairman of the Board of Directors of Instituto Empreender Endeavor (Institute); (vii) Member of the Board of Directors of Almar Participações S.A. (Holding); (v) Member of the Investments Committee of Gávea Investments (Financial institution); (ix) Member of the Board of Directors of Itaú Unibanco Holding S.A. (Financial institution); (vi) Member of the Board of Directors of Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração – CBMM (Mineração); (xi) Member of the Board of Directors of Cia.Hering (Garments); (xii) Member of the Board of Directors of Centro de Liderança Pública – CLP (Institute); and (xiii) Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Fundação Itaú Social (Foundation).
Atualmente, Fábio ocupa os seguintes cargos em outras sociedades ou organizações do terceiro setor: (i) Presidente do Conselho de Administração da Fundação OSESP (Fundação); (ii) Membro do Conselho de Administração da UN Foundation (Fundação das Nações Unidas) (Fundação); (iii) Presidente do Conselho de Administração do Instituto Empreender Endeavor (Instituto); (iv) Membro do Conselho de Administração da Almar Participações S.A. (Holding); (v) Membro do Comitê de Investimentos da Gávea Investments (Instituição financeira); (vi) Membro do Conselho de Administração do Itaú Unibanco Holding S.A. (Instituição financeira); (x) Membro do Conselho de Administração da Companhia Brasileira de Metalurgia e Mineração – CBMM (Mineração); (vii) Membro do Conselho de Administração da Cia.Hering (Vestuário); (viii) membro do Conselho de Administração do Centro de Liderança Pública – CLP (Instituto); e (ix) Vice-Presidente do Conselho de Administração da Fundação Itaú Social (Fundação).
|Gilberto Mifano||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
Holds a degree in business administration from the School of Business Administration of FGV-SP (1972). Currently, he is an independent board member at Cielo S/A – since 2009, TOTVS S.A. – since 2017, Pacaembu Construtora S/A – since 2018 and consulting advisor to Pragma Patrimonio Ltda. – since 2009. At Natura, he has been an independent board member – since 2017, having acted as a consultant to the – Audit, Risk Management and Finance Committee of Natura S/A – from 2009 to 2016. From 1994 to 2008 he was CEO of BOVESPA (the São Paulo Stock Exchange) and CBLB – Custody and Clearance company then, in 2008 and 2009, Chairman of the Board of Directors of BM&FBOVESPA – Bolsa de Valores Mercadorias e Futuros S/A. he served as director at of SEB Educacional S/A, Isolux Infrastructure S/A, Baterias Moura S/A., Âmbar S.A and member of the Sustainability Committee at Banco Santander S/A. Internationally, he served as member and vice-chairman of executive committees of the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) and Latin American Federation of Exchanges (FIAB) for approximately eight years. Prior to 2004, he was an executive and director in financial institutions in Brazil.
Currently, Gilberto holds the following positions in other companies or non-profit organizations: (i) member of the fiscal council of Instituto Arapyau (Institute); (ii) member of the decision-making council of RAPS – Rede de Ação Política pela Sustentabilidade (Instituto); ( (iii) Member of the fiscal counsil of CIEB Centro de Inovação para a Educação (Institute); (iv) Member of the fiscal council of Amigos da Poli (Institute). Previously, he was a (v) fiscal council member at Instituto Natura and (vi) president of IBGC’s Board of Directors.
|Ian Martin Bickley||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
Joined Coach in 1993 and his last role was as President, Global Business Development and Strategic Alliances for Tapestry in July 2017. Given Tapestry’s multi-brand strategy where each brand has its own CEO and functions are centralised in service of all three brands, he has led strategic partnerships across the Company’s portfolio of brands. Prior to joining Tapestry, Ian was Director of Operations for Quick Response GMBH, a marketer and manufacturer of women’s apparel based in Munich, Germany. From 1988 to 1989, he served as a consultant for the LEK Partnership, a strategic management consulting firm, also based in Munich. Ian Bickley holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics from Harvard College. Ian was brought in by Blackstone onto the Board of Crocs, which is a publicly traded company with a market cap of USD 1.5 billion and has been particularly involved in guiding their Asia strategy.
|Jessica DiLullo Herrin||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
|Has a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from Stanford University. She is the CEO and founder of the Stella & Dot, Keep Collective and Ever Skin family of brands and cofounder of weddingchannel.com, the world’s leading wedding website, where she also served as VP of Product Management. Jessica has also worked for Dell Inc. and Neilsen NetRatings serving as Senior E-Business Manager and Senior Product Marketing Manager, respectively. In 2016 he wrote her first book “Find Your Extraordinary: Dream Bigger, Live Happier, and Achieve Success JUR_SP – 32781142v5 – 2324004.437527 on Your Own Terms.” Jessica has been awarded numerous awards and was recognized for her entrepreneurial achievements by the Oprah, Inc. (Stella & Dot was recognized as one of the fast growing private companies in 2010 and 2011), Fortune, InStyle, Glamor magazines and The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, to name a few. Currently, Jessica holds the following positions in other companies or non-profit organizations: C.E.O. of Stella & Dot brands family, fashion and beauty.|
|Nancy Killefer||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
|Nancy Killefer served as Senior Partner at McKinsey & Company, an international consulting company, until her retirement in August 2013. Ms. Killefer joined McKinsey in 1979 where she had a number of leadership positions, including member of the Governance Counsel. Ms. Killefer led the firm’s recruiting and presided various of the firm’s personnel committees. From 1997 to 2000, she served as Assistant Secretary for Management, CFO and COO of the U.S. Department of the Treasury. From 2000 to 2007, she ran McKinsey’s Washington D.C. office. In 2000 she returned to McKinsey to create and lead the firm’s public sector area. She also served as a member of the Oversight Board of the Federal Revenues Services of the U.S. from 2000 to 2005 and served as Chairman of the Board from 2002 to 2004. Ms. Killefer currently is a board member at Cardinal Health and Taubman Centers, Inc. She also served as Chairman and board member of CSRA until 2018 and as a member of the Advisory Board until 2017. Ms. Killefer was an Avon Products, Inc. board member since 2013 and was Chair of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee and a member of the Compensation and Management Development Committee. She was appointed by Avon Products, Inc. to occupy the position of independent board member of Natura &Co’s Board of Directors.|
|Andrew George Mcmaster Jr.||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
|Andrew G. McMaster, Jr. served as Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Vice-Chairman at Deloitte & Touche LLP (“Deloitte”) from 2002 until his retirement in May 2015. He joined Deloitte in 1976 and occupied several leadership roles, including partner and general manager at Deloitte’s office that focused on programs for CEO clients, as well as Global Forensics and Litigation and Dispute Consulting Services in the U.S. Mr. McMaster is currently a board member at Black & Veatch Holding Company and at UBS Americas Holding LLC, a subsidiary of UBS AG. Mr. McMaster is currently chairman of the Financial Accounting Standards Advisory Council (FASAC), an advisory board of the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB), and vice-chair of the board of trustees at Hobart and William Smith Colleges. Mr. McMaster served as a board member at Avon Products, Inc. since 2018 and Chair of the Audit Committee and member of the Finance Committee. He was appointed by Avon Products, Inc. to become an independent board member at Natura &Co’s Board of Directors.|
|W. Don Cornwell||Member of the Board (Independent Director)|
|W. Don Cornwell was appointed as the main independent board member of Avon Products, Inc. Board of Directors in March, 2016. He served as Chairman of the board and CEO of Granite Broadcasting Corporation from 1988 until his retirement in August 2009, and was Vice Chairman of the board until December 2009. Previously, Mr. Don Cornwell served as Chief Operating Officer for the Corporate Finance Department at Goldman, Sachs & Co., from 1980 to 1988, and as Vice-President of the Investment Banking Division, from 1976 to 1988. He currently is a member of the board for Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York and is a board member at Blue Meridian Partners, a non-profit organization. Mr. Don Cornwell is a board member at Pfizer, Inc. and at American International Group, Inc. He served as board member at Avon Products, Inc. since 2002, was Chair of the Finance Committee, a member of the Audit Committee and of the Nominating and Corporate Governance Committee. He was appointed by Avon Products, Inc. to occupy the position of independent board member of Natura &Co’s Board of Directors.|
|Itamar Gaino Filho||Legal Director|
Itamar Gaino Filho is graduated in Law at PUC-SP. He holds a master degree from the same university, has a specialization course by Instituto Internacional de Ciências Sociais and experience in the legal and tax areas in multinational companies. He worked as Legal Director at PepsiCo, where he was responsible for food and beverage divisions. His experience also includes management positions at General Motors, Monsanto and Coca-Cola Femsa.
|José Antonio de Almeida Filippo||Chief Financial Officer|
Graduated in Civil Engineering, at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, he attended the Management Development Program at Harvard University. Joined Natura in May 2018, with no position as Chief Financial Officer and Investor, highlighting Embraer’s CFO load, having as market segment a leadership position, accounting and taxes, control, risks and internal controls, investor relations , planning, M&A and new business. Prior to Embraer, he worked for Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição (Grupo Pão de Açúcar), with no CFO load, and also worked for CPFL Energia SA, holding the position of Chief Financial and Investor Relations Officer.
|Joselena Peressinoto Romero||Chief Operations Officer|
Josie Peressinoto Romero is Chief Operations Officer and member of the Group Operating Committee, responsible for Latin American end-to-end supply chain, global procurement, international logistics and manufacturing footprint, supply chain, shared services and back office. Her career at Natura started in 2010 as Global Supply Chain Planning Director. Before that, she occupied several leadership positions at local and regional basis in Unilever. Her last position was a Supply Chain VP for the Latin America Home Care business. Josie is Food engineer and has participated in Executive Programs at Pennsylvania State University, Harvard, INSEAD and JIPM (Japan).
|João Paulo Brotto Gonçalves Ferreira||CEO of Latin America|
João Paulo graduated in Electrical Engineering from the University of São Paulo (USP) and has an executive MBA from the University of Michigan, in the United States. He worked at Unilever for 20 years, where the last position he occupied was Vice President of Supply Chain. João Paulo is the CEO of Latin America for Natura &Co and member of the Group Operating Committee. Previously CEO of Natura, joined the business in 2009 as VP of Operations and Logistics, was also VP of Networks responsible for commercial. Other roles at Natura included leading the International Operations and Sustainability areas.
|Moacir Salzstein||Director of Corporate Finance|
|Mr. Salzstein holds a degree in chemical engineering from the Escola Politécnica of the University of São Paulo and post-graduate degrees in business administration and an MBA from FGV-SP. He serves as director of corporate governance at Natura, having previously served as director of strategic planning. He has also worked in companies such as Monitor Group, Grupo Ultra, Dow/Union Carbide, Itaú, Jaakko Pyry and Promon Engenharia.|
|Viviane Behar de Castro||Investor Relations Officer|
|Ms. Castro is the investor relations officer for Natura &Co. Prior to joining Natura in 2018, she was IRO at Fleury S.A., and before that she worked for eight years at Redecard S.A, where she held positions as IR and sustainability officer and later business head for financial institutions and private labels. Ms. Castro was previously managing partner of VB Projetos, that successfully restructured over US$1 billion of foreign and local currency corporate debt. She brings over 10 years of experience in investment and corporate banking, and held senior positions at Bank of America and Citibank. Ms. Castro holds a BBA from Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado and attended an executive program in Wharton.|
|Helmut Bossert||Elected by the Ordinary Min. Shareholder | Holder Member|
Mr. Bossert has strong experience in the Brazilian capital markets, especially with equities, eurobonds and debentures issuances and in transactions with official finance institutions in Brazil and abroad. He has also been actively involved in IPOs, listings on the “Novo Mercado” segment of the B3 and on the NYSE (including with Level III ADRs). Mr. Bossert joined Corp-Group Conexões de Valor in 2015 as a Consultant for Investor Relations, Corporate Governance, Capital Markets IPO-PMO, Communication ESG. Prior to Corp-Group, he worked as Head of Investor Relations at Natura Cosméticos and participated in Natura’s IPO in 2004. He also made a significant contribution to the implementation of Natura’s corporate governance structure. He was also the Head of Capital Markets and Investor Relations at SABESP and led its IPO on the “Novo Mercado” on the Bovespa with an ADR Level III program on the NYSE. He has also worked at Unibanco where he acted in different roles, such as Investment Analyst, Corporate Officer, Portfolio Manager, and Institutional Sales. Mr. Bossert holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics at Pontificia Universidade Católica and Capital Markets – Universidade de São Paulo.
|Rodrigo Lopes da Luz||Elected by the Ordinary Min. Shareholder | Alternate Member|
|Eduardo Rogatto Luque||Elected by the Controlling Shareholder | Chairman|
|Mr. Eduardo has over 30 years of experience in auditing and assisting clients with complex and unique accounting needs, especially those involving US GAAP, both in Brazil and overseas. Eduardo has accumulated experience of 27 years with PwC, (1989 – 2016), including 12 years as a partner (2004 – 2016). During his career with PwC, he was seconded to the US for three years, he was in charge of the Engineering & Construction Industry and the Japan Desk in Brazil and was also a member of the Global Quality Review Program for Assurance in Brazil and Ecuador. Mr. Eduardo has extensive experience with large, complex and multinational companies (Ambev, Kroton, Bayer, GP Investments, Tempo Participações, Alcoa, DuPont, Qualicorp, Sonae Sierra, Helbor, Gafisa, etc.) and IPOs and SEC filings. He is considered a US GAAP and IFRS specialist by his peers. Eduardo Joined Irko Accounting Services in August 2016, a company founded by his father over sixty years ago. He is a Member of Fiscal Council of Qualicorp S.A. (Coordinator), Itaúsa S.A. and Fundação Zerrenner (Fundação Ambev). Strategic Director of ABRAPSA (Brazilian Association of Administrative Service Providers). Mr. Eduardo holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting (PUC São Paulo); MBA in Controllership (USP) – São Paulo; APG Senior Program in Leadership in Amana-Key – São Paulo.|
|Renato Chiodaro||Elected by the Controlling Shareholder | Alternate Member|
|Carlos Elder Maciel de Aquino||Elected by the Controlling Shareholder | Vice-Chairman|
|Mr. Elder has a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE), and a master’s degree in accounting and Actuarial Sciences from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo (PUC-SP). He holds an MBA in Finance from IBMEC-SP and an MBA in Controllership from the Universidade de São Paulo (USP-SP), as well as a specialization in Economic Engineering from Universidade Católica de Pernambuco (UNICAP-PE). He has worked as a director at Unibanco, Itaú Unibanco and KPMG Brasil, among others. Mr. Elder is a professor at the Fundação Instituto de Pesquisas Contábeis, Atuariais e Financeiras (Fipecafi) since 1995. He is the author and co-author of articles published in Brazilian and international books and journals on finance, accounting, governance, internal auditing and regulatory aspects. He also has experience in executive positions in the financial, auditing, health, private pension and third sector segments, as well as acting as a member of the board of directors and committees as audit, risk management, internal controls, money laundering prevention and fiscal council. Currently, he is member of the board and member coordinator of the Audit Committee of Locaweb S.A., chair of the audit committee of Banco Pine S/A and of the FUNCEF – Fundação dos Economiários Federais. He is also member coordinator of the audit committee and risk management committee of International Meal Company S.A., member of the audit committee of São Paulo Turismo S.A. and a member of our fiscal council.|
|Renê Coppe Pimentel||Elected by the Ordinary Min. Shareholder | Holder Member|
Last updated on May 28, 2020