Luiz Carlos Trabuco’s immaculate career can be seen through the eyes of Bradesco Banks success. He believes that Banco Bradesco could experience an incredible surge of over 20 million new clients by 2025. His stint as CEO may be over, but his role as Chairman of the Bradesco Board has just begun. He took over the top position in March 2018. Learn more about Luis Carlos Trabuco at bloomberg.com.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco reached the maximum age that a CEO can be at Bradesco at the age of 67. Octavio de Lazari who is his prodigy and student will replace him as the next Chief Executive Officer.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco’s accomplishments have earned him a place on the Forbes most influential CEO’s list and the Ultimo Segundo’s list of 60 most powerful people in Brazil. He joined Bradesco as a young boy and began working multiple jobs just to survive. His family was poor, but his ambitions were always high. He worked his way through college and earned his Masters in Socio-Psychology. Read more at Ultimo Segundo about Luis Carlos Trabuco.
His drive, skill, and talent enabled him to learn from the best including the Banks founder Amador Aguiar and the last President of the Board of Directors Lazaro de Melo Bandao. By working his way up through the ranks at Bradesco and having mentors such as Aguiar and Bandao he was able to understand every aspect of the company and how to improve it. For example, it was Luiz Carlos Trabuco that introduced mobile banking to Bradesco Seguro, which attracted the young generation in Brazil who preferred online banking to having to go to a brick and mortar facility.
His expertise in the financial world led to the government hiring him as the advisor to the Ministry of Finance. His achievements and accomplishments for his family and the Brazilian economy don’t stop there. He was highly involved in getting the statue Christ the Redeemer onto the list of the Seven Wonders of the World.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco is constantly involved with public projects to help young Brazilians and the reduction of government spending to improve the nations through the privatization of public programs and agencies, which will help everyone in the long run.