Amec’s Annual/Extraordinary General Meeting elects its new Board of Directors, which decides for the reelection of the CEO Mauro Cunha
The Association of Capital Market Investors’ Annual/Extraordinary General Meeting was held at its headquarters on April 29. Members elected the following new members to sit in Amec’s Board of Directors (followed by the name of the entity to which they are related) for the next three-year period (2014/2016): André Gordon (GTI); Eduardo Penido Monteiro (Opportunity); Fernando Tendolini (SulAmérica); Gabriel Amado de Moura (Itaú); Guilherme Abbud (HSBC); Guilherme de Morais Vicente (Mauá Sekular); Helder Soares (Claritas); Herculano Alves (Bradesco Asset Management); Jorge Marino Ricca (BB DTVM); Jorge Simino (Fundação CESP); Luis Sthulberger (CSHG); Marcos Duarte (Polo Capital); Paulo Corchaki (UBS); Pedro Batista (3G Radar); Regis Lemos de Abreu Filho (Bozano); Roberto Reis de Freitas Junior (Santander); Walter Mendes (Cultinvest), and William Landers (BlackRock).
Also at the Annual/Extraordinary General Meeting, the following members where elected to be part of Amec’s Conselho Fiscal (followed by the name of the entity to which they are related) for the next three-year term: Paulo Battistela Bueno (Santa Fé Portfólios); Marcelo Mesquita (Leblon Equities), and Matheus Tarzia (Neo Investimentos). The entity’s accounts were also approved during the meeting, as well as the proposal on the revision of its by-laws. Amec’s by-laws are available at http://amecbrasil.org.br/wp-content/uploads/2014/05/Estatuto-Social-da-AMEC-2014.pdf
After being elected, the new Board’s members decided on the new Executive Board, comprised of the CEO, 6 (six) Vice Presidents and 1 (one) Deputy Vice President.
After discussing the matter, all members decided for the reelection of the association’s CEO, Mr. Mauro Rodrigues da Cunha. For the Executive Board, the Vice Presidents elected were: Fernando Tendolini (SulAmérica); Guilherme de Morais Vicente (Mauá Sekular); Helder Soares (Claritas); Jorge Simino (Fundação CESP); Regis Lemos de Abreu Filho (Bozano), and Walter Mendes (Cultinvest); and for the position of Deputy Vice President, Mr. André Gordon (GTI).