Anyone can study at Nick Vertucci’s NV Real Estate Academy and make money buying and selling real estate. The young and old, male and female, high school dropouts and college grads from all parts of the country now have a simple, straightforward path that can lead them to create financial security. Nick Vertucci started the academy to help others because when he was broke and unemployed, a friend took him to a real estate seminar that changed his life. Vertucci is now a multimillionaire and is committed to giving back so others can have access to the opportunity that changed his life.
After living in his van as a young man, Nick Vertucci started a computer company reselling used computers and computer parts. After getting married, starting a family and purchasing a home, the dot.com crash left him broke and unemployed for a year and a half. He then learned how to use real estate to generate a consistent, significant cash flow. He continued to study real estate for a decade, gathering information on simple ways people can identify good properties, find sources of money to buy and repair them and locate buyers with the money to purchase them.
Nick Vertucci provided people in his Fortunes in Flipping program with the information. Countless people participated in the program and made small fortunes. But Vertucci knew that more struggling people could benefit for the information he had to share. So Nick Vertucci founded the NV Real Estate Academy. Through the academy Vertucci personally works with students to provide them with the information they need to build a successful career in real estate. He answers their questions and takes them step by step through the process of finding, buying and selling real estate and making a profit.
Whether you simply want a way to earn some extra income or are serious about a career in real estate, the NV Real Estate Academy can help. Nick Vertucci’s story is an inspiring one. Rather than take his millions and just have fun, he’s giving people the tools to make millions themselves using real estate.
At 91 years old, Lazaro de Mello Brandao has been one of the oldest serving bank leaders in the world. Brandao has been serving as the chairman of Banco Bradesco SA for the past 25 years. Brandao started working as a clerk at the age of 16 years old in 1943. Over the years, he grew his career through the ranks, eventually becoming one of the two chairmen Bradesco has ever had. While serving as the CEO of the bank between 1981 and 1999, he made one of the four CEOs the bank has ever had. Brandao’s resignation from the coveted position at the second-largest bank by market value in Brazil has triggered a succession race at the bank. However, Brandao says there is need to renew Bradesco’s board to ensure continuity. While speaking to journalists on Wednesday, Brandao made it clear that it was his decision to resign, and jokingly added that his family had mentioned that his move was long overdue. His departure as the president of the bank does not, however, interfere with his role in some of Bradesco’s holding companies.
Banco Bradesco Succession Race
Over the years, Bradesco has fostered a culture of promoting executives from the bank’s existing ranks. Following the resignation of Brandao as president, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi, the current CEO of the bank, is in running to take over his position.Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi will, therefore, hold the positions of president and CEO at the bank until March next year when a new CEO will be elected. This is according to a regulatory filing on Tuesday.
Additionally, given that Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi will be moving to a new position, his CEO role will most probably also be filled by another executive within the bank. Some of the contenders in running for the CEO role are Mauricio Machado de Minas (58, in charge of the IT department), Alexandre da Silva Gluher (57, Bradesco’s chief risk officer), Domingos Figueiredo Abreu (58, responsible for the bank’s treasury and lending departments), Josué Augusto Pancini (57, in charge of Bradesco’s branch network and the bank’s high income segment), Marcelo de Araujo Noronha (52, corporate and investment banking), Octavio de Lazari (54, insurance unit), and André Rodrigues Cano (59, human resources department).
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About Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi
Born in 1951, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is the outgoing CEO of Banco Bradesco. He joined the firm in 1969, and has grown in rank over the years. In 1984, he was a director at the bank before becoming a vice-president in 1999. He went on to become the Chairman of the Bradesco Seguros Group between 2003 and 2009, before being elected the CEO of the Bradesco Organization companies. In addition to his current role, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is the Vice-chairman of the Banco Bradesco SA board of directors. At the National Confederation of Financial Institutions (CNF), he serves as the chairman of the executive board and the board of representatives. Luiz Carlos Trabuco is also the chairman of the board Elo Participacoes SA. Additionally, he sits as a member of the boards of the Brazilian Federation of Banks and the Strategic Committee of Vale SA.
Luiz Carlos Trabuco is a graduate from the Faculty of Philosophy, Sciences and Letters of Sao Paulo. He pursued his postgraduate studies in Socio-Psychology at the Fundação School of Sociology and Politics, São Paulo. Over the years, he has worked in many other roles at institutions such as the Insurance Group, Bradesco Vida e Previdencia, Odontoprev SA, the National Association of Private Pensions, the National Academy of Insurance and Pension Plans, the Brazilian Association of Publicly-held Companies, and the Real Estate Credit and Savings Entities Association. Luiz Carlos Trabuco has also participated as a member of the Brazil-United States Forum coordinated by the Brazilian government docket of development, industry, and foreign trade.
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Susan McGalla of the Pittsburgh Steelers is an example of how a woman can rise up the ranks of a typically male-dominate industry and achieve success. McGalla, who is the Vice President of Business Strategy and Creative Development for the Pittsburgh Steelers, was formerly President and CMO of American Eagle Outfitters, CEO at Wet Seal Inc., and founded P3 Executive Consulting.
Companies with a high amount of gender and ethnic diversity outperform companies without diversity. However, despite the high number of women in management positions, it is rare for companies to have women in C-level positions.
Women leadership initiatives have not been able to help women break into top management positions in many companies. Executive sponsorships, however, have a better track record of helping women succeed. Women who have held C-level positions, such as Susan McGalla, therefore have an opportunity to assist other women move up the corporate ladder and help to shatter the glass ceiling that many women face. And because diverse companies are often top performers, sponsoring women leaders will often increase the bottom line at almost any company.
McGalla rose up to be President and Chief Merchandising Officer at American Eagle Outfitters after joining the company 1994 after leaving the Joseph Horne Company, where she had worked from 1986 to 1994. As President and CMO of American Eagle Outfitters, she was in charge of the marketing, design, and merchandising of the company. She served in that role from 2005 until 2009. She is also the former CEO of Wet Seal Inc., a position she took in 2011, before founding her own consulting business in 2012 and later joined the Pittsburgh Steelers.
She is from East Liverpool, Ohio, and graduated from Mount Union College, located in Alliance, Ohio, with a degree in business and marketing. In addition to her role with the Pittsburgh Steelers, she sits on the Board of Advisors of Mount Union College, the board of directors at both HFF Inc., a commercial real estate company, and Magee-Womens Hospital Research Institute and Foundation. She has also served as a trustee of the University of Pittsburgh.