Jose Lope - BRASIL ON Human Resources and Culture Management Officer

BBAS3
  

BRL 38.98  0.99  2.48%   

  Executive
Human Resources and Culture Management Officer. We currently do not have informatin regarding Jose Lope. This executive tanure with BRASIL ON NM is not currenlty determined.
        
55 80 0729 5285  https://www.bb.com.br

BRASIL ON Management Efficiency

BRASIL ON NM has return on total asset (ROA) of 1.16 % which means that it generated profit of $1.16 on every $100 spent on asset. This is way below average. Similarly, it shows return on equity (ROE) of 15.68 %, meaning that it generated $15.68 on every $100 dollars invested by stockholders. BRASIL ON management efficiency ratios could be used to measure how well the company manages its routine affairs as well as how well it operates its assets and liabilities.
The company has accumulated 885.12 B in total debt. Debt can assist BRASIL ON until it has trouble settling it off, either with new capital or with free cash flow. So, BRASIL ON's shareholders could walk away with nothing if the company can't fulfill its legal obligations to repay debt. However, a more frequent occurrence is when companies like BRASIL ON NM sell additional shares at bargain prices, diluting existing shareholders. Debt, in this case, can be an excellent and much better tool for BRASIL to invest in growth at high rates of return. When we think about BRASIL ON's use of debt, we should always consider it together with cash and equity.
Banco do Brasil S.A., together with its subsidiaries, provides banking products and services for individuals, companies, and public sectors in Brazil and internationally. Banco do Brasil S.A. was incorporated in 1808 and is headquartered in Braslia, Brazil. BRASIL ON operates under BanksRegional classification in Brazil and is traded on Sao Paolo Stock Exchange. It employs 84597 people. BRASIL ON NM (BBAS3) is traded on Sao Paolo Stock Exchange in Brazil and employs 84,597 people.

BRASIL ON NM Leadership Team

Elected by the shareholders, the BRASIL ON's board of directors comprises two types of representatives: BRASIL ON inside directors who are chosen from within the company, and outside directors, selected externally and held independent of BRASIL. The board's role is to monitor BRASIL ON's management team and ensure that shareholders' interests are well served. BRASIL ON's inside directors are responsible for reviewing and approving budgets prepared by upper management to implement core corporate initiatives and projects. On the other hand, BRASIL ON's outside directors are responsible for providing unbiased perspectives on the board's policies.
Ives Fulber, Risk Management Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Nelson Barbosa, Chairman of the Board of Directors
Daniel Stieler, Controllership Officer
Edson Costa, Credi Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Erik Breyer, Capital Markets and Infrastructure Officer
Francisco Gaetani, Member of the Board of Directors
Fabio Barbosa, Chief Business Development Officer
Aldemir Bendine, CEO, Vice Chairman of the Board, Member of the Executive Board
Eduardo Guardia, Chairman of the Board
Alberto Netto, Vice-president of Financial Management and Investors Relations
Edson Cardozo, Director of Loans, Financing and Real Estate Credit
Luiz Santos, Independent Director
Walter Malieni, Vice President of Internal Controls and Risk Management, Member of the Executive Board
Helio Magalhaes, Chairman of the Board
Marvio Freitas, Strategy and Organization Officer
Daniel Sigelmann, Director
Cicero Przendsiuk, Director of Governance of Related Entities
Marcelo Labuto, Insurance, Pension Plans and Savings Bonds Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Marco Castro, Director of Risk and Control
Nilson Moreira, Internal Controls Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Adilson Anisio, Micro and Small Business Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jose Monforte, Independent Director
Carlos Santos, Employee Relations and Sponsored Entities Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Bernardo Macedo, Member of the Board of Directors
Rogerio Panca, Payment Methods Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Marco Mastroeni, Individuals Customers Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Marcos Lot, Security Management Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Otaviano Campos, Restructuring of Operational Assets Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Enio Ferreira, Government Officer
Antonio Vale, Chief of Human Resources, Suppliers and Operations Officer
Paula Araujo, Digital business officer
Henrique Jaeger, Member of the Board of Directors
Tarcisio Godoy, Member of the Board of Directors
Paulo Ricci, Vice President of Retail, Distribution and Operations, Member of the Executive Board
Mauricio Nogueira, Finance Officer
Eduardo Pasa, Accounting Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Camilo Buzzi, Corporate Bank Officer
Fabricio Soller, Vice Chairman of the Board
Leonardo Loyola, CFO
Paulo Lima, Independent Director
Antonio Maurano, Commercial Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Antonio Machado, Legal Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Luis Cavicchioli, Member of the Executive Board, Strategy and Organization Officer
Admilson Garcia, International Business and Affairs Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Hideraldo Leitao, Individuals Customers Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Clenio Teribele, Agribusiness Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Gustavo Fosse, Director of Technology
Simao Kovalski, Individuals Customers Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Adriano Ricci, Restructuring of Operational Assets Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Sergio Peres, Member of the Executive Board, Distribution Sao Paulo Officer
Marco Mendonca, Individuals Business Officer
Joaquim Silveira, Independent Director
Carlos Netto, Human Resources Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Ronaldo Ferreira, Restructuring of Operational Assets Officer
Rubem Novaes, Chief Executive Officer, Director
Marco Barros, Insurance, Pension Plans and Capitalization Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Tarcisio Hubner, Distribution Sao Paulo Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Reinaldo Yokoyama, Director of Distribution
Geraldo Silva, Vice President of Technology, Member of the Executive Board
Julio Pinto, Vice Chairman of the Board
Lucineia Possar, Legal Officer
Gueitiro Genso, Mortgage Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Hamilton Silva, Mortgage Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Joao Maia, Vice President- Services, Infrastructure and Operations
Leonardo Reis, CFO
Paulo Caffarelli, Vice President of Wholesale, International Business and Private Bank, Member of the Executive Board
Edmar Casalatina, Consumer Lending and Finance Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Sandro Marcondes, Capital Markets and Investments Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Carlos Bonetti, Chief Internal Controls and Risk Management Officer
Raul Moreira, Credit and Debt Cards Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Ana Correa, Chief Marketing and Communication Officer
Luiz Batista, Micro and Small Business Officer
Juliana Oliveira, Member of the Board of Directors
Alexandre Souza, Director of Marketing and Communication
Debora Fonseca, Director
Ana Sousa, Internal Controls and Compliance Officer
Ilton Schwaab, Micro and Small Business Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Carlos Araujo, Vice-president of Services, Infrastructure and Operations
Hayton Rocha, Marketing and Communication Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jose Ferreira, Deputy CEO
Adriana Carvalho, Member of the Board of Directors
Janio Macedo, Government Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jose Coelho, Finance Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Ivandre Silva, Chief Agribusiness Officer
Jose Forni, Supplies, Infrastructure and Property Officer
Wilsa Figueiredo, Wholesale Solutions Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jose Silva, Distribution Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Fabiano Fontes, Director of Business Solutions
Sergio Mendonca, Member of the Board of Directors
Waldery Junior, Vice Chairman of the Board
Antonio Chiarello, Agribusiness Officer
Robson Rocha, Vice President of Human Resources and Sustainable Development, Member of the Executive Board
Alexandre Abreu, Vice President of Retail Services, Member of the Executive Board
Antonio Bezerra, Vice Chairman of the Board
Bernardo Rothe, Director of Investor Relations
Thompson Cesar, Service and Network Officer
Gustavo Sousa, Member of the Executive Board, Controller
Marcio Ferreira, Credit Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Carlos Neri, Employee Relations and Sponsored Entities Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jose Minchillo, Director of Human Resources
Jose Pereira, Vice President of Government Affairs
Julio Silva, Commercial Retail Officer
Luiz Ligabue, Executive Secretary
Miguel Mattos, Director
Fernando Campos, Director of Capital Markets and Infrastructure
Luiz Martins, Institutional Security Officer
Ivan Monteiro, Vice President of Financial Management and Investor Relations, Mem. of the Exe. Bd.
Felipe Prince, Credit Officer
Manoel Pires, Chairman of the Board
Marco Costa, Agribusiness Director
Benito Santos, Member of the Executive Board, Vice President of Government Affairs
Francisco Lassalvia, Capital Markets and Infrastructure Officer
Julio Oliveira, Vice President of Government Affairs, Member of the Executive Board
Cesar Borges, Vice President of Government Affairs, Member of the Executive Board
Osmar Dias, Vice President of Agribusiness and Micro and Small Ventures, Member of the Executive Board
Sandro Franco, Business Support and Operations Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Fabiano Nascimento, Director
Beny Parnes, Director
Gustavo Barros, Control Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Luiz Freitas, Technology Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Mauro Neto, Chief Corporate Officer
Jose Lope, Human Resources and Culture Management Officer
Marcos Coltri, Loans, Financing Operations and Mortage Officer
Renato Azevedo, CEO
Marcio Moral, Corporate Bank Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Joao Rabelo, Government Affairs Officer, Member of the Executive Board
Jose Bergo, Institutional Security Director
Carla Nesi, Individual Client Account Retail Business Officer
Gerson Oliveira, Risk Management Officer
Rodrigo Afonso, Related entities and Corporate Governance Officer

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BRASIL ON Investors Sentiment

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