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Supervisory Board

The Supervisory Board is an independent supervisory body of the directors for reporting to the shareholders, installed by decision of the Annual General Shareholders’ Meeting, whose purpose is to preserve the value of the organization.

It is composed of five effective members and their respective alternates, elected by the Annual General Shareholders’ Meeting.

Renato da Motta Andrade Neto Chairperson Member indicated by the Minister of Economy
Federal Auditor of Finance and Control ,is the current General Coordinator of Credit Operations for States and Municipalities of the National Treasury Secretariat. He is a member of the Supervisory Boards of Petrobras Logística de Exploração e Produção (PB-Log) and TRANSPETRO and has served as a member of the Supervisory Board of IMBEL and Stratura Asfaltos. He holds a degree in Economics from the Universidade de Brasília (UnB), with a Masters in Economics from Ibmec-RJ.
Andriei José Beber Alternate Member appointed by minority shareholders
Alternate member of the Fiscal Council. Board Member Certified by the IBGC, with experience in finance, controlling, auditing, strategy, remuneration and sustainability; Professor of the FGV Management Executive Training Program, working in the area of ​​Finance and Quantitative Methods; Researcher and Consultant in the area of ​​corporate governance, management and maintenance of infrastructure, analysis of investment projects and corporate finance. PhD in Engineering from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. He was Board Member of Centrais Elétricas de Santa Catarina/CELESC SA (2010-2015), where he coordinated the Strategic and Executive Development Committee with direct involvement in the preparation of management and performance contracts; Led the process of revising the charter of the Board of Directors and its respective committees; An ESG enthusiast, he set up the Sustainability Committee, coordinating it during his time at CELESC. He was an alternate member of the Board of Directors at ELETROPAULO (2017-2018), where he was a member of the Compensation and People Committee, directly involved in the realignment of people management policies in view of the migration to the Novo Mercado. Director of COPEL (2021-2023), where he chaired the Sustainable Development Committee. He is currently a member of Tecnisa’s Board of Directors, where he coordinates the Audit Committee; Alternate Board Member of KLABIN and Alternate Fiscal Council Member of CSN. Awarded as the best professor of Finance and Quantitative Methods in Brazil in 2009, 2010, 2013 and 2014. He is co-author of the books Compliance Estratégico vol. 1 and 2. He has more than 100 works published in Brazil and abroad.
Antonio Emílio Bastos Freire Alternate Member appointed by minority shareholders
Antonio Emílio Bastos Freire – Head of Strategic Planning, Special Advisor, Auditor, Secretary of Planning of the Federal District 2020 – Current Strategic formulation of economic policies in the Federal District, including privatization, valuation, public-private partnerships, and financial alignment of revenues and expenditures. Implementation with a risk and control perspective. Practical and rational analysis of scenarios for the development of strategic actions, highlighting facts and options, evaluating proposed options, and recommending implementation. Acting in an integrated way through a risk and control perspective. Chief Risk Officer, Chief Strategy Officer, Auditor Comptroller General of the Federal District | 2010 – Current Managed, controlled or audited, depending on the function, $13.5 billion. I designed and implemented governance structures, risk management strategies and compliance systems. I acted as liaison between Brazilian organizations, the World Bank, the Inter-American Development Bank and the Institute of Internal Auditors. Managed, trained and guided decision-makers, secretaries of state, directors, managers and auditors in state-owned companies, banks and pension funds. Instructor, Board Member | RP Risk Management | 2017 – Current I developed the company and stepped away from execution. Developed marketing plans, emphasizing brand development, advertising, investor relations. Disseminated and promoted to senior level professionals knowledge about internal audit and its proper role in control, risk management and corporate governance. Provided comprehensive education and professional development opportunities, standards and other professional practice guidance and certification programs. Managing Director | CRI Group | 2018 – 2018 On leave from public service I was responsible for defining operations in Latin America. I increased divisional profits and domestic market share. Managed and developed the business in the region, including people development, product strategy and pricing, distribution channels and partnerships. Core and advisory: certification and training, due diligence, AML integrity and compliance, third-party risk management. Executive Director | Lynx Consulting | 2004 – 2006 Managed consulting services provided at the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development. Led market research and field testing, developed policy strategies, forecasted growth and trade. Director of Marketing and Operations | Argile Investments | 2002 – 2004 Led the marketing and sales efforts for the group’s international product division.
Bernard Appy Incumbent Member indicated by the Minister of Economy
Member indicated by the Minister of Economy.Secretary of the Extraordinary Secretariat for Tax Reform of the Ministry of Finance. Graduated in economics from USP, from 2015 to 2022 he was director of the Fiscal Citizenship Center, an independent think tank that aims to contribute to the improvement of the Brazilian tax system. From 2003 to 2009 he held management positions at the Ministry of Finance, having been Executive Secretary, Secretary of Economic Policy and Extraordinary Secretary of Economic-Fiscal Reforms. During this period he was president of the Board of Directors of Banco do Brasil. From 1995 to 2002 and from 2012 to 2014 he was partner and director of LCA Consultores. From 2010 to 2011 he was director of BM&FBOVESPA.


Fernando Florêncio Campos Incumbent Member appointed by minority shareholders
Employee of Banco do Brasil from 1984 to 2019, where he held, among other positions, Wholesale Commercial Superintendent (2006 to 2010), Executive of the Corporate Bank Board (2010 to 2015), Governance Director (2015 to 2016) and, finally , Statutory Director for Capital Markets and Large Corporate (2016 to 2019) and also Managing Director of BB Investimentos (2016 to 2019). He currently serves as a Member of the Statutory Audit Committee of the company ENEVA S.A. Graduated in Accounting Sciences, post-graduated in Administration/Financial Management and MBA in General Training for Senior Executives. He was a member of the Board of Directors of Elo Participações, BB Securities, Kepler Weber S.A. and Banco Patagonia; and the Audit Committees of BBTur Viagens e Turismo Ltda and Elo Participações. He was a member of the Compensation and Human Resources Committee (CR) at Banco Votorantim (BV) and the Governance Committee at Cielo S/A.
Gileno Gurjão Barreto Incumbent Member appointed by minority shareholders
Gileno Gurjão Barreto, 51, Attorney at Law, MBA, is a senior executive with over 30 years of experience in leadership positions in the audit and consulting, technology and energy industries. He is a qualified professional in the areas of tax, finance, accounting, and auditing and consulting. He was tax manager responsible for the audit of Banco do Brasil from 2003 to 2006. He is currently CEO of Companhia de Processamento de Dados do Estado de São Paulo (Prodesp) and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Petrobrás S.A. Gileno was President and Legal Director of SERPRO S.A., a federal technology and information company, from 2019 to 2023. In the private sector, he was a partner in the legal and tax department of PwC, leading the Brazilian tax and tax litigation practice, where he had a career from 1991 to 2018. Gileno was also a Board Member of the Administrative Council of Tax Appeals of the Ministry of Finance (CARF) from 2004 to 2014, where he was a member of the Superior Chamber of Tax Appeals, and holds training and certification for Board of Directors by IBGC and training for Tax Board Members also by IBGC.
Ivan Tiago Machado Oliveira Alternate Member indicated by the Minister of Economy
Member indicated by the Minister of Economy. Economist with a doctorate and master’s degree in Administration from the Federal University of Bahia. Career public servant since May 2009, having held leadership and management positions throughout his career. He is currently Undersecretary of Financing for Sustainable Development at the Ministry of Finance.
Manoel Nazareno Procópio de Moura Júnior Alternate Member indicated by the Minister of Economy
Alternate member of the Fiscal Council. Bachelor of Economic Sciences and Law from UFMG. He has worked in roles related to tax issues since 1994, having worked at the Minas Gerais State Revenue Service, the Minas Gerais State Finance Secretariat and the Ministry of Finance, where he is currently Director of the Extraordinary Secretariat for Tax Reform. He served on the Supervisory Boards of Casa da Moeda do Brasil and Caixa Participações and on the Boards of Directors of Empresa Mineira de Parcerias and Minas Gerais Participações.
Tatiana Rosito Incumbent Member indicated by the Minister of Economy
Member indicated by the Minister of Economy. Career economist and diplomat with over 25 years of experience in the public sector and international organizations. She worked for more than twelve years in Asia, where she was Senior Consultant at the New Development Bank (2020-2022) and Chief Representative of Petrobras in China and General Manager of Business Development in Asia (2017-2019). In Brazil (2014-2107), she was Executive Secretary of the Chamber of Foreign Trade of the Presidency of the Republic (CAMEX) and Special Advisor to the Ministers of Planning and Finance. She is a Senior Fellow at the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI), where she was the founder of the China Analysis Group, which she coordinated until 2020. She is an invited member of the advisory committee of the Brazil-China Business Council. He holds a master’s degree in International Development from the Harvard Kennedy School and an Executive MBA from INSEAD and Tsinghua University. He graduated in economics from UFRJ and specialized at UnB.
Vacant Incumbent Member indicated by the Minister of Economy

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Updated 06/11/2024 at 01:02 pm