Klabin’s main organs of governance are the General Shareholders Meeting, the Board of Directors, the Fiscal Council, and the Executive Directors. All of whom act in synergy from their compensation into the preparation of the Company`s Guidelines, always aimed at achieving best economic, financial, social and environmental results.
Board of Directors
Is comprised of 13 effective members and 13 alternate members, elected at the General Meeting, five of whom are independent. The mandate is for one year, and re-election is allowed. The Board of Directors is responsible for establishing long-term strategy and taking decisions. The president of the Board does not exert executive roles within the company.
|Armando Klabin||Wolff Klabin|
CEO of Dawojobe Participações S.A, managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. He has a bachelor’s degree in engineering from the Polytechnic School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). Apart from his trajectory as an entrepreneur and executive, he always stood out as a sportsman, demonstrating discipline, dedication, persistence and team spirit. In 2016, at the age of 83, he was recognized by the Guinness Book as the oldest active polo player, a sport he has helped to spread across the country.
He also holds the following positions in companies and institutions: CEO of Cosibra – Companhia Sisal do Brasil; majority partner of Aquinor – Aquicultura do Nordeste Ltda.; CEO of Ibitiguaia Agropecuária Ltda – Fazenda Paraíso (MG) and Estância Miranda (MS); member of the Board of Directors of Dundação Getúlio Vargas; chairman of the Instituto de Tecnologia ORT Brasil, which focuses on technological training and education, and the Junior Ecological Brigade of Ilha Grande; chairman of the Board of Directors of the Henrique Lemle vacation club, an NGO which develops complementary activities to school education, environmental education and research in natural and biological sciences.
Started his career at Goldman Sachs and later worked on mergers and acquisitions and credit at JP Morgan. Since 2006, he has been a partner of Jardim Botanico Partners Asset Management. He is also a member of the Board of ORT Brazil, a school focused on vocational non-profit education in Rio de Janeiro and also of the Board of the David Rockfeller Center for Latin American Studies from Harvard University. He also served as an alternate member of the Board of Directors of Klabin S.A.
|Daniel Miguel Klabin||Amanda Klabin Tkacz|
Daniel Miguel Klabin
Chairman of Daro Participações S.A, managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. Member of the Permanent Business Committee of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the Polytechnic School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and has vast experience in leadership roles. He was the founder and first chairman (1998) of the Brazilian Center for International Relations (CEBRI), and is currently vice president and member of its Board of Trustees.
As a member of the Board of Directors, he has overseen Klabin’s main growth cycles. He had already served as chairman on six other occasions (1981, 1987, 1993, 1999, 2005 and 2011).
Currently he holds the following leadership positions at companies and institutions: managing partner of Damaro Comercial Agropecuária Ltda.; executive officer at Daram Participações Ltda.; member of the Strategic Committee of the Brazilian Chapter of the Business Council of Latin America (CEAL), and member of the Superior Council and meritorious member of the Rio de Janeiro Commercial Association (ACRJ) since 2008. He has received an honorary doctorate degree from the Brazilian Academy of Philosophy, an institution that defends freedom of thought and expression, debate of ideas, democracy and the rule of law.
Amanda Klabin Tkacz
She is a shareholder and is responsible for the strategic positioning of Galt Capital, a consulting firm specializing in investment analyses and proposals. She has a degree in Business Administration from IBMEC, has completed the Owners/Presidents Management Program at the Harvard Business School and the Private Wealth Management program at the Wharton School of Business. Thanks to her experience and academic background, she has recognized expertise in strategic business planning, mergers & acquisitions and risk management.
|Horacio Lafer Piva||Francisco Amaury Olsen|
Horacio Lafer Piva
Shareholder of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. He is an economist with a graduate degree in Business Administration from the FGV – Fundação Getulio Vargas. He has made tremendous contribution to Brazil’s economic development and industry, as well as to education and health, through his work in private and public entities, some of them focused on rethinking the country based on sustainable development and on monitoring indicators in different areas. He was president of FIESP/CIESP (1998-2004), Sebrae-SP (1998-2000) and of the Economic Council of the National Industry Confederation (CNI). He was member of the Solidarity Community Program in the Fernando Henrique Cardoso government and the Economic and Social Development Council (CDES) in Lula’s government. He was chairman of the Brazilian Pulp and Paper Producers Association (Bracelpa), and director of the Association for Assistance to Disabled Children (AACD) and the DNA Brasil Institute.
He currently serves on the boards of the following companies: Martins S/A, Tarpon S/A, Cataratas S/A, Grupo Baumgart and TCP S/A. He chairs the Advisory Board of the Brazilian Tree Industry (Ibá). He is a member of the Council of the São Paulo State Symphonic Orchestra Foundation (Osesp), the Brazilian Company for Industrial Research and Innovation (Embrapii), the Brazilian Muscular Dystrophy Association, the Bienal Foundation of São Paulo, the Fernando Henrique Cardoso Foundation (FFHC), the Management and Health Committee of the São Paulo State Government, the Advisory Boards of Spread TI and Brasilpar – Serviços Financeiros, the boards of the Research Support Foundation of the State of São Paulo (Fapesp) and the magazine Piauí. He also participates in the Business Mobilization for Innovation, an initiative of CNI, as leader of Human Resources.
Francisco Amaury Olsen
Former CEO of Tigre Brasil, he holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration and has completed an Advanced Management program at the University of Southern California, USA. Currently, he is an independent member of the Board of Directors of Duratex, where, since April 2013, he has been a member of the People, Governance and Appointments Committee, the Sustainability Committee, and the Committee for Evaluating Transactions with Related Parties, of which he was chairman from 2013 to April 2014. At Duratex, he also served on the Audit and Risk Management Committee between 2013 and 2014. Since 2014, he has been vice-chairman of the Board of Directors, chairman of the Audit, Risks and Finance Committee and member of the Integration Committee at Martins Comércio e Serviço de Distribuição. Since 2013, he has served on the Board of Directors of Rotoplas Group, where he became a member of the Audit, Risks and Finance Committee two years later.
|Israel Klabin||Celso Lafer|
CEO of Glimdas Participações S.A, the company that gave birth to Klabin, managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. In addition to his vast experience as business manager, having taken over as chairman when he was just 30, he is recognized as an environmentalist in his trajectory. He is chairman of the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development (FBDS), which he helped create; member of the Independent Board on Sustainability of the Inter-American Development Bank (IBD) and author of the book “A urgência do presente: biografia da crise ambiental” (2011). He was one of the organizers of the ECO 92 UN Conference on the Environment. In 1997, he chaired the Brazilian Hosting Committee of Rio+5 and co-Chaired the International Committee of Rio+5.
He has degrees in civil engineering and mathematics from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) and a graduate degree from the Institute of Political Sciences of Paris. He was also part of the founding group of the Higher Institute of Brazilian Studies (ISEB). He was mayor of Rio de Janeiro in 1979.
He is a lecturer at the Institut d’études politiques in Paris, a columnist for Brazilian and international journals and serves on the boards of universities, research institutions and collaboration networks, such as UFRJ, Fundação Getulio Vargas, Harvard University, Tel Aviv University and the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN).
Professor emeritus of the Institute of International Relations at the University of São Paulo (USP), where he was full professor of the Department of Philosophy and General Theory of Law at the USP Faculty of Law until 2011. He holds a PhD in Political Science from Cornell University (USA). He is aurist, human rights scholar, and an expert in international relations and foreign trade. In 1992, he served as Minister of Foreign Affairs and ex-officio vice president of the UN Conference on Environment and Development (Rio-92). In his second tenure at Itamaraty (2001-2002), he led the Brazilian delegation to the Ministerial Conference of the World Trade Organization (WTO) in Doha. He was Minister of State for Development, Industry and Commerce (1999) and Ambassador, Head of the Permanent Mission of Brazil to the United Nations and the World Trade Organization in Geneva (1995-1998). In 1996, he presided over the WTO Dispute Settlement Body and, in 1997, was Chairman of its General Council. He is a member of the Brazilian Academy of Letters and the Brazilian Academy of Sciences.
He was chairman of the Board of Directors of Metal Leve S/A Indústria e Comércio (1993-1995), member of the Board of Directors of the São Paulo State Symphonic Orchestra Foundation – Fundação Osesp (2005-2011) and chairman of the São Paulo State Research Support Foundation (Fapesp).
At present, he presides over the Ema Klabin Foundation and the Board of Directors of the Lasar Segall Museum and the Editorial Council of Política Externa magazine. He is a member of the Advisory Board of the Associação Pinacoteca Arte e Cultura in São Paulo. He has written several books, including: A reconstrução dos direitos humanos, um diálogo com o pensamento de Hannah Arendt (1988); Comércio, desarmamento, direitos humanos – reflexões sobre uma experiência diplomática (1999), A internacionalização dos direitos humanos: Constituição, racismo e relações internacionais (2005), co-authored by Alberto Filippi. He was awarded, among others, the following honors: honorary doctorate from the University of Tres de Febrero – UNTREF, Argentina (2011) and Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France (2012); Honorary Fellow of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (2006); Moinho Santista award from Bunge Foundation in International Relations (2001). In 2006, he was the “Countries and Cultures of the South” chair at The John W. Kluge Center at the Library of Congress, USA.
|Paulo Sérgio Coutinho Galvão Filho||Vivian do Valle Souza Leão Mikui|
Paulo Sérgio Coutinho Galvão Filho
Vice Chairman of GL Holdings S.A., managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. Director of Tantra Participações Ltda., GL Agropecuária Ltda and Gepel Rural Ltda. He holds a degree in Business Administration from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo and has completed the Owner/President Management program at Harvard University. He is the shareholder and member of the Board of Directors of Drogasil S.A., the first Brazilian pharmaceutical company to be listed on the stock exchange and currently has 600 stores spread across 17 Brazilian states. He supports cultural initiatives, and is a member of the board of the Bienal Foundation of São Paulo, and the São Paulo Museum of Art (MASP) and a patron of the Pinacoteca museum of the State São Paulo.
Vivian do Valle Souza Leão Mikui
Bachelor’s degree in law from Faculdades Metropolitanas Unidas – FMU (1988) and a degree in business administration from Instituto Presbiteriano Mackenzie (1998). Partner of the Leão and Tohmé law firm Advogados Associados Ltda, for 15 years. Member of the Fiscal Council of Klabin S.A. since March / 2005.
|Roberto Klabin Martins Xavier (Chairman)||Lilia Klabin Levine|
Roberto Klabin Martins Xavier
Shareholder and director of LKL Participações S.A. and Esli Participações S/A, managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. He is a director and shareholder of Levine Participações S/A. He has a degree in Business Administration from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo and a master’s in Business Administration from the Business School São Paulo. He has completed the family company management program at the Adolfo Ibáñez University in Chile, and a finance management program at the New York University. He supports and sponsors social initiatives in the fields of education, sports and citizenship.
Lilia Klabin Levine
Entrepreneur, chairwoman of LKL Participações S.A. and Esli Participações S/A, managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. She is director of Jack Levine Participações S/A and shareholder of Levine Participações S/A.
She has a degree in Law from Mackenzie University, attended the School of Sociology and Politics of São Paulo and completed an extension program in Business Administration at Fundação Getulio Vargas in São Paulo. She works as a TV anchor and interviewer. She has been supporting Brazilian Popular Music for over 20 years.
|Vera Lafer||Vera Lafer Lorch Cury|
She is a shareholder and director of VFV Participações S.A. and managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. She is also a director and shareholder in the following projects: VL Participações Ltda., Novo Horizonte Agropecuária Ltda., VEMI Participações Ltda., Kla Gama Agropecuária Ltda. and Lavesube Comércio e Representações Ltda.
She is a renowned ballet dancer and is also recognized for her support to culture, arts and education. She is one of the founders of Studio3 Espaço de Dança, a center for training dancers. At the Vera Lafer Cultural Space in Telêmaco Borba, Paraná, the Right Step program, conducted in partnership with Studio3, teaches contemporary dance and capoeira to children and youth from the local community and to children aged 6 to 17 of Klabin employees.
Her work in this area has earned her a series of honors, such as the homage received from the Municipal Chamber of São Paulo.
Vera Lafer Lorch Cury
She is a shareholder of VFV Participações S.A. and managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. She has vast experience in leadership positions held in five companies where she is a partner. These include Fazenda e Haras Boa Vista Ltda, which specializes in agriculture support activities.
|Camilo Marcantonio Junior*||Ruan Alves Pires|
Camilo Marcantonio Junior
Founding partner and manager of Charles River Capital, he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Electronic Engineering from the Military Engineering Institute (IME) in 2003. He has an MBA from the Harvard Business School, where he received the John L. Loeb award for outstanding performance in Finance. Charles River Capital, an independent asset manager focusing on equity funds, is controlled by Grupo Monteiro Aranha S.A., a company with a centennial tradition in investments in the Brazilian economy and which holds a significant interest in Klabin. Before founding Charles River Capital, he worked for eight years at Bain & Company, providing strategic consulting services to the top management of large companies and private equities. For three years, he was also partner at Astor Group, an independent M&A and strategic consulting firm.
Ruan Alves Pires
Started at Charles River Capital in 2013 as Compliance and Risk Manager and as an equity analyst and is currently a partner and analyst. He graduated as a Mechanical and Automotive Engineer from the Military Institution of Engineering (IME).
|José Luis de Salles Freire*||Francisco Lafer Pati|
José Luis de Salles Freire
José Luis Freire is a founding partner of TozziniFreire Advogados. In addition to supervising the Corporate/Mergers and Acquisitions area, José Luis Freire advised clients in their areas of activity, therefore, mergers and acquisitions, matters of corporate law, tax planning, compliance and in various topics related to capital markets and publicly held companies . At the end of 2016, he retired from the TozziniFreire office. Due to his extensive experience, he remains directly involved in the coordination of projects of great complexity for national and international companies from various sectors. Reference in the country in legal and compliance issues and in the management of professional services companies, is frequently invited to write and speak, both in Brazil and abroad. Graduated from the Faculty of Law of the University of São Paulo (USP), in 1971, with a extension degree in Business Administration from the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV), from 1972 to 1974. Master in Comparative Law from New York University (NYU) in 1976, and attended the Academy of American and International Law, organized by The Center for American and International Law, USA, in 1975. President of the Board of Directors of the Center for the Study of Law Firms (CESA), Vice-President of the Executive Board of the Institute for International and Comparative Law do Center for American and International Law, member of the committees Corporate & International Trade and Banking & Finance of Pacific Rim Advisory Council (PRAC), member of the International Bar Association (IBA), member of the Inter-Pacific Bar Association (IPBA), member of the New York State Bar Association (NYSBA), a member of the American Bar Association (ABA), former President of the Center for the Study of Law Firms (CESA), former Counselor for São Paulo Stock Exchange (B3), former President of the World Law Group (WLG) and former member of the Executive Committee and Legal Counsel of the American Chamber of Commerce (AMCHAM).
Francisco Lafer Pati
He is a shareholder and director of VFV Participações S.A., managing partner of Klabin Irmãos & Cia., the holding company of the Klabin Group. He holds bachelor’s degrees in law and philosophy from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo and a graduate degree in corporate law from the Fundação Getulio Vargas. He has experience in civil, corporate and contract law.
Since 2011, he has been director of a communication group that produces journalistic content. His works as a screenwriter include the documentary “Som das torcidas,” which narrates the story of the five main soccer clubs in São Paulo city through songs chanted by their fans.
|Mauro Gentile Rodrigues da Cunha*||Tiago Curi Isaac|
Mauro Gentile Rodrigues da Cunha
Holding a degree in Economics from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and MBA from the University of Chicago, he has been President of AMEC – Capital Market Investors Association since 2012. In his professional career, he worked as a manager of Opus Investimentos, and was the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the IBGC – Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance. He also worked in several investment banks and consultancies
Tiago Curi Isaac
Member of the board of directors and audit committee of BBM Logística, he was also a member of the boards of the Mercaprev fund, Abrasca and ABVCAP. He has a degree in business administration, specializing in competitive strategy and governance. He worked at B3 for about eight years, being responsible for IPOs, Publicly Traded Companies and for Corporate Governance products, in addition to having coordinated the Advisory Listing Chamber for 3 years. Before that, he worked in the strategic and financial planning areas of Bunge and was a consultant for Deloitte.
|Pedro Oliva Marcilio de Sousa*||Alberto Klabin|
Pedro Oliva Marcilio de Sousa
Graduated in Law from the Federal University of Bahia, he is founder and Director of CRD Capital Administração de Recursos Ltda. Between 2005 and 2007, he was Director of the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM). He was also Vice-President of the investment banking division of Goldman Sachs Banco de Investimento SA and, between 2009 and 2010, he was Managing Director of Banco Standard de Investimento S.A., and he was responsible for the purchase and sale of companies. From 2011 to 2017, he served as Director of the BR Partners Group. Between 2012 and 2017 he was a member of the Audit Committee of B3 S.A. – Brasil, Bolsa, Balcão and, between 2012 and 2017, member of the Audit Committee of Companhia Brasileira de Distribuição (Grupo Pão de Açúcar). Since June 2017, is member of the Board of Braskem S.A..
He has degrees in mechanical production engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, in psychology from Universidade Estácio de Sá and from the Brazilian Military Academy (Escola Superior de Guerra).
He has solid experience as assistant director of Klabin family companies. He worked as relationship manager at Chemical Bank, in New York, and at Banco Norchem S.A., in Rio de Janeiro.
|Roberto Luiz Leme Klabin*||Marcelo Bertini de Rezende Barbosa|
Roberto Luiz Leme Klabin
Lawyer, graduated from the Faculty of Law of Largo de São Francisco of the University of São Paulo. He has completed specialization programs in Business Administration from Mackenzie University. He serves as managing partner in the following companies: KL & KL Participações Ltda; RK Hotéis e Turismo Ltda and Caiman Agropecuária Ltda. He plays an important role as an environmentalist. He is the chairman of the SOS Pantanal Foundation and vice president of the SOS Atlantic Forest Foundation; and is a member of the Advisory Boards of Conservation International in Brazil, the Brazilian Network to Combat Trafficking in Wild Animals (Renctas), the Econsenso Institute and the Brazilian Fund for Biodiversity (Funbio). He also serves on the Advisory Board of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein.
Marcelo Bertini de Rezende Barbosa
He has a bachelor’s degree in Economics and a graduate degree in Finance from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, and has completed a specialization program at the Harvard Business School. Currently, he is a partner in nine companies in the state of São Paulo. He has worked at renowned companies such as IBM Brasil and McKinsey, gathering experience in accounting, finance and audit. He is chairman of Cinemark Brasil, and was formerly its CFO and vice chairman. He is also chairman of the Brazilian Association of Multiplex Operators (ABRAPLEX) and member of the Strategic Committee of the Brazilian Mall Storeowners Association (Alshop).
|Sergio Francisco Monteiro de Carvalho Guimarães*||Joaquim Pedro Monteiro de Carvalho Collor de Mello|
Sergio Francisco Monteiro de Carvalho Guimarães
Executive officer at Monteiro Aranha S.A. and Monteiro Aranha Participações S.A. Since 2011, he has also been director at Monteiro Aranha S.A. Grupo Monteiro Aranha is a century-old company and is known for bringing the automotive industry to Brazil, through Volkswagen in 1950, and is recognized for its investments in telecommunications and its current participation in the industry, which includes Klabin, Grupo Ultra (oil and gas) and real estate projects, executed in association with Brazilian and foreign companies. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, an MBA in Business Administration from the Fordham University (USA) and has completed the Owner/President Management program at the Harvard Business School.
Joaquim Pedro Monteiro de Carvalho de Mello
Alternate member of the Board of Directors of Monteiro Aranha S.A. and Investor Relations Officer of Monteiro Aranha S.A. He served as Executive Officer, COO and CEO of the Arnon de Mello Organization, one of the largest communications groups in Brazil’s Northeast region.
He was vice president of new Investments at MASA Participações em Meio Ambiente, where he served in the analysis of startups and early stage companies. He was also vice president of Astor Group, which focuses on mergers & acquisitions. In 2013, he founded Charles River Asset Management, where he served as Chief Compliance and Risk Officer. He has degrees in Economics and International Relations (magna cum laude) from Georgetown University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.
(*) Independent member under the ABRASCA Code of Self-Regulation and Good Practices of Public Companies.
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Comprised of five effective and five alternate members, it is responsible for appraising the financial statements and identifying opportunities to reduce tax costs and propose, whenever possible, solutions to impacts and contingencies imposed by the legislation and the fiscal norms in force. The fiscal councilors are elected by the General Meeting, with a one-year mandate and reelection allowed.
|João Adamo Junior||Mario Antônio Luiz Corrêa|
João Adamo Junior
Founding Director and Manager with 26 years of experience in the financial market. CVM’s manager and member of the Executive Committee and Investment Cadence Management Resources. He served in various management positions at prestigious institutions such as: vice president of structured products Phoenicia Bank from 1993 to 1997; Head of structured products at Deutsche Bank 1997 to 2000; founder of the joint venture Maxblue DTVM Deutsche Bank with the Bank of Brazil where he served as CEO; was deputy head of wealth management product platform at UBS São Paulo from 2003 to 2007 in 2006 also served as a senior executive in the integration of the Bank Pactuai with the global platform of UBS and in 2007 as CEO of Vision Brazil lnvestments; He was director and executive committee member of Mainstay Asset Management and member of the Net’s Supervisory Board between 2012 and 2013. He was a founding partner More lnvest Management Resources. Graduated in Law from the Law School of Largo São Francisco (USP) and bachelor degree in Business Administration from FGV-EAESP.
Mario Antônio Luiz Corrêa
Fiscal Council Member RAIADROGASIL S / A. Activity of selling medicines.
Accounting / Financial Controler of TANTRA PARTICIPAÇÕES LTDA; GL HOLDING S / A; GL AGROPECUÁRIA. The main activity is the administration of own assets and participation in other companies, commercial or civil, as partner, shareholder or quotaholder. GEPEL RURAL – S / A. Its main activity is agricultural and forestry exploration.
Former member of the Fiscal Council Celucat S / A, Corrugated Cardboard of the Northeast S / A – PONSA and Bacell S / A, all of the KLABIN S / A group.
|João Alfredo Dias Lins||Antônio Marcos Vieira Santos|
João Alfredo Dias Lins
Bachelor degree in accounting from the School of Accounting and Administrative Moraes Junior, Rio de Janeiro, RJ, on 30 July 1970. He began his professional career in 1962 as external auditing in Price Waterhouse & Peat, current PriceWaterhouseCoopers, which he left in April 1971 as audit manager. In May 1980, he joined Klabin Irmãos & Cia. as business consultant, which he left in December. In 1988, he attended the Advanced Management Programme, taught by Institut Européen d’Administration des Affaires- INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France. Fiscal Council of Klabin S.A. since January 13, 1981. Vice-Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Getulio Vargas Foundation. Chairman of the Supervisory Board of the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable development – FBDS. He joined the company Monteiro Aranha S.A. in 1991 and holds the position of Legal Manager in Monteiro Aranha Group. Alternate Member of the Supervisory Board of Klabin S.A. since March/2006.
Antônio Marcos Vieira Santos
Graduated in Economic Sciences from Universidade São Judas Tadeu -São Paulo-SP, concluded in 1987, having worked in the accounting area since 1985 and in the financial area for approximately 15 years, having held intermediate and leadership positions in companies such as: Siemens and McCann Erickson Publicity. Fiscal Director of Klabin S.A. since April 1998.
|Louise Barsi||Tiago Brasil Rocha|
She holds a degree in economics from Presbyterian University Mackenzie and in accounting sciences from Fundação Álvares Penteado School of Commerce, she is pursuing a postgraduate degree in Capital Markets and an MSc in Accounting with financial specialization at Fundação Álvares Penteado School of Commerce. Currently she serves as an alternate member of the Board of Directors of Unipar Carbocloro S.A., as an alternate member of the Fiscal Council of Enel S.A., and as an advisory board member at Eternit S.A. She is also an investment analyst at Elite Investimentos.
Tiago Brasil Rocha
Graduated in business administration from Universidade Mackenzie, postgraduate in economics from Universidade de São Paulo, master in business administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas and Executive MBA from Oxford University – St. Catherine’s College. He was an executive in the financial and investor relations area at Suzano Papel e Celulose and Suzano Petroquímica (2000-2004), Kimberly Clark Corporation in Brazil and Headquarter Global in the United States (2004-2012), and Klabin SA (2012-2018 ). He was a member of the Board of Directors of Gotchosen Inc – Orlando (2019), he is the founder of Build from Scratch, a company focused on the growth of new technologies – scale up and sustainable finance. He is a partner of the Greentech Latin America event with the Green Innovation Group (Denmark), and head of the Alumni of Said Business School – Oxford University in Brazil.
|Mauricio Aquino Halewicz||Geraldo Affonso Ferreira Filho|
Mauricio Aquino Halewicz
Graduated in Accounting from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. He holds an MBA in Corporate Finance from Fundação Getúlio Vargas – FGV, also has a post-graduate degree in Economics from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie and a specialization in business administration from the University of Virginia (Darden School of Business Administration).
He currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for Latin America at CountouGlobal (global energy player), was Chairman of the Fiscal Council of Fibria Celulose SA, served as alternate member of the Fiscal Council of Eneva S.A. (a company that operates in the electric energy generation sector) , and since November 2012, he is Financial Director of SPIC Pacific Hydro Energias do Brasil Ltda. (a company that operates in the clean energy sector). He also served at Fibria Celulose S.A., between 2009 and 2013 as an alternate member of the Board of Directors and the Audit and Risk Committee. He held the positions of Investor Relations Officer, Controllership Director and Corporate Superintendent of Controllership of Rede Energia S.A. (a publicly held company that operates in the energy sector).
Geraldo Affonso Ferreira Filho
He holds a degree in Economics from Pontifical Catholic University of Campinas and an MBA from the University of São Paulo. He is currently a member of the Audit Committee of SPTrans (São Paulo Transportation Company) and CET (São Paulo Engineering and Traffic Company), as well as being a member of the Sustainability Committee and the thematic Commission of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance – IBGC. In his professional career, he has worked in paper and pulp and in the forest industry. He has expertise in P&L management, international business development, marketing and commercial, strategic and global vision of business, finance, world production chain, among other business areas, besides having several certifications by IBGC.
|Raul Ricardo Paciello||Felipe Hatem|
Raul Ricardo Paciello
Risk, Compliance and PLD Manger at Charles River Asset Manager and Montero Aranha’s IR, Compliance and Governance Manager. He is an effective member of the Klabin’s Fiscal Council. He was the Chief Financial Officer of EMI Music, an English company in the phonographic field, and held various managing, planning and control positions in different multinational companies in various sectors, such as: Packaging, Oil and Gas, Technology, Personal Hygiene and Tobacco. He is an Economist graduating from the UGF, he holds a Master’s degree in Business Administration and an MBA in Corporate Finance obtained at IBMEC, and a post-graduate degree in Economic Engineering and Industrial Administration from the National School of Engineering of Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.
Partner and director of risk, compliance and PLD at Charles River Capital, an independent asset management company, which he joined in 2016 to work in the stock analysis area. The professional was an analyst at asset managers Vinci Partners and BBM Investimentos. He is CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) certified and has a degree in production engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).
Is comprised of four directors, being one managing director (CEO), and three other directors (Financial and Investor Relations; Operations; Planning, Projects and Industrial Technology; Industrial for the Monte Alegre Unit; and Supply Chain), elected by the Board of Directors. They have a one-year term, with re-election allowed and are responsible for carrying out the decisions of the Board of Directors and for the day-to-day management of the business.
|Cristiano Teixeira||Chief Executive Officer|
He has over 20 years of experience in diverse sectors such as packaging, pulp & paper, forestry and processed wood, having also worked in non-ferrous metals, ceramics, and oil & gas segments. He worked for companies such as Ripasa, Duratex and San Antonio International, where he worked in the Export, Logistics and Procurement areas, among others.
His career at Klabin started in 2011, when he took charge as Supply Chain Director. Cristiano was also Executive Director of the Corrugated Board, Industrial Bags, Sack Kraft Papers and Containerboard Divisions and Executive Director of Conversion and Commercial Papers. Since 2017, he has been CEO of the company.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Foreign Trade from Paulista University and a master’s degree in Logistics from Ecole Supérieure des Affaires, France. He also has an MBA in Foreign Trade from the University of São Paulo (USP).
|Marcos Paulo Conde Ivo||Chief Financial and Investor Relations Officer|
Holds a bachelor degree in Economics, with a graduate Masters in Management (CEAG) from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, a MSc. in Controllership from Mackenzie and also an Executive Extension Course from INSEAD. He has 10 years of professional experience at Klabin and gathers expertise in both administrative and financial roles, where he managed the Controllership, Projects, Financial Planning & Analysis and M&A Departments.
|Francisco César Razzolini||Director of Industrial Technology, Innovation, Sustainability and Projects|
He built his entire professional career at Klabin, which he joined in 1985. During this period, he gained experience in paper and packaging production and in project planning and development.
In 2006, he implemented an important project for the company – the MA 1100 – which doubled the paperboard production capacity at the Monte Alegre Unit in Telêmaco Borba, Paraná. Two years later, he took over as Projects, Industrial Technology and Procurement Officer.
Between 2014 and 2016, he was once again at the forefront of one of the company’s flagship projects: construction of the Puma Unit, one of world’s most modern pulp mills, designed to meet the industry’s best sustainability parameters. Currently, he is responsible for the Research and Development, Innovation, Sustainability, Projects, Automation Technology and Pulp processes.
He has a master’s degree in Paper Engineering from the Polytechnic University of Catalonia (Spain) and a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from the Federal University of Paraná.
|Arthur Canhisares||Industrial Paper Director|
He has built his entire career at Klabin, which he joined in 1986. Over these three decades, he worked in diverse paper production areas and obtained in-depth knowledge of the routine activities and challenges faced by the sector. He assumed his first senior management position in the company in 2000, when he was appointed Industrial Director of the Monte Alegre Unit in Telêmaco Borba, Paraná.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Production Engineering from the Industrial Engineering College (FEI) and a graduate degree in Business Administration from the University of São Paulo. He has also completed specialization programs in pulp and paper from the Brazilian Pulp and Paper Technical Association (Insead), as well as in Finance from Insead. He has also completed the Executive Development Program at the Kellogg School of Management in Chicago, USA.
Nine directors, of whom two from the Converting Business Unit (Corrugated Boxes and Industrial Bags), one from the Forestry Business Unit, one in the Pulp Business Unit, one Corporate Director of Human Resources, one Industrial Director (SC), one Corporate Director of Legal & Integrity, one from the Paper Business Unit, and a Corporate Director and Integrated Planning.
|Douglas Dalmasi||Packaging Director|
He joined Klabin in 2001 and has worked in the Planning, Procurement and Finance areas. Before taking over as Packaging Director, he led the Industrial Bags segment.
He has an MBA in Controllership from the University of São Paulo and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation.
|Gabriella Michelucci||Corrugated Board Director|
With over 25 years of experience in the packaging industry, she consolidated her career at Klabin in leadership roles at production units in this segment. She worked in the recycled paper industry and on Klabin’s industrial and commercial teams in the Southeast and Midwest.
Her professional background supported her election, in 2014, as president of the Brazilian Corrugated Board Association (ABPO), an office she holds to this day.
She holds a B.Sc. in Chemical Engineering from the Industrial Engineering School (FEI).
|José Artemio Totti||Forestry Director|
He has vast experience in the forestry sector, having served as representative of producers and companies in the sector on several occasions. He participated in the creation of the Brazilian Association of Planted Forest Producers and the Planted Forests Association of the State of Bahia, where he was vice chairman. He also led the Associations of Forest Engineers and Forestry Companies of Rio Grande do Sul. He was also a member of the Brazilian Forest Management Council (FSC Brasil). Currently he is vice president of the Association of Forestry Base Companies of Paraná.
During his first stint at Klabin, he worked in the Guaíba (RS) and Camaçari (BA) units. At Camaçari in Bahia, he also worked as Forestry Director in Bahia Pulp. He returned to Klabin in 2005 and took charge as Forestry Director in 2008. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Forestry Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Maria (RS) and a graduate degree in Business Management from the Getulio Vargas Foundation.
|José Soares||Paper Commercial Director|
He has over 30 years of experience in the pulp and paper sector. During this period, he built his career in marketing, sales, product development and logistics for printing and writing papers and the paperboard markets. He joined Klabin in 2005 as the Commercial Director of Kraftliner. In 2015, he took charge as the company’s Pulp Commercial Director.
Between 2015 and 2017, he was Chairman of the Board of the International Corrugated Case Association (ICCA), whose mission is to strengthen corrugated packaging industry. He is also Klabin’s representative at the World Containerboard Organization, which dedicates itself to promoting the commercial interests of companies in the containerboard sector.
He has a graduate degree in Business Management from the Getulio Vargas Foundation and a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the University of Cruzeiro do Sul. He has also completed post-graduate programs in Business Management from Trevisan and in Strategy from the Dom Cabral Foundation.
|Sérgio Piza||People and Corporate Services Director|
He has held strategic positions (C-level) in Human Resources since 1996. He is an expert in conducting organizational transformations and in defining and implementing HR strategies that leverage business performance and create value for the company. At Klabin, he holds responsibility for the People, Information technology, Communication, Facilities, Occupational Safety and Procurement processes. He has worked for companies in diverse sectors in Brazil and the United States, such as Kraft Foods, Claro, Ford and Contax.
He has bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Business Administration from the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He has an executive master’s degree in Consulting and Coaching for Change from Insead. He is the author of “O enigma da liderança” (The enigma of leadership, in free translation; 2018 – Editora Evora).
|Fábio Fernandes Medeiros||Legal, Integrity and Risk Management Director|
He has 19 years of professional experience in the Legal area, having worked for large companies such as Veracel, Stora Enso, Fibria, Votorantim and CPFL Energia. He has also served on the Board of Directors of CPFL Renováveis and Stora Enso México. In these companies, he acquired a generalist profile, with experience in corporate, real estate, civil, administrative, labor, environmental, contractual, commercial and regulatory law.
He has a graduate degree in Economic and Corporate Law (MBA) from the Getulio Vargas Foundation and a bachelor’s degree in Law from Gama Filho University. He is also certified in training programs for Board of Directors and Corporate Governance best practices by the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC).
|Flávio Deganutti||Paper Business Director|
He is responsible for Klabin’s paper sales and purchases (kraftliner, paperboard, LPB, sack kraft and recycled) for the domestic and external markets. was general manager of the Monte Alegre Unit, Klabin’s paper mill located in Telêmaco Borba. During his 20-year career, he held several leadership positions in the company, which include Planning, Logistics, Engineering, Production and Maintenance areas. He has also represented Klabin in LPB, paperboard and kraft markets in Asia, Europe and the Americas, with responsibility for quality management and technical assistance.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and a master’s degree in Engineering with the focus on Paper Manufacturing from the State University of Maringá (PR) and a graduate degree in Business Management from the Getulio Vargas Foundation
|Sandro Fabiano Ávila||Operational Planning, Logistics and Supply Chain Director|
He has vast experience in the forestry and paper sectors. Working at Klabin for over 20 years, in 2014 he took charge as Controller of the Puma Project, working jointly with the Chief Operating Officer in designing the organizational structure of Klabin’s new pulp mill, and with the Projects Director, with responsibility for financial control and systemic structuring of the project. As Integrated Planning Director, he is responsible for the Sales and Operations Planning (S&OP), Logistics, Market Intelligence processes and for the Klabin office in Austria.
He has an MBA and has completed a specialization program in Project Management from the Getulio Vargas Foundation. He has also completed specialization programs in Process Engineering at Efeso Consulting and in Costs, Audit and Tax Planning at Uniplac (SC). He also holds a bachelor’s degree in Accounting from Uniplac.
|Alexandre Nicolini||Executive Director Pulp Business Unit|
With a consolidated career in Sales and Marketing, Operations, Supply Chain, New Business and Products, Alexandre Nicolini holds a degree in Business Administration, specialized in Strategy, Leadership and Innovation from the IMD Business School in Lausanne, Switzerland, and an MBA in International Business from Webster University, in Leiden, the Netherlands.
In his professional career spanning over 25 years, he has worked for large Brazilian and multinational companies, such as Votorantim (VCP), Fibria and Suzano. At Stora Enso, where he worked for eight years, he was a member of the Board in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, and a member of the Board at Montes Del Plata (a Stora Enso / Arauco joint-venture), in Uruguay, as well as President in Brazil and Senior Vice President for Global Sales and the Supply Chain. At Klabin, he takes over as Executive Director at the Pulp Business Unit.
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