Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi Knocked Off As CEO Of Banco Bradesco Because The Bank Needs Younger Executives To Compete With All-Digital Banking Operations July 17, 2018

     For countless decades, Lazaro de Melo Brandao served Banco Bradesco in either the capacity of President, Chief Executive Officer, or Chairman of the company’s Board of Directors. Once he stepped down in October 2017 – nearly a year ago at this point – from his long-running post as Chairman of the Board of Directors news media outlets quickly began speculating about which high-ranking executives would remain in their current positions or – if they were lucky – perhaps move into the spot of Chief Executive Officer, a C-suite position coveted by every employee of every corporation on planet Earth.

To make up for the immediate resignation of Mr. Lazaro de Melo Brandao, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi adopted the role of Chairman of the Board of Directors and was named the President of Banco Bradesco. Once a replacement was named for the spot of President, Trabuco was expected to stay true in the roles of Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of Directors. However, for whatever reason, people in charge of hiring decisions decided not to keep Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi in charge of its daily operations as the Chief Executive Officer of Banco Bradesco.

While Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is very much still with Banco Bradesco, he’s just no longer in as much executive control as he was for the previous nine years. During his stint as Banco Bradesco’s head cheese – the Chief Executive Officer – he played an instrumental role in securing HSBC Bank in an acquisition that helped Banco Bradesco grow significantly.

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi’s replacement – Octavio Lazari – has worked for Banco Bradesco for roughly nine fewer years than the now-former Chief Executive Officer.

Mr. Trabuco wasn’t moved out of the position of CEO because he was incompetent, got in trouble, or did the company wrong – or showed his rear end to the world, this making look bad. As a matter of fact, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi couldn’t have done anything better. He potentiated himself to bring the best Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi possible to the figurative table.

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Matt Badiali’s Advice on Investing in the Gold Market December 10, 2017

     Matt Badiali is a natural resource investment advisor and works at the Real Wealth Strategist as an editor. In one of his most recent articles, he advised investors not to give up investing in gold because of its poor performance over the last couple of months. He agrees that the investment demand for gold has dropped significantly and the gold market’s performance has not been as bad as it was in this year’s third quarter since 2009, but this does not mean that investing in the metal right now is unprofitable. In fact, despite the steep drop in the third quarter, the gold market has gone up by 12% this year and this is remarkable performance. From his expert assessment of the market, he expects this trend to continue and believes that it is a good time to invest in gold. Matt has visited a couple of gold mines and knows exactly which ones are the best to invest in.


About Matt Badiali


Matt Badiali has been involved in the natural resource industry for more than 20 years, and this puts him in a great place to provide natural resource investment advice. What sets him apart from other natural resource investment advisors is the fact that he actually takes the trouble to visit oil wells and mines so that he can see firsthand how they are performing. Some of the places he has visited include Switzerland, Hong Kong, Iraq and Turkey to mention but a few.


Matt Badiali studied Earth Sciences at Pennsylvania State University, and he is also an alumnus of Florida Atlantic University from where he graduated with masters in Geology. His background in geology makes him good at assessing oil wells and mines since he knows exactly what to look for to know whether an oil well or a mine is a good investment. This means that he provides investors with topnotch advice on the right investments to make.




Matt Badiali is known for his accurate predictions of various natural resource markets and the gold market is no exception. Investors should, therefore, heed his advice in order to make big profits from investing in gold. Many investors have benefited from his expert advice on natural resource investment.


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Jeff Yastine And Why Technology Talks December 3, 2017

     Jeff Yastine is a writer for and an editor for Total Wealth Insider at Banyan Hill Publishing. Recently, he published an article on titled, “The Hot New Tech Industry You’ve Never Heard Of”. In this article, Jeff talks all about companies embracing regulatory technology for their businesses.


What is regulatory technology?

‘Regtech’ is technology that is supposed to help a company cut costs spent for regulation. Regulatory technology usually applies the principles of artificial intelligence in order to help keeps companies in line with the various policies that are created left and right for businesses to adhere to. In addition, regtech can also come in the form of blockchain technology, too.


Why is it good for businesses?

Increased regulations by the federal and local government can mean higher and higher costs to a company or corporation in order to enforce all of these new rules. Fortunately, Jeff Yastine praises regulatory technology as a solid investment for a company to make. He also lists statistics and links that show that the regulatory technology industry is booming, and is also predicted to keep growing as businesses continue to start utilizing it.


Who is Jeff Yastine?

Jeff Yastine has over twenty years experience as a financial journalist. He also had been a stock market investor for just as long. Yastine is Emmy-nominated, successful, and highly educated on the topics for which he writes about. Besides writing, he has also been on television. From 1994 to 2010, Jeff Yastine was an anchor and correspondent at PBS Nightly Business Report, for which he became nominated for an Emmy. His reporting has helped countless businesses and companies, whether big or small. He also has helped the everyday man navigate and make better financial and investment choices.


When did Jeff Yastine join Banyan Hill?

In 2015, Jeff Yastine joined Banyan Hill Publishing as an editor. He also regularly contributes on a weekly basis to some of their other publications, such as Sovereign Investor Daily. Yastine primarily edits Banyan Hill’s Total Wealth Insider. Many readers look forward to his words of wisdom.

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Sawyer Howitt Describes The Best Cities For Young Entrepreneurs September 27, 2017

     Sawyer Howitt is an up and coming entrepreneur out of Portland, Oregon. The young professional already holds a position as a project manager at a big name brand development and marketing company called the Meriweather group. He is also further honing his entrepreneurial abilities by pursuing an entrepreneurial finance degree at the University of California Berkeley. His interests include rooting for the local basketball team, fishing, playing racquetball and supporting local charities in the Portland area. Below Sawyer Howitt describes some of the best cities in the USA for young entrepreneurs to reside in.

San Francisco has always been welcoming to young people and today it is no different. The company is home to major tech and clothing companies such as Levi Strauss, Twitter and Uber. With these companies continuing to expand, it is no surprise that the city continues to attract young entrepreneurs. Scenic surroundings, a hip city scene, and a highly educated populace also make San Francisco appealing to young business people.

Austin, Texas is another hub for young entrepreneurs. The capitol of Texas is well known for its strong support and funding of new businesses. With strong economic growth, a large millennial population and a strong initiative to pursue higher education it is no surprise why Austin, Texas is at the top of the list for new startups. Entertainment and food is also highly regarded in the city which prides itself on a motto that is “keep Austin weird.”

It may not seem like it at first glance, but Salt Lake City is an excellent place for a young millennial age entrepreneur to settle down. The city is extremely affordable to live in and has a business community that is very supportive of new entrepreneurs. Nearby Brigham University and a mentoring culture can also enhance the success of new ventures.

Denver, Colorado is another great city for millennial entrepreneurs. Young entrepreneurs enjoy strong incentives from the state government and get a lot of support from nearby universities, research institutes and local business leaders. The city even hosts an event called the Denver Startup Week which promotes networking and entrepreneurship in the city.

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Conquering Mexican Media: Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega and Televisa, S.A. August 18, 2017

     Although Mexico is home to various media companies, two significant enterprises dominate the industry. The primary competitor of the most prominent, Televisa, S.A., is TV Azteca.

TV Azteca, an international corporation, has been owned by Grupo Salinas since the privatization of state channels. The company mostly focuses on a Latin American audience through TV programming, theater, movies, and music. It is also heavily involved in Centro de Estudios y Formación Actoral, an acting school, and has a partnership with NBC.

Televisa, S.A, however, holds the title of most prominent media company. This Mexican enterprise is involved in diverse types of entertainment. In addition to radio, sports, movies, live entertainment, and an internet portal, Televisa has over 250 national and regional television channels and is one of the world’s leading magazine providers. It holds 40% of Univision and annually holds the Nuestra Belleza Mexico beauty pageant. The company’s popularity spreads from Latin America to the hispanic population of the US.

Televisa’s success would not be possible without Alfonso de Angoitia Noriega. Originally a law major at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, he is now one of Televisa’s most important executives. Angoitia has been on the board of the company since 1997, holding positions such as Chief Financial Officer, Chairman of Finances, and Managing Director. Although he has been the Vice President of Televisa since 2000, he is most notably regarded as the financial mastermind of the company, having played a major role in the $1.2 billion deal with Univision.

Aside from his success with Televisa, Noriega was a founding partner of major law firm Mijares, Angoitia, Cortes y Fuentes, S.C., and is engaged in various philanthropic endeavors. He is actively involved in Kardias A.C., the Fundación Mexicana para la Salud A.C., and the American School Foundation.


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