For young entrepreneurs looking forward to joining the banking industry, a role model comes in handy. Not only are role models well versed with the various challenges that the banking sector is encountering but also the right solutions for these problems. For that reason, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi has been paraded as an admired individual who rose from grass to grace within a short period of servicing Banco Bradesco.
Born in 1951, in Brazil’s Marilia, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi attended the Sao Paulo University. While in school, he focused on scoring perfect grades in sciences and literature. Later on, he would start his career at Banco Bradesco in 1969. He joined the organization as a clerk. However, that did not prevent him from acquiring his objectives as he always aspired to be an executive leader. Given the fact that there were many opportunities to excel in the long run, he delved into the chance and did his best at serving the employees and clients.
The Major Leadership Responsibilities
Shortly after delivering his best in the entry-level job, he was asked to serve as the marketing director where he managed sales alongside restructuring resources allocation services. At the same time, he would serve as a team leader in the department of finance. Perhaps Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi excelled in his career because for every New Year; he was tasked with a leadership role. For example, in 1998, he was promoted to serve as the managing officer where he managed different assets under the same bank. Moreover, in 1999, he was asked to serve as the executive vice president of the bank. Following the series of elevations he received alongside the multiple roles he managed to successfully execute, it was time for him to serve as the CEO. At that moment, he realized that he had carefully shaped his career to fit into the needs of the clients alongside his staff.
Becoming the CEO was a tall order for Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi. Not only did he find it interesting but also challenging in the sense that he was expected to deliver excellent results in the long run. Furthermore, as a leader, he made sure that he walked in the footsteps of his role models. For instance, since Brandao de Mello was the president at that moment, Luiz Carlos closely worked with him to draw a few but instrumental leadership tips to execute the additional tasks he was trusted to oversee.