Manaus Security holds public hearing for accountability

The event will take place from 14h, not next day 10.
06/11/2015 14h12 - Updated 6/11/2015 14h12
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The Manaus Security will be held on 10, Tuesday, public hearing on pension issues. The idea is accountable to municipal servers and supervisory bodies on the financial and actuarial situation of the local authority. The event will take place from 14h, in the auditorium of the Municipal Education (semed), Features of. Mario Ypiranga Monteiro, No 2.549, Park 10 from November, Centro-Sul.

"We will inform, for example, as is the investment portfolio, which funds the financial market we invest and why, demonstrating clearly how and where we are investing the money in the municipal public servant ", said the CEO of the agency, Marcelo Magaldi.

The hearing will address three issues: the current time of Manaus Security; investments made during the year 2015 and prospects for 2016; and the actuarial situation of the organ. Marcelo Magaldi will be responsible for exposing the first and second themes. Or consultant Gustavo Carrozzino, the Brasilis Consulting, closes the meeting presenting the actuarial situation of Manaus Security.

This will be the third public hearing organized by the agency, all made in the current municipal management. "The administration of Mayor Arthur Virgilio Neto possible change, for the best, the face of municipal pension ", highlights Magaldi, adding that transparency in order to manage the objective authority not only bring information to the municipal civil service and control bodies, but also stimulate monitoring, by two servers, on the daily lives of the local authority, responsible for managing the resources that guarantee the payment of pensions of municipal employees.

"Transparency is a requirement of the control bodies and all were invited to attend the hearing. Actions such as this strengthen the institution ", He concluded Magaldi.

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