Petrobras' board will examine indication Pedro Parente on Monday

The indication Parente for the presidency of the state was made yesterday by Michel Temer.
20/05/2016 11h56 - Updated 20/05/2016 11h56
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The Board of Directors of Petrobras enjoy, next Monday (23), the appointment of Pedro Pullen Parente engineer for the presidency of the state. The agenda will be debated at an extraordinary board meeting.

The indication Parente for the presidency of the state was made yesterday (19) the President of the Republic, Michel Temer.

In an interview yesterday, Parente praised the management of the current president of the state, Aldemar me to, appointed in February last year after the resignation of Grace Foster.

In the interview, Parente said there will be political appointees to state. According to him, the absence of information will facilitate your own life and that of the other company executives. “Is for or case, and will not be, certainly they [directions] not be accepted. This was one of the points that made me decide [accept the invitation]”, he said, after admitting that “challenge” He was not in his plans.

Pedro Parente was Minister of Planning, of Staff and Acting Minister of Mines and Energy under President Fernando Henrique Cardoso.

The federal government, He was also president of the Crisis Management Board of Energy 2001/2002 and coordinated the transition team between the FHC and President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva.

Training Engineer, Pedro Pullen Parente was president and CEO of Bunge Brazil between 2010 e 2014. Also he served as the International Monetary Fund consultant (IMF) and state departments.

currently, He is Chairman of the BM Administration&FBOVESPA, member of the boards of SBR-Global and ABC Group and managing partner of the Prada group of consulting and financial advisory. In 2012, He was appointed as one of the 100 most influential figures in Brazil in the category Builders, according to the magazine Season.

Edition: Carolina Pimentel

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