Sergio Rial, the former CEO of Americans (AMER3) who disclosed to the financial market the breach of the dealer’s accounts, was Ibovespa’s highest paid executive in 2021.
At the moment, Sergio Rial it wasn’t yet CEO of Americanassince he was CEO of Santander (SANB11).
According to a survey by Comdinheiro, Rial received R$59 million in total remuneration in the year in question, a 25% increase over the salary received the previous year in the same position.
Furthermore, the executive who led Santander and Americanas has a margin of almost R$ 5 million over the latter highest paid CEO of Ibovespa in the year in question – Eduardo Bartolomeo, from Vale (VALE3), still in office.
Next up in the rankings are executives of refrigerators, banks and energy companies.
The highlight in terms of change was Pedro Zinner, CEO of Eneva (ENEV3), who received R$ 52.7 million compared to the previous year. Zinner, like Rial, no longer occupies the chairmanship of the company in question.
- Sergio Rial (Santander): 59 million reais
- Eduardo Bartolomeo (Vale): 55.1 million reais
- Milton Maluhy Filho (Itaú Unibanco): BRL 53 million
- Pedro Zinner (Eneva): BRL 52.7 million
- Gilberto Tomazoni (JBS): BRL 52.7 million
- Bruno Lasansky (Localiza): BRL 29.7 million
- Octavio de Lazari Junior (Bradesco): BRL 29.3 million
- Luis Henrique Guimarães (Cosan): BRL 27.7 million
- Paulo Moll (Rede D’Or): BRL 27.2 million
- Roberto Simões (Braskem): 24 million reais
Americans: “Missing link” of the crisis, former CEO Miguel Gutierrez testifies to the CVM
Former CEO of Americans (AMER3), Miguel Gutierrez arrived this Thursday morning (16) at the Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM), in downtown Rio de Janeiro, to make a long-awaited statement on the retailer’s crisis. The former executive is seen by economic agents as the “missing link” in the accounting scandal which culminated in the judicial recovery of the company.
Gutierrez has to address in his testimony notes in the financial debt column that have characteristics of commercial debts, according to sources interviewed by Broadcast, Grupo Estado’s real-time news system.
Miguel Gutierrez, who is gone Americans as of December 2019, as envisaged in the succession plan, he is the company’s largest individual shareholder after the three main shareholders Jorge Paulo Lemann, Marcel Telles and Beto Sicupira.