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Our board of directors is responsible for defining our general business policies and overall guidelines, including our long-term strategies, and for controlling and monitoring our performance. The duties of our board of directors include, among other things, electing, removing and supervising our executive officers. Our board of directors has a minimum of five and a maximum of nine members, being currently comprised of five sitting members. The board meets every other month or whenever convened by two members upon prior written notice sent at least five days before the proposed meeting and outlining the suggested agenda. Also, T4F has a board of officers, with a minimum of three and a maximum of seven members, each elected for a mandate of two years.
|Name||Position||Date of Election||Term Limit|
|Marcelo Hallack||Chairman of the Board||04/25/2019||2 years|
|Fernado Luiz Alterio||Vice-Chairman of the Board||04/25/2019||2 years|
|Luis Alejandro Soberón Kuri||Member of the Board||04/25/2019||2 years|
|Carla Gama Alves||Independent Member of the Board||04/25/2019||2 years|
|Galeno Augusto Jung||Independent Member of the Board||07/22/2020||1 years|
Fernando Luiz Alterio - Graduated in Business Administration at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), acted for a few years in the financial market and in 1982 founded the Palace, the first modern entertainment venue in São Paulo. In the period between 1987 and 1997 he occupied several positions as the CEO and Member of the Board of the sugarcane group Usina da Barra. In 1999 he began partnering with CIE for the promotion of events in South America. In 2002, Fernando was appointed as Member of the Board of Directors and he is currently Vice-Chairman and CEO of the Company.
Luis Alejandro Soberón Kuri - Graduated in Business Administration at Universidade Iberoamericana, he is the founder of the Corporación Interamericana de Entretenimiento (CIE), company in which he is the Chairman of the Board of Directors, CEO and, since 2006, General Director. Previously, he was a member of the Board of Directors of Teléfonos de México S.A.B de C.V. and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Banco Nacional de México S.A., of Grupo Aeroportuario do Sudeste S.A.B. de C.V., of América Movil S.A.B. de C.V., and of T4F Entretenimento S.A.
Marcelo Hallack - Graduated in Economics from Stanford University, Marcelo is currently partner and Chairman of Bionexo do Brasil S.A., a leading marketplace for the hospital sector. Prior to that, he was a partner of BTG Pactual (2008-2016) and head of the Private Equity Division (2015-2016) in Sao Paulo. At BTG Pactual, Marcelo led/took part in the investment and was advisor to several companies, including Estapar, Rede D’Or Sao Luiz and Eneva. Prior to joining BTG Pactual, Marcelo worked in private equity for Kohlberg Kravis Roberts (NY) from 2006 to 2008 focusing on media & telecom and consumer products & services. Marcelo also worked in Goldman Sachs´ Investment Banking Division (NY) from 2003 to 2006 focusing on M&A and transactions in the media, telecom and IT industries.
Carla Gama Alves - Holds a Master’s degree from Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, with extension courses in Management, Leadership and Talent Management from MIT and IMD. She worked for more than 12 years in management consulting before joining the executive career. Since then, she worked as Director of Education and Management of Talents of Vale and Director of people management of Soma Fashion Group. She is currently General Director at Negocios Experimento within CVC Corp.
Galeno Augusto Jung - Graduated in Control and Automation Engineering at Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina, with extension courses in Finance from Insper and MBA at INSEAD. During his professional carrer, Mr. Jung had relevant passages in several companies such as Embraco, Unibanco, Whirlpool and The Boston Consulting Group (BCG). Mr. Jung left his position of VP of Strategy, Inovation, Marketing & Analytics at Grupo Fleury, where he worked for 6 years.
Board of Executive Officers
|Name||Position||Date of Election||Term Limit|
|Fernando Luiz Alterio||Chief Executive Officer||02/25/2019||2 years|
|André Pinheiro Veloso||Financial and Investor Relations Officer||08/05/2019||2 years|
|Marcelo Beraldo||Content Director||08/31/2020||1 years|
Fernando Luiz Alterio - See curriculum above, on the "Board of Directors" section.
André Pinheiro Veloso - Holds a bachelor‘s degree in Economics from Universidade de Brasilia - UnB, an MBA degree in Finance from Ibmec-RJ and joined the 13rd General Management Program class in Harvard. Mr. Veloso has more than 20 years of professional experience and has worked in several companies such as Deloitte, Brasil Telecom, OI, IG and Unipar Carbocloro. In 2016 he took office as Chief Financial Officer of Halexistar, a pharmaceutical industry invested by the private equity fund HIG. During his professional career, he acted as a member of the audit committee and board of directors of Sistel, CDF - Central de Funcionamento, among other companies.
Marcelo Beraldo - Bachelor in Business Administration at Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), Marcelo had his early professionals years in an Investment Bank working with M&A, and lately in an Asset Management of an Insurance Company. While still working in the financial Market, Marcelo opened JAM that, being more than just a restaurant, would became a business incubator for his music producer. In 2004, Barong was born, promoting during 7 years a summer festival in Ilhabela, gigs and tours, and also consulting for major projects like TIM Festival. In 2010, Marcelo created the "Festival Internacional de Músicos de Metrô", which its success leave him to won the "Prêmio Caio" awards of "Melhor Evento de Âmbito Internacional" and the renowned Globe Awards in "Melhor Marketing de Eventos" category. In 2011, Marcelo was Director of Entertainment at GEO Eventos, company controled by Grupo Globo, when he participated of the negociations of Lollapalooza Brazil first edition. In the same year, he opened Cine Jóia and became partner and director of Grupo Vegas.