Committees

Committees

Financial and Investment Committee

Members Title Election Date End of term
Leonardo Gomes Pereira Chairman of the Financial and Investment Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. Leonardo holds an undergraduate degree in Production Engineering from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro in 1981 and in Economics from Universidade Cândido Mendes in 1986.

 

He participated in the Transcultural Management Program – AOTS in 1986, in the Strategic Finance Program – IMD in 1997, in the Executive Development Program – Wharton Business Scholz in 1998, in the Senior Executive Program from Columbia University in 2005, and in the Executive Programs of Singularity University in the USA and M&A in London Business School, in 2018. He holds an MBA from Warwick University, in England, in 1992 and the CFA ESG Investing Certification.

 

Mr. Leonardo worked for 13 years (from 1982 to 1995), holding various offices, in Citibank, in Brazil, Asia, and the United States. In addition, he was Chief Planning and Investor Relations Officer at Globopar from 1995 to 2000 and Vice-CFO and Investor Relations of Net Serviços from 2000 to 2007. In 2007, he became the President of Companhia Vale da Araguaia, which office he held until 2009, when he became Executive Vice-President of Gol Linhas Aéreas and Superintendent Director of Smiles.

 

Mr. Gomes Pereira further held office as President of the Securities Commission (CVM) from 2012 to 2017. He was also a director in companies . Among others, he coordinated the Independent Reparation Committee at Vale formed after Brumadinho, was Director and member of the Audit and Risk Committee at CCR and Smiles – both from Novo Mercado, Director and member of the Persons Committee of FGC, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CBDN, and member of the Advisory Board of Mediare Institute.

Enéas Cesar Pestana Neto Member of the Financial and Investment Committee 09/01/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts

Mr. Enéas Pestana has extensive experience in Brazilian food retail, having mostly recent served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lopes Supermercados and as CEO of Dia Supermercados, JBS América do Sul and GPA, where he served as CEO, Financial Director and Vice President Operations Executive – Senior. Additionally, he is a Founding Partner of a consultancy specialized in business management for companies in the Retail and Consumer Goods segments. Holds a graduation in Accounting from the Pontifical Catholic University of the State of São Paulo and has specializations in the areas of Controllership, Finance, Leadership and Management, carried out in national and international institutions.

José Guimarães Monforte Member of the Financial and Investment Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. José holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Universidade Católica de Santos. He is a member of Emax Consultoria, member of the Board and of the Audit and Risk Committee of CCR. From 1998 to 2011, he was in the Board and in the Coordination of the Risks Committee of Natura Cosméticos. Until 2011, he participated in Vivo’s Board.

 

He was also a Member of the Boards of Directors of Petrobras, BR Distribuidora, Rossi Residencial, Promon, Droga Raia, SABESP, Claro, Banco Nossa Caixa, Banco Tribanco, Canbrás, Pini Editora, Caramuru Alimentos, Klicknet, JHSF, Agrenco Ltd, Eletrobras, Banco do Brasil, JBS, Premix, and Cyrela. He was a Member of the Ethics Committee of IBRI and of the Advisory Board of ABERJE, and also of the OECD Advisory Panel on the Efficiency of Boards of Directors, of the Advisory Board-Americas Cabinet of the Chicago Graduate School of Business and of the Publishing Committee of Harvard Business Review Brasil. He was involved in the development of the Brazilian Corporate Governance Institute, being a Director in 2002, Vice-President of the Board in 2003, and Chairman of the Board from 2004 to 2008.

 

Mr. Monforte was Coordinator of Bovespa’s Going Public Committee, VicePresident of ANBID and of the Board of the Settlement Chamber of the Stock Exchange. He worked as an executive in several banks and companies such as BANESPA, Banco Merrill Lynch, Banco Citibank NA, VBC Energia S/A, and Janos Comércio, Administração e Participações LTDA, holding offices in Brazil and abroad. He was a founding member of Pragma Gestão Patrimonial.

Julio Cesar de Queiroz Member of the Financial and Investment Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. Julio holds an undergraduate degree in Engineering from Escola de Engenharia Mauá, in Administration from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, a graduate degree in Education from Instituto Singularidades, in addition to dozens of development programs in Institutions such as Singularity, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and others.

 

He worked for Unilever Brasil in Supply Chain, Trade Marketing, Regional Sales Leader, Corporate Affairs, and from 2000 to 2021 as Vice-President of Sales Brazil and Latin America. He was a member of the Board of Instituto Mulheres do Varejo until 2021. He is currently a member of the Board of Instituto Ser +, Emeritus Board Member of Capitalismo Consciente Brasil, Founder of Instituto Movimento Jovens do Brasil, and CEO of Compra Agora América Latina.

Miguel Maia Mickelberg Financial Expert of the Financial and Investment Committee 13/06/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. Mickelberg holds a degree in Economic Sciences from UFRGS. Also, has an MBA and Certificate in Finance from the MIT Sloan School of Management. Miguel works in Cyrela since 2007 and holds the position of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Investor Relations Officer. He is currently responsible for the areas of controlling, financial planning, accounting, taxes, investor relations, corporate debt raising, debt raising linked to projects and information technology. Prior to holding the position of CFO, Miguel was Controller at Cyrela. Miguel is currently a member of the Board of Directors at Cury Construtora e Incorporadora S.A., Lavvi Empreendimentos Imobiliários S.A. and Plano & Plano Desenvolvimento Imobiliário S.A.

Human Resources, Culture and Compensation Committee

Members Title Election Date End of term
Leila Abraham Loria Chairman of the Human Resources, Culture and Compensation Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Ms. Leila holds a degree in Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV, with a master’s degree in Business Administration from COPPEAD-UFRJ (1978); Post-MBA in Corporate Governance and Stock Markets for executives from B.I. International (2015); program for Directors from IBGC (2015); Risk University KPMG (2018 and 2015/2016); Sustainable Capitalism ESG Berkely (2021).

 

She is currently a member of the Board of Directors and of the Minority Shareholders’ Committee of Companhia Paranaense de Energia – COPEL (since 2017); member of the Advisory Board and of the People and Compensation Committee of Casas Pernambucanas (since 2018); member of the Board of Directors, of the Socioenvironmental Responsibility Committee, and of the Diversity Committee of JBS (since 2021); deputy Chair of the Advisory Board of ANACONDA (since 2021); member of the Ethics Council of ABRACOM (since 2021); and Co-Chair of Women Corporate Directors – WCD (since 2017).

 

Ms. Leila was previously a member of and Chair of the Board of Directors of Brazilian Corporate Governance Institute – IBGC (2018-2022); member of the Board of Directors (2017), of the Compliance and Governance Committee (2018-2019), of the Investigation Committee (2018- 2019), and of the People Committee (2017-2021) ofMadeira Energia – MESA and Santo Antônio Energia – SAE (2017-2021); member of the Audit Committee of COPEL (2017-2021); member of the Advisory Board of Costão do Santinho Resort (2016-2021); member of the Advisory Board of INPLAC Indústria de Plástico (2016-2021); and member of the Advisory Board of COPPEAD (2005-2018); Executive Officer of Telefonica Brasil group and member of the Board of Directors of Fundação Telefônica Vivo (2010-2015); President and General Officer of TVA (Abril Group) and Member of the Board of Directors of Tevecap (1997-2006); General Officer and member of the Board of Directors of Direct TV (1997-1999); Chief Commercial Officer of Walmart (1994- 1997); and Chief Marketing, Sales, Business, Procurement, and Human Resources Officer of Mesbla (1978-1994).

Andiara Pedroso Petterle Member of the Human Resources, Culture and Compensation Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Ms. Andiara holds an undergraduate and a master’s degree in social communication from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, and she is pursuing her doctorate in Business Administration from Business School Lausanne. Ms. Andiara is ViceChair of the Board of Directors and lead of the Strategy Committee of Cia Melhoramentos de São Paulo (since 2021).

 

She is a member of the Board of Directors, of the Digital Transformation Committee, and of the Persons Committee of Banco SICREDI and SicrediPar (since 2022); she is a member of the Board of Directors, of the Persons Committee, and of the GTM Strategy Committee of KNEWIN (since 2022); she is a Digital Transformation Professor from IBGC (since 2021) and is Chief Executive Officer of Kyrie Capital LLC (since 2021).

 

Ms. Andiara also worked as member of the Board of Directors of Cia Melhoramentos de São Paulo (2019-2021); as Director of ANJ (2016-2021); Consulting Director of Cia de Talentos (2013-2017); as member of the Board (2012-2016) and CEO (2014-2016) of Predicta.

Julio Cesar de Queiroz Member of the Human Resources, Culture and Compensation Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2022 accounts.

Mr. Julio holds an undergraduate degree in Engineering from Escola de Engenharia Mauá, in Administration from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie, a graduate degree in Education from Instituto Singularidades, in addition to dozens of development programs in Institutions such as Singularity, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and others.

 

He worked for Unilever Brasil in Supply Chain, Trade Marketing, Regional Sales Leader, Corporate Affairs, and from 2000 to 2021 as Vice-President of Sales Brazil and Latin America. He was a member of the Board of Instituto Mulheres do Varejo until 2021. He is currently a member of the Board of Instituto Ser +, Emeritus Board Member of Capitalismo Consciente Brasil, Founder of Instituto Movimento Jovens do Brasil, and CEO of Compra Agora América Latina.

Enéas Cesar Pestana Neto Member of the Human Resources, Culture and Compensation Committee 01/09/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts

Mr. Enéas Pestana has extensive experience in Brazilian food retail, having mostly recent served as Chairman of the Board of Directors of Lopes Supermercados and as CEO of Dia Supermercados, JBS América do Sul and GPA, where he served as CEO, Financial Director and Vice President Operations Executive – Senior. Additionally, he is a Founding Partner of a consultancy specialized in business management for companies in the Retail and Consumer Goods segments. Holds a graduation in Accounting from the Pontifical Catholic University of the State of São Paulo and has specializations in the areas of Controllership, Finance, Leadership and Management, carried out in national and international institutions.

Renata Moura Expert of the Human Resources, Culture and Compensation Committee 01/09/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts

Audit Committee

Members Title Election Date End of term
Luiz Nelson Guedes de Carvalho Coordinator of the Audit Commitee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. Luiz Nelson is an independent member of the Company’s Board of Directors since October/2020 and a member of the Financial Committee and of the Audit Committee, as accounting expert, since February/2021. He was an independent member of the board of directors of the former controlling shareholder, CBD, from 2017 to 2020 and coordinating member of the audit committee from 2014 to 2020, as accounting and finance expert.

 

In addition, Mr. Luiz is Senior Professor in the School of Economics, Business and Accounting at Universidade de São Paulo, FEA USP, and expert in corporate litigation in Corporate Accounting, International Accounting, Risk Management, Corporate Governance, and Audit issues, Director of the Accounting Pronouncements Committee (CPC), and he has already acted as CPC representative in the IASB Emerging Economies Group.

 

Furthermore, Mr. Luiz was a member of the Board of Directors of Petrobrás, from September/2015 to December/2018, and Chairman of this same Board, member of the Board of Directors of B3 until March/2019, chairman of its fiscal council until March/ 2018, as its accountant and finance expert and independent member of the Sustainability Committee.

 

He is currently a member of the Brazilian Academy of Accounting Sciences ABRACICON, Chairman of the Fiscal Council of Fundação Amazonas Sustentável FAS, NGO for the protection of the Amazon rainforest, and acts as a trustee of the Foundation Institute of Accounting, Actuarial, and Financial Research, a not-for profit academic research organization, and as co-arbitrator in the Brazil – Canada Chamber of Commerce (São Paulo) and in the International Chamber of Commerce (Paris).

 

Mr. Luiz acted throughout his career as Chairman of the “Capacity Building” Committee in the International Financial Corporate reports area of the Intergovernmental Group of Experts on Financing for Development, a unit of UNCTAD, UN, in Geneva, Switzerland; Independent member of the banking Self-Regulation Committee of the Brazilian Federation of Banks – FEBRABAN; Member of the board of directors of FAS; Member of the International Integrated Reporting Council leaded by the Prince of Wales; Vice-president “without specific remit” of the International Association for Accounting Education and Research – IAAER; Chairman of IASB Advisory Council on Standards, Member of the Financial Crisis Advisory Group (2008) formed at the initiative of FASB and IASB in the USA; The first independent president of the IASB Advisory Council on Standards; Member of the audit rules Consulting and Advisory Group of the International Federation of Accountants– IFAC; Vice-director of the Inter-American Accounting Association; Member of the Boards of Directors of Banco Nossa Caixa, Caixa Econômica Federal, Banco BBVA Brasil, Banco de Crédito Real de Minas Gerais, ORSA GROUP (pulp and paper), Companhia Müller de Bebidas, Vicunha Têxtil S.A., and Banco Fibra, and member of the internal controls committee of Banco Fibra; Regional President of the International Association of Financial Executives Institutes in Central and South America and head of the banking supervision of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank and director of the CVM.

Andiara Pedroso Petterle Member of the Audit Commitee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Ms. Andiara holds an undergraduate and a master’s degree in social communication from Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio de Janeiro, and she is pursuing her doctorate in Business Administration from Business School Lausanne. Ms. Andiara is ViceChair of the Board of Directors and lead of the Strategy Committee of Cia Melhoramentos de São Paulo (since 2021).

 

She is a member of the Board of Directors, of the Digital Transformation Committee, and of the Persons Committee of Banco SICREDI and SicrediPar (since 2022); she is a member of the Board of Directors, of the Persons Committee, and of the GTM Strategy Committee of KNEWIN (since 2022); she is a Digital Transformation Professor from IBGC (since 2021) and is Chief Executive Officer of Kyrie Capital LLC (since 2021).

 

Ms. Andiara also worked as member of the Board of Directors of Cia Melhoramentos de São Paulo (2019-2021); as Director of ANJ (2016-2021); Consulting Director of Cia de Talentos (2013-2017); as member of the Board (2012-2016) and CEO (2014-2016) of Predicta.

Heraldo Gilberto de Oliveira External Expert of the Audit Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. Heraldo has been a member of our audit committee since January 2021. Administrator, Accountant and Master in Controllership and Accounting from FEA/USP.

 

Other positions in Governance currently: CCB – China Construction Bank (Brasil) Banco Múltiplo S.A. – as member of the Board of Directors and Coordinator of the Audit Committee; Iguá Saneamento S.A. as Coordinator of the Audit Committee and member of the People and Compensation Committee; Auren Energia S.A. as Audit Committee member; CLI – Corredor Logística e Infraestrutura S.A. as Coordinator of the Audit, Risks and Compliance Committee; and Mangels Industrial S.A. as Chairman of the Fiscal Council. Certified by the IBGC for IBGC Experienced Board Member (CCA+ IBGC) and IBGC Experienced Audit Committee Member (CCoAud+ IBGC).

 

In the past: SABESP (as member of the Board of Directors and Audit Committee); CESP (as member of the Fiscal Council and Audit Committee); GASMIG (as member of the Board of Directors); Bicbanco (as Board of Directors member and Audit Committee coordinator); Banco Nossa Caixa (as member of the Board of Directors and coordinator of the Audit Committee); as Supervisory Board at Suzano Holding S.A.; S.A Correio Braziliense; International Scholl S.A., ANPEI; IPLF Holding; Tevec Sistemas S.A.; as member of the Board of Directors of IRB Brasil Re (alternate). He was professor and coordinator of Projects at Fipecafi – Foundation for Accounting, Actuarial and Financial Research, linked to FEA/USP. And also, he was director at IBEF-SP and Anefac.

Guillermo Braunbeck External Expert of the Audit Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. Guillermo holds a bachelor’s degree in economics from the State University of Campinas (UNICAMP) and a PhD in controllership and accounting from the Faculty of Economics, Administration, Accounting and Actuarial Science at the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP).

 

Currently, Mr. Guillermo is a member of the fiscal council at Anima Holding S.A., CESP, CPqD, Companhia de Navegação Norsul, Assaí Atacadista. He is also vice technical coordinator and voting member of the Accounting Pronouncements Committee (CPC) and financial director of the CPC Support Foundation since March 2016. He also works in the academic area, being a professor-doctor at FEA-USP since 2014 and guest professor of the Master’s in Management for Competitiveness at Fundação Getúlio Vargas since 2017.

Corporate Governance, Sustainability and Nomination Committee

Members Title Election Date End of term
José Guimarães Monforte Chairman of the Corporate Governance, Sustainability and Nomination Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. José holds an undergraduate degree in Economics from Universidade Católica de Santos. He is a member of Emax Consultoria, member of the Board and of the Audit and Risk Committee of CCR. From 1998 to 2011, he was in the Board and in the Coordination of the Risks Committee of Natura Cosméticos. Until 2011, he participated in Vivo’s Board.

 

He was also a Member of the Boards of Directors of Petrobras, BR Distribuidora, Rossi Residencial, Promon, Droga Raia, SABESP, Claro, Banco Nossa Caixa, Banco Tribanco, Canbrás, Pini Editora, Caramuru Alimentos, Klicknet, JHSF, Agrenco Ltd, Eletrobras, Banco do Brasil, JBS, Premix, and Cyrela. He was a Member of the Ethics Committee of IBRI and of the Advisory Board of ABERJE, and also of the OECD Advisory Panel on the Efficiency of Boards of Directors, of the Advisory Board-Americas Cabinet of the Chicago Graduate School of Business and of the Publishing Committee of Harvard Business Review Brasil. He was involved in the development of the Brazilian Corporate Governance Institute, being a Director in 2002, Vice-President of the Board in 2003, and Chairman of the Board from 2004 to 2008.

 

Mr. Monforte was Coordinator of Bovespa’s Going Public Committee, VicePresident of ANBID and of the Board of the Settlement Chamber of the Stock Exchange. He worked as an executive in several banks and companies such as BANESPA, Banco Merrill Lynch, Banco Citibank NA, VBC Energia S/A, and Janos Comércio, Administração e Participações LTDA, holding offices in Brazil and abroad. He was a founding member of Pragma Gestão Patrimonial.

Leonardo Gomes Pereira Member of the Corporate Governance, Sustainability and Nomination Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Mr. Leonardo holds an undergraduate degree in Production Engineering from Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro in 1981 and in Economics from Universidade Cândido Mendes in 1986.

 

He participated in the Transcultural Management Program – AOTS in 1986, in the Strategic Finance Program – IMD in 1997, in the Executive Development Program – Wharton Business Scholz in 1998, in the Senior Executive Program from Columbia University in 2005, and in the Executive Programs of Singularity University in the USA and M&A in London Business School, in 2018. He holds an MBA from Warwick University, in England, in 1992 and the CFA ESG Investing Certification.

 

Mr. Leonardo worked for 13 years (from 1982 to 1995), holding various offices, in Citibank, in Brazil, Asia, and the United States. In addition, he was Chief Planning and Investor Relations Officer at Globopar from 1995 to 2000 and Vice-CFO and Investor Relations of Net Serviços from 2000 to 2007. In 2007, he became the President of Companhia Vale da Araguaia, which office he held until 2009, when he became Executive Vice-President of Gol Linhas Aéreas and Superintendent Director of Smiles.

 

Mr. Gomes Pereira further held office as President of the Securities Commission (CVM) from 2012 to 2017. He was also a director in companies . Among others, he coordinated the Independent Reparation Committee at Vale formed after Brumadinho, was Director and member of the Audit and Risk Committee at CCR and Smiles – both from Novo Mercado, Director and member of the Persons Committee of FGC, Chairman of the Board of Directors of CBDN, and member of the Advisory Board of Mediare Institute.

Leila Abraham Loria Member of the Corporate Governance, Sustainability and Nomination Committee 27/04/2023 ASM that approves the 2024 accounts.

Ms. Leila holds a degree in Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV, with a master’s degree in Business Administration from COPPEAD-UFRJ (1978); Post-MBA in Corporate Governance and Stock Markets for executives from B.I. International (2015); program for Directors from IBGC (2015); Risk University KPMG (2018 and 2015/2016); Sustainable Capitalism ESG Berkely (2021).

 

She is currently a member of the Board of Directors and of the Minority Shareholders’ Committee of Companhia Paranaense de Energia – COPEL (since 2017); member of the Advisory Board and of the People and Compensation Committee of Casas Pernambucanas (since 2018); member of the Board of Directors, of the Socioenvironmental Responsibility Committee, and of the Diversity Committee of JBS (since 2021); deputy Chair of the Advisory Board of ANACONDA (since 2021); member of the Ethics Council of ABRACOM (since 2021); and Co-Chair of Women Corporate Directors – WCD (since 2017).

 

Ms. Leila was previously a member of and Chair of the Board of Directors of Brazilian Corporate Governance Institute – IBGC (2018-2022); member of the Board of Directors (2017), of the Compliance and Governance Committee (2018-2019), of the Investigation Committee (2018- 2019), and of the People Committee (2017-2021) ofMadeira Energia – MESA and Santo Antônio Energia – SAE (2017-2021); member of the Audit Committee of COPEL (2017-2021); member of the Advisory Board of Costão do Santinho Resort (2016-2021); member of the Advisory Board of INPLAC Indústria de Plástico (2016-2021); and member of the Advisory Board of COPPEAD (2005-2018); Executive Officer of Telefonica Brasil group and member of the Board of Directors of Fundação Telefônica Vivo (2010-2015); President and General Officer of TVA (Abril Group) and Member of the Board of Directors of Tevecap (1997-2006); General Officer and member of the Board of Directors of Direct TV (1997-1999); Chief Commercial Officer of Walmart (1994- 1997); and Chief Marketing, Sales, Business, Procurement, and Human Resources Officer of Mesbla (1978-1994).