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Audit Committee

The purpose of the Audit Committee is, among other duties provided for in the legislation, to assist the Board of Directors in the exercise of its audit and supervision duties.

 

MEMBERS TITLE
Egidio Otmar Ames Coordinator
Current coordinator of the Audit (Coaud) and Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility (Corem) Committees of Banco do Brasil SA he served as a member of the Risk and Capital Committee (Coris) between 2018 and 2020. He was coordinator of the Audit Committees of the Company Seguros Aliança (2008/2012), of Mapfre Seguros (2011/2012) and of the Insurance Group BB & Mapfre (2012/2013). He served as a member of the Fiscal Council of PREVI between 2005 and 2008. He was audit manager (2002/2004), executive manager (2004/2007) and general auditor of Banco do Brasil from July/2007 until retirement in September/2011 . He holds a degree in Business Administration from the Instituto de Educação Superior de Brasília (Iesb), with an MBA in Controlling and Audit Management at the Brasília School of Administration and Business (ESAD), as well as courses in Basic General Training for Senior Executives, Training in Executives in Auditing and Corporate Governance from the University of São Paulo (USP)/Fipecafi
Aramis Sá de Andrade Member
Member of the Audit Committee (Coaud). He also acts as Coordinator Member of the Technology and Innovation Committee (Cotei) and Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee (Corem) of BANCO DO BRASIL; IIndependent Board Member, Coordinating Member of the Audit Committee (Coaud) and Member of the People, Eligibility, Succession and Remuneration Committee (Coel) at INFRAERO-Empresa Brasileira de Infraestrutura Aeroportuária S.A.; and alternate Fiscal Councilor at VIBRA ENERGIA S.A.
He was a Board Member at BANCO DO BRASIL (2021-2023), a Fiscal Advisor at GERDAU S.A. (2022-2023) and METALÚRGICA GERDAU S.A. (2018-2022); Substitute Fiscal Councilor at NORTE ENERGIA S.A. (2020-2021) and WEG S.A. (2016-2018); Deliberative Advisor at BB-PREVIDÊNCIA – Banco do Brasil Pension Fund (2015-2017); Member of the Audit Committee at BBTS-TECNOLOGIA E SERVICES (2013-2015) and Deliberative Advisor at SEBRAE-AC (1992-1995).
He was an employee of BANCO DO BRASIL from 1979 to 2015. He joined as a Minor-Apprentice and held first manager positions in regional and strategic units of the Bank in the country, including General Manager of Regional Legal Advice (Acre, Pará-Amapá, Federal District and Bahia-Sergipe), State Superintendent (Acre) and Executive Manager and General Manager (equivalent to Executive Director) in the Strategic IT Architecture and Governance Unit in the Technology Directorate, where he was responsible for themes, among others , IT/Cyber ​​Security Infrastructure, Identity and Access Management, IT Service Continuity Management, IT Security and IT Security Risk Architecture and the IT Security Investment Portfolio.
He has a degree in Economics and Law (UFAC), a specialist in Civil Law and Civil Procedural Law (Estacio de Sá) and an MBA-General Training and Development of Executives in Administration (USP/FIA); Academic Extensions, among others, in Corporate Governance and Training for Advisors (FGV, USP/FIPECAFI and IBGC), Legal Services Management (FGV), Banking and Financial System in the Global Market and Behavioral Economics (The University of Chicago Booth School of Business ), Executive Program “BB Digital Business Transformation” (MIT-USA), Operational Efficiency Responsibility and Sustainable Business (UPeace/UN-NY-USA).
Holds Professional Certifications in Corporate Governance, for proficiency and experience, by IBGC (Administration Councilor, CCA+; Fiscal Councilor, CCF; and Audit Committee Member, CCoAud+); and ICSS – Certified Professional in Social Security, with an emphasis on Administration.
Marcelo Gasparino da Silva Member
Independent member of the Board of Directors appointed by the minority shareholders, Member of the Audit Committee and Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee. Graduated in Law from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina in 1995 and post graduated in Business Tax Administration from Fundação ESAG -ÚNICA in 2000. He has executive training in mergers and acquisitions at the London Business School and CEO FGV (IBE/FGV/IDE). He is a Professor at the ENA Foundation -Government School for certification of administrators of state-owned companies and mixed economy companies. He has been a Board Member Certified by Experience (CCAplus) at the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance -IBGC since 2010. He is an Independent Member of the Board of Directors of VALE S.A. (since April 2020), where he is Coordinator of the Sustainability Committee, and Member of the Nominating and Governance Committee, having also held the positions of Member of the Nominating Committee (from May 2022 to December 2022); Member of the Operational Excellence and Risk Committee (from May 2021 to May 2022); Member of the Sustainability Committee (from June 2020 to April 2021); also at Vale S.A., he was an Independent Alternate Member of the Board of Directors (from May 2019 to April 2020) and Alternate Member of the Board of Directors (from May 2016 to April 2017). He is a Member of the Board of Directors of PETROBRAS (from April 2021 to May 2021, and since August 2021), where he is Chairman of the Statutory Committees of Health, Safety and Environment, and of the Minority Committee, and a member of the following statutory committees: Audit Committee of the companies of the Petrobras Conglomerate, Investment Committee, and People Committee. He is a Member of the Board of Directors of ELETROBRAS (from April 2016 to April 2017 and since August 2022), where he is also Vice-Chairman of the Strategy, Governance and Sustainability Statutory Committee of Eletrobrás (since August 2022). He was Member of the Board of Directors of CEMIG (from April 2016 to July 2022); Member of the Board of Directors (from April 2019 to February 2020) of Casan; Member of the Board of Directors of CELESC (from April 2018 to April 2019). Additionally, he served as Chairman of the Board of Directors (from April 2017 to March 2023) of ETERNIT S.A.
Rachel de Oliveira Maia Member
Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee (since 08/2023) and of BB’s Audit Committee (since 09/2021), having also served as a member of the Board of Directors (04/2021 to 04/2023) and of BB’s Corporate Sustainability Committee (12/2021 to 06/2023). Founder and CEO of RM Consulting, as well as former CEO of Lacoste S.A. (Brazil). She began her career as a senior financial controller at 7-Eleven, where she developed her analytical and leadership skills as a junior manager. She served as senior business controller at Novartis Pharmacy. At Tiffany & Co., she led the company’s entry into the Brazilian market and managed all financial aspects of Tiffany’s growth as CFO for Brazil. After establishing Tiffany & Co. as the market leader in Brazil, she was hired to lead the expansion and growth of the Danish brand Pandora. As CEO of Pandora Brazil, she led the company’s growth from two points of sale to over 92 in a period of 8 and a half years. She has a degree in accounting from the FMU University Center and an MBA from the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV). Completed the Negotiation and Leadership course through the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program and general management training at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. Member of the General Council of the Danish Consulate and the Danish Chamber of Commerce, as well as a member of the President’s Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce, the Institute for Retail Development, the Brazilian Women’s Group and the Economic and Social Development Council. She has served on the human committee of CVC since 2021 and also on the audit committee (2022) of Vale Mineradora. In April 2023, she assumed the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the UN Global Compact Brazil and is an ambassador for SDG5 (gender equity).
Vera Lucia de Almeida Pereira Elias Member
Member of the Audit Committee. Fiscal Counsel of Indústrias Romi S.A. and Director of the Association of Finance, Administration and Accounting Executives – ANEFAC. Also member of the Corporate Governance and Compliance Council of Rio de Janeiro Commercial Association – ACRJ and Coordinator of the Institute Brazilian Corporate Governance (“IBGC”) in Chapter RJ. She was a member of the Audit Committees of the Casa da Moeda do Brasil (2018/2020) and Fibria Celulose S.A. (2018/2019). In addition, she was a member of the Fiscal Councils of Neonergia S.A. (2017/2020), Mills Structures and Engineering Services S.A (2015/2018) and Norte Energia S.A. (2013). He also served as a member of the Foundation’s Deliberative Council Vale do Rio Doce Social Security – VALIA (2013/2015) and Committee Financial Officer (2007/2011). She has extensive experience in the field of controllership, having worked for more than 25 years at VALE S.A., where achieved the position of general manager and accountant. Before that, he worked for several years at the external auditing company PricewaterhouseCoopers Independent Auditors (big four). Graduated in Accounting Sciences at the Federal University of Rio de January – UFRJ is also a lawyer and holds a law degree from the University of the State of Rio de Janeiro – UERJ, with an MBA in Finance from Instituto Brazilian Capital Market – IBMEC. Improved your knowledge through the Darden Graduate Executive Training Program School of Business Administration – University of Virginia (USA), programs leadership at the Institute for Management Development – IMD (Switzerland) and Massachusetts Institute of Technology – MIT (USA), among others updating seminars and congresses. She is certified as a Counselor by IBGC and by the Institutional Certification Institute for Professionals Social Security – ICSS.

Audit Committee Internal Regulations.

Minutes of the Audit Committee Meetings.

Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee

The Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee reports to the Board of Directors and is intended to assist that Board in establishing Banco do Brasil’s policies on human resources; remuneration of administrations; and appointment and succession of administrators.

MEMBERS TITLE
Egidio Otmar Ames Coordinator
Current coordinator of the Audit (Coaud) and Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility (Corem) Committees of Banco do Brasil SA he served as a member of the Risk and Capital Committee (Coris) between 2018 and 2020. He was coordinator of the Audit Committees of the Company Seguros Aliança (2008/2012), of Mapfre Seguros (2011/2012) and of the Insurance Group BB & Mapfre (2012/2013). He served as a member of the Fiscal Council of PREVI between 2005 and 2008. He was audit manager (2002/2004), executive manager (2004/2007) and general auditor of Banco do Brasil from July/2007 until retirement in September/2011 . He holds a degree in Business Administration from the Instituto de Educação Superior de Brasília (Iesb), with an MBA in Controlling and Audit Management at the Brasília School of Administration and Business (ESAD), as well as courses in Basic General Training for Senior Executives, Training in Executives in Auditing and Corporate Governance from the University of São Paulo (USP)/Fipecafi.
Anelize Lenzi Ruas Almeida Member
Non-independent member of the Board of Directors appointed by the controlling shareholder. Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee and Member of the Risk and Capital Committee. Attorney at the National Treasury since 2006, working in the areas of management, Union Active Debt and tax and financial consultancy. She also served in the General Consultancy of the Union (Financial Law, Economic Law and Tax Law concentration area) and in the Adjunct Office for Economic Policy of the Sub-Command of Legal Affairs of the Civil House of the Presidency of the Republic. She served, as a member, on the Supervisory Board of Banco do Brasil and on the Supervisory Board and Board of Directors of Caixa Econômica Federal. Post-graduated in Public Law (AEUDF- 2006) and in Management and Public Administration (FGV – 2013) and Master in Public Policy (Oxford – 2020). She was a Chevening Scholar and is part of the Leman Foundation Leaders Network. Currently, she is a member of the Supervisory Board of Serenas, a non-profit, non-partisan organization that guarantees the rights of girls and women in Brazil, and serves as a reviewer for the Magazine of the Public Ministry of the Federal District and Territories. She mentored the fourth Alumna Mentoring class.
Aramis Sá de Andrade Member
Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee (Corem). He also serves as a Member of the Audit Committee (Coaud) and Coordinator Member of the Technology and Innovation Committee (Cotei) of BANCO DO BRASIL;Independent Board Member, Coordinating Member of the Audit Committee (Coaud) and Member of the People, Eligibility, Succession and Remuneration Committee (Coel) at INFRAERO-Empresa Brasileira de Infraestrutura Aeroportuária S.A.; and alternate Fiscal Councilor at VIBRA ENERGIA S.A.
He was a Board Member at BANCO DO BRASIL (2021-2023), a Fiscal Advisor at GERDAU S.A. (2022-2023) and METALÚRGICA GERDAU S.A. (2018-2022); Substitute Fiscal Councilor at NORTE ENERGIA S.A. (2020-2021) and WEG S.A. (2016-2018); Deliberative Advisor at BB-PREVIDÊNCIA – Banco do Brasil Pension Fund (2015-2017); Member of the Audit Committee at BBTS-TECNOLOGIA E SERVICES (2013-2015) and Deliberative Advisor at SEBRAE-AC (1992-1995).
He was an employee of BANCO DO BRASIL from 1979 to 2015. He joined as a Minor-Apprentice and held first manager positions in regional and strategic units of the Bank in the country, including General Manager of Regional Legal Advice (Acre, Pará-Amapá, Federal District and Bahia-Sergipe), State Superintendent (Acre) and Executive Manager and General Manager (equivalent to Executive Director) in the Strategic IT Architecture and Governance Unit in the Technology Directorate, where he was responsible for themes, among others , IT/Cyber ​​Security Infrastructure, Identity and Access Management, IT Service Continuity Management, IT Security and IT Security Risk Architecture and the IT Security Investment Portfolio.
He has a degree in Economics and Law (UFAC), a specialist in Civil Law and Civil Procedural Law (Estacio de Sá) and an MBA-General Training and Development of Executives in Administration (USP/FIA); Academic Extensions, among others, in Corporate Governance and Training for Advisors (FGV, USP/FIPECAFI and IBGC), Legal Services Management (FGV), Banking and Financial System in the Global Market and Behavioral Economics (The University of Chicago Booth School of Business ), Executive Program “BB Digital Business Transformation” (MIT-USA), Operational Efficiency Responsibility and Sustainable Business (UPeace/UN-NY-USA).
Holds Professional Certifications in Corporate Governance, for proficiency and experience, by IBGC (Administration Councilor, CCA+; Fiscal Councilor, CCF; and Audit Committee Member, CCoAud+); and ICSS – Certified Professional in Social Security, with an emphasis on Administration.
Marcelo Gasparino da Silva Member
Independent member of the Board of Directors appointed by the minority shareholders, Member of the Audit Committee and Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee. Graduated in Law from Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina in 1995 and post graduated in Business Tax Administration from Fundação ESAG -ÚNICA in 2000. He has executive training in mergers and acquisitions at the London Business School and CEO FGV (IBE/FGV/IDE). He is a Professor at the ENA Foundation -Government School for certification of administrators of state-owned companies and mixed economy companies. He has been a Board Member Certified by Experience (CCAplus) at the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance -IBGC since 2010. He is an Independent Member of the Board of Directors of VALE S.A. (since April 2020), where he is Coordinator of the Sustainability Committee, and Member of the Nominating and Governance Committee, having also held the positions of Member of the Nominating Committee (from May 2022 to December 2022); Member of the Operational Excellence and Risk Committee (from May 2021 to May 2022); Member of the Sustainability Committee (from June 2020 to April 2021); also at Vale S.A., he was an Independent Alternate Member of the Board of Directors (from May 2019 to April 2020) and Alternate Member of the Board of Directors (from May 2016 to April 2017). He is a Member of the Board of Directors of PETROBRAS (from April 2021 to May 2021, and since August 2021), where he is Chairman of the Statutory Committees of Health, Safety and Environment, and of the Minority Committee, and a member of the following statutory committees: Audit Committee of the companies of the Petrobras Conglomerate, Investment Committee, and People Committee. He is a Member of the Board of Directors of ELETROBRAS (from April 2016 to April 2017 and since August 2022), where he is also Vice-Chairman of the Strategy, Governance and Sustainability Statutory Committee of Eletrobrás (since August 2022). He was Member of the Board of Directors of CEMIG (from April 2016 to July 2022); Member of the Board of Directors (from April 2019 to February 2020) of Casan; Member of the Board of Directors of CELESC (from April 2018 to April 2019). Additionally, he served as Chairman of the Board of Directors (from April 2017 to March 2023) of ETERNIT S.A.
Rachel de Oliveira Maia Member
Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee (since 08/2023) and of BB’s Audit Committee (since 09/2021), having also served as a member of the Board of Directors (04/2021 to 04/2023) and of BB’s Corporate Sustainability Committee (12/2021 to 06/2023). Founder and CEO of RM Consulting, as well as former CEO of Lacoste S.A. (Brazil). She began her career as a senior financial controller at 7-Eleven, where she developed her analytical and leadership skills as a junior manager. She served as senior business controller at Novartis Pharmacy. At Tiffany & Co., she led the company’s entry into the Brazilian market and managed all financial aspects of Tiffany’s growth as CFO for Brazil. After establishing Tiffany & Co. as the market leader in Brazil, she was hired to lead the expansion and growth of the Danish brand Pandora. As CEO of Pandora Brazil, she led the company’s growth from two points of sale to over 92 in a period of 8 and a half years. She has a degree in accounting from the FMU University Center and an MBA from the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV). Completed the Negotiation and Leadership course through the Harvard Business School Executive Education Program and general management training at the University of Victoria in British Columbia, Canada. Member of the General Council of the Danish Consulate and the Danish Chamber of Commerce, as well as a member of the President’s Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce, the Institute for Retail Development, the Brazilian Women’s Group and the Economic and Social Development Council. She has served on the human committee of CVC since 2021 and also on the audit committee (2022) of Vale Mineradora. In April 2023, she assumed the position of Chairman of the Board of Directors of the UN Global Compact Brazil and is an ambassador for SDG5 (gender equity).

Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee Internal Regulations.

Minutes of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee Meetings.

Risks and Capital Committee

The Risk and Capital Committee was created to assist the Board of Directors regarding the exercise of its duties related to risk and capital management, in a unified manner, for the institutions that are part of the Prudential Conglomerate of Banco do Brasil.

MEMBERS Title
Vilmar Gongora Coordinator
Member of the Risks and Capital Committee, since september/2017. He is also a member of the Corporate Sustainability Committee. He was an employee of Banco do Brasil for 38 years, holding various positions in the areas of Risk, Credit and Commercial Management. He was Executive Manager (2009/13) in the BIS Project, responsible for the implementation of guidelines of the BIS Committee and regulations of Banco Central do Brasil. Deputy Coordinator (2007/08) and Coordinator (2008/09) of the Febraban Credit Risk Management Subcommittee. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Physics from the University of São Paulo, has an Executive MBA in Finance (Ibmec), a Risk MBA (USP/Fipecafi) and an Executive MBA in Advanced Business Management (UFMT/Inepad).
Anelize Lenzi Ruas Almeida Member
Non-independent member of the Board of Directors appointed by the controlling shareholder. Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee and Member of the Risk and Capital Committee. Attorney at the National Treasury since 2006, working in the areas of management, Union Active Debt and tax and financial consultancy. She also served in the General Consultancy of the Union (Financial Law, Economic Law and Tax Law concentration area) and in the Adjunct Office for Economic Policy of the Sub-Command of Legal Affairs of the Civil House of the Presidency of the Republic. She served, as a member, on the Supervisory Board of Banco do Brasil and on the Supervisory Board and Board of Directors of Caixa Econômica Federal. Post-graduated in Public Law (AEUDF- 2006) and in Management and Public Administration (FGV – 2013) and Master in Public Policy (Oxford – 2020). She was a Chevening Scholar and is part of the Leman Foundation Leaders Network. Currently, she is a member of the Supervisory Board of Serenas, a non-profit, non-partisan organization that guarantees the rights of girls and women in Brazil, and serves as a reviewer for the Magazine of the Public Ministry of the Federal District and Territories. She mentored the fourth Alumna Mentoring class.
Ieda Aparecida de Moura Cagni Member
Member of the Risks and Capital Committee. She is a National Treasury Attorney, graduated in Law from the University Center of Anápolis, with specialization in Public Law from the Processus College, DF, MBA and Master in Public Administration from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV). Lawyer for 9 years, especially in the area of condominiums, real estate, health insurance and before the Municipal Taxpayers Council. Joined the Office of the Attorney General of the National Treasury – PGFN in 2008, where he worked in the Special Follow-up Division acting in the relevant causes of the 1st Region; he was Chief of Defense of the 1st Region. In 2013 she began working in the administrative area of PGFN, she was General Coordinator of Administration, Director of Corporate Management and currently holds the position of Secretary General of Administration of the Office of the General Counsel for the Union – AGU. She has served on the Advisory Councils of VALEC Engenharia, Construções e Ferrovia S/A, of BB Gestão de Recursos – Distribuidora de Títulos e Valores Mobiliários, controlled by Banco do Brasil, and she served as alternate member on the Advisory Council of Banco do Brasil S/A. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Data Processing Service (Serpro) and of Empresa Baiana de Água e Saneamento (Embasa).
Paulo Roberto Evangelista de Lima Member
Member of the Risk and Capital Committee, having also served as a member of the Board of Directors (04/2019 to 04/2023) and the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee (05/2019 to 06/2023) of BB. He worked at Banco do Brasil for 34 years, where he was regional superintendent, executive manager and director of internal controls and risk management, member of the Supervisory Committee of Banco do Brasil in Japan, board member of BB Securities – New York and London. He was CEO of Banco de Brasília S.A. from January 2013 to October 2014, where he served as a board member, chairman of the board of directors of Cartão BRB S.A., board member of Cadan and Celesc – Centrais Elétrica de Santa Catarina S.A., where he coordinated the Legal and Audit Committee. He has also acted as a supervisory board member in several companies – Caixa de Previdência dos Funcionários do Banco do Brasil – PREVI, Caixa de Assistência dos Funcionários do Banco do Brasil – CASSI, Rio Grande Energia, CPFL Distribuição and CPFL Geração, Distribuidora de Produtos de Petróleo Ipiranga S.A., Usinas Siderúrgicas de Minas Gerais S.A. – Usiminas, having been chairman of the Supervisory Board of Cecrisa Revestimentos Cerâmicos. He is currently a member of the supervisory board of Companhia Siderúrgica Nacional – CSN. He was an alternate board member of TUPY S.A. and a member of the Advisory Board of Instituto de Ensino Bilíngue Ltda. (Avidus School) in Brasília. He has been a certified fiscal advisor by the Institute of Corporate Governance – IBGC – since October 2016. He was a founding partner of the company Sustent’ar – Industria, Comércio e Logistica de Madeiras Ltda., where he served as CEO from June 2012 to August 2019. He has a degree in business administration, an M.B.A. – Training for Senior Executives from Banco do Brasil – Fundação Dom Cabral, a Lato Sensu postgraduate degree in Financial Administration – IBMEC, a specialization in Business Management – Fundação Dom Cabral and a Corporate Governance Course from USP.
Walter Eustáquio Ribeiro Member
Member of the Risks and Capital Committee. General Director Mackenzie Brasília (College and School); Institutional Relations of the Mackenzie Presbyterian Institute; Executive Director of the Mackenzie Presbyterian Institute. Bachelor in International Relations – University of Brasília – UnB; Postgraduate courses – Lato Sensu; Marketing – University of Brasília – UnB; Human Resources – University of Brasília – UnB; Educational Management – Catholic University of Brasília – UCB; MBA – Controller; FIPECAFI/University of São Paulo – USP; Training of Advisors (Corporate Governance) by Fundação Dom Cabral – MG. Stricto Sensu – Master’s in Administration – University of Brasília; PhD in Administration, not completed – University of Brasília – UnB. Various managerial, executive and Presidency Advisory positions at Banco do Brasil for more than 30 years, where he worked in Branches and in General Management areas, such as the Personnel, Commercial, Controlling and Auditing areas. He served as a member of the Board of Directors of Banco do Brasil between 2021 and 2023 and as a member of the Audit Committee between 2022 and 2023. Consultant for the United Nations Development Program – UNDP, in work such as the Preparation and implementation of a Resolution Course non-Adversarial Conflicts (Mediation and Conciliation) for TJDFT Judges. Professor of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Studies at the University of Brasília – UnB (from 1991 to 2011); Postgraduate Professor at FGV; from INESC/CENEC; from AEUDF/ICAT; the Catholic University of Brasília; from FIPECAFI – University of São Paulo; Speaker in Brazil and abroad in the areas of Strategic Management, Business Strategy, Communication, Negotiation and Mediation. Marketing Director at SLADE (Latin American Strategy Society). Member of the DF Education Council and President of the Basic Education Chamber of the Education Council. Advisor to the National Education Council. Decorations by the Brazilian Army and the Brazilian Navy.

Risk and Capital Internal Regulations.

Technology and Innovation Committee

Cotei is a collegiate body that reports to the Board of Directors and has the purpose of advising that Board on issues related to technological trends, new business models and innovation projects or initiatives to face these trends and their effects on Banco do Brasil.

 

MEMBERS TITLE
Aramis Sá de Andrade Coordinator
Coordinator Member of the Technology and Innovation Committee (Cotei). He also serves as a Member of the Audit Committee (Coaud) and Member of the Humans, Remuneration and Eligibility Committee (Corem) of BANCO DO BRASIL;Independent Board Member, Coordinating Member of the Audit Committee (Coaud) and Member of the People, Eligibility, Succession and Remuneration Committee (Coel) at INFRAERO-Empresa Brasileira de Infraestrutura Aeroportuária S.A.; and alternate Fiscal Councilor at VIBRA ENERGIA S.A.
He was a Board Member at BANCO DO BRASIL (2021-2023), a Fiscal Advisor at GERDAU S.A. (2022-2023) and METALÚRGICA GERDAU S.A. (2018-2022); Substitute Fiscal Councilor at NORTE ENERGIA S.A. (2020-2021) and WEG S.A. (2016-2018); Deliberative Advisor at BB-PREVIDÊNCIA – Banco do Brasil Pension Fund (2015-2017); Member of the Audit Committee at BBTS-TECNOLOGIA E SERVICES (2013-2015) and Deliberative Advisor at SEBRAE-AC (1992-1995).
He was an employee of BANCO DO BRASIL from 1979 to 2015. He joined as a Minor-Apprentice and held first manager positions in regional and strategic units of the Bank in the country, including General Manager of Regional Legal Advice (Acre, Pará-Amapá, Federal District and Bahia-Sergipe), State Superintendent (Acre) and Executive Manager and General Manager (equivalent to Executive Director) in the Strategic IT Architecture and Governance Unit in the Technology Directorate, where he was responsible for themes, among others , IT/Cyber ​​Security Infrastructure, Identity and Access Management, IT Service Continuity Management, IT Security and IT Security Risk Architecture and the IT Security Investment Portfolio.
He has a degree in Economics and Law (UFAC), a specialist in Civil Law and Civil Procedural Law (Estacio de Sá) and an MBA-General Training and Development of Executives in Administration (USP/FIA); Academic Extensions, among others, in Corporate Governance and Training for Advisors (FGV, USP/FIPECAFI and IBGC), Legal Services Management (FGV), Banking and Financial System in the Global Market and Behavioral Economics (The University of Chicago Booth School of Business ), Executive Program “BB Digital Business Transformation” (MIT-USA), Operational Efficiency Responsibility and Sustainable Business (UPeace/UN-NY-USA).
Holds Professional Certifications in Corporate Governance, for proficiency and experience, by IBGC (Administration Councilor, CCA+; Fiscal Councilor, CCF; and Audit Committee Member, CCoAud+); and ICSS – Certified Professional in Social Security, with an emphasis on Administration.
Debora Cristina Fonseca Member
Member  at Technology and Innovation Committee. Served as Member of the Board of Directors appointed by employees an elected in April 2019. Joined Banco Nossa Caixa S/A in 2006, and was incorporated as BB’s employee in 2009. Served as Assistant and Services Manager in Large Corporate Office, and is currently an advisor in Large Corporate Superintendence. She holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Communication and Technologist in Human Resources Management, a MBA in Banking and Corporate Finance, postgraduate in Strategic Management, Innovation and Knowledge. She has a Anbima CPA-20 Professional Certificate.
Octavio René Lebarbenchon Neto Member
Member of the Technology and Innovation Committee. Master in Public Administration, graduated from the National Institute of Public Administration – INAP (Madrid/Spain). In public activities, he was Secretary of State for Administration of the Government of Santa Catarina and Special Advisor to the City of Florianópolis. He served on the Commercial and Marketing Board of large business groups such as Unimed Florianópolis, Grupo Almeida Júnior de Shopping Center and Unike Group. He is currently President of ADM/SA and Lebarbenchon Capital. Advisor/consultant for the following companies: Orcali, Ypy ice creams, Coringa, Alexandre Jackes Group, Eco Postos (Director and advisor). He has also worked as a university professor for over 25 years. He is a professor of Services, Business Ethics and Negotiation and Consulting at Udesc/Esag.
Paulo Roberto Simão Bijos Member
Member  at Technology and Innovation Committee , non-independent member of the Board of Directors appointed by the controlling shareholder. PhD student in Political Science at the University of Brasília (UnB). Master in Legislative Power from the Centro de Formação, Treinamento e Aperfeiçoamento (CEFOR) of the Chamber of Deputies. Since 2016, he has been a Budget and Financial Inspection Consultant for the Chamber of Deputies. He has held the positions of: Budget, Inspection and Control Consultant for the Federal Senate; Federal External Control Auditor of the TCU; Auditor (Substitute Counselor) of the Court of Auditors of the State of São Paulo; and Planning and Budget Analyst at the then Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management.
Rodrigo Klein Member
Member  at Technology and Innovation Committee.Bachelor in Computer Science from the University of Brasília – UNB, Postgraduate, “Lato Sensu” MBA in Computer Engineering from the University of São Paulo – USP, Postgraduate, “Lato Sensu” MBA in Strategic Information System Administration by Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV, BB Executive Ascension Program (IBGC, Insper and Columbia University – USA) and Imersão Silicon Valley (StarteSe University – California USA).
Employee of Banco do Brasil S/A for 35 years. He joined the company in 1984, as a minor apprentice, moving on to an administrative career in 1987. In 1994, he joined the technical area of ​​the Technology Department, where he worked until his retirement in 2019. During this period, he worked as a Systems Analyst until 2001, when he began to perform managerial functions, ending his career as IT General Manager.

Internal Regulation of the Technology and Innovation Committee

Corporate Sustainability Committee

The Cosem is a collegiate body that reports to the Board of Directors and is intended to assist that Board in topics related to sustainability in the Banco do Brasil, considering the market’s best practices and the voluntary commitments by Banco do Brasil.

 

MEMBERS TITLE
Eveline Franco Veloso Susin Coordinator
Coodinator of the Corporate Sustainability Committee. Former employee of Banco do Brasil. She was CEO of Fundação Banco do Brasil and was the Operations and Customer Relations Officer at BB Previdência. At Banco do Brasil, she worked on the Credit, International and Foreign Trade departments and as a project and strategic partnership manager in the Related Companies Governance department. She was deputy director at the BB branch in Paris, France, and executive manager at Elopar Group company operating in microfinance. She holds a degree in Economics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais, an Executive MBA in Finance from IBMEC and a specialization in economics from the George Washington University – USA. She has a Board of Directors training at IBGC.
Elisa Vieira Leonel Member
Non-independent member of the Board of Directors appointed by the controlling shareholder and Member of the Corporate Sustainability Committee. Elisa Leonel is Secretary of Coordination and Governance of State-owned Companies, at the Ministry of Management and Innovation in Public Services. She is a PhD candidate in Political Science and a Master in Administration and Public Policy, both from the Universidade de Brasília. She graduated in Public Administration from Fundação João Pinheiro / MG. She was Anatel’s Consumer Relations Superintendent for 9 years. She has worked as a co-liaison for the consumer protection study group at the International Telecommunications Union, and has also served as the representative of the Americas on the Advisory Board of the Women’s Network in the same organization. She previously served as Director of Corporate Relations and Responsible Business at DialMyApp. She also held the position of Special Advisor to the Executive Secretary of the Ministry of Communications, advisor for digital inclusion projects at the Presidency of the Republic and Universalization Manager at Anatel.
Kelly Tatiane Martins Quirino Member
Non-independent member of the Board of Directors elected by Banco do Brasil employees and member of the Corporate Sustainability Committee. PhD in Communication from the Universidade de Brasília (UNB), Master in Media Communication and Journalist with a degree from the Universidade Estadual Paulista. Researcher associated with Intercom in the areas of print journalism and specialized journalism. She worked in Communication at Fundação Banco do Brasil, producing external content, internal communication, and events. She was a visiting researcher through the Capes PhD-Sandwich Program at Tulane University from August 2015 to May 2016. She researches journalism, race relations, and diversity. She is currently an advisor to the Internal Communication management of Banco do Brasil at the Directorate of Marketing and Communication Officer – Dimac. She is a professor of Organizational Communication at the University of Brasilia and the courses of Advertising, Design and Journalism at Universidade Católica de Brasília. She was elected the Caref representative on the Board of Directors of Banco do Brasil, mandate 2023/2025.
Robert Juenemann Member
Independent member of the Board of Directors appointed by minority shareholders and member of the Corporate Sustainability Committee. He was a member of the Technology and Innovation Committee from 2021 to 2023. Lawyer, founding partner of Robert Juenemann Advocacia. He was a member of the Supervisory Board of Vale S.A. and Alternate Member of the Supervisory Board’s of Eletrobrás and Petrobrás until April 2023. He was Member of the Board of Directors, Member of the Audit Committee and Coordinating Member of the People Committee of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC); he also served as a member of the Supervisory Board in several companies – Banco do Brasil – Petrobrás S.A. – Vale S.A. – JBS S.A. – Raia Drogasil S.A – Eternit – AES Tietê Energia S.A. – Celesc. He served as Counselor at IESBA – International Council for Standardization of Ethical Practices for the Accounting and Auditing Profession for 5 years, in New York. Graduated in Law from the Pontifícia Universidade Católica Rio Grande do Sul – PUC/RS, he has a postgraduate degree in Civil Procedural Law at the same institution, a postgraduate degree in Strategic Planning from ESPM/RS; Specialist in Arbitration from the Universidade de Santa Cruz do Sul – UNISC/RS and Specialist in Tax Law and Procedure from the Public Ministry Foundation of Rio Grande do Sul – FMP/RS. Board Member and Fiscal Councilor certified by the IBGC Board Member Certification Program. Belongs to the LGBTQIAPN+ diversity group.
Vilmar Gongora Member
Member of the Corporate Sustainability Committee. He also acts as coordinating member of the Risk and Capital Committee of Banco do Brasil. He was an employee of Banco do Brasil for 38 years, holding various positions in the areas of Risk Management, Credit and Commercial, as well as executive manager (2009 to 2013) in the Basel Project, being responsible for the implementation of Basel Committee guidelines and regulations of the Brazilian central bank. Vice-coordinator (2007 to 2008) and coordinator (2008 to 2009) of Febraban’s Credit Risk Management Subcommittee. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physics from the University of São Paulo, with an Executive MBA in Finance (Ibmec), an MBA in Risks (USP/Fipecafi), an Executive MBA in Advanced Business Management (UFMT/Inepad) and an ESG Journey Program (HSM-Conscious Capitalism Brazil) .

Corporate Sustainability Committee Internal Regulations.

 


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