Luiz Carlos Trabuco began working for Trabuco Bradesco Bank in 1969 when he was only 17. During these early years, he also gained a higher education, earning degrees in Philosophy and Social Psychology at Fundacao Escola de Sociologia e Politica de Sao Paulo. has served in various leadership positions at Bradesco Bank for many years. His leadership life really got started in 1984. And his leadership has been awarded many times. In 2006 he was named the Business Sector leader in the area of Insurance and Penson Plans by Gazeta Mercantil Business Leaders Forum. Visit the website weforum.org to learn more about Trabuco Bradesco.
In 2009 he was named on the list of 100 most influential Brazilians in the country. The leadership positions he has held include Vice Chairman of Bradesco Bank’s Board of Directors, President of Bradesco Vida e Previdencia, President of the National Association of Private Pensions, President o the National Federation of Supplementary Health, chairman of the board of directors of Odontoprey SA, and Vice President of the National Confederation of General Insurance Companies. He was also a member of the Association Internationale pour l’Etude de l’Economie de l’Assurance. Visit Wikipedia.org to know more about Trabuco Bradesco.
His biggest role came in 2009 when he was named Trabuco Bradesco Bank’s CEO. This came as Trabuco Bradesco Bank, like many companies in the world, had been put into a state of financial crisis by the worldwide financial depression. For many years leading up to this point, Bradesco Bank had been the number one bank in the country. This year saw this change for many years as they were passed for that spot by Itau Unibanco. In 2016 Forbes named him on its list of Best CEOs in Brazil. He was named the chairman of the board of directors of Bradesco Bank in October 2017.
Trabuco Bradesco had been the company’s fourth CEO. Between October and March, he held both the chairman and CEO position until the vacancy could be officially filled. This past March this vacant position was officially filled by Octavio de Lazari.