He graduated in Business Administration from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP) in 1994 and holds an MBA from the University of São Paulo (USP) in 1999 - Cassio Elias Audi is a Brazilian executive , 46, who has a vast professional background.
He is currently Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of the investment company Península Participações - a position he recently took on in November 2016. But the beginning of his career was still in 1992 as a stock and fixed income analyst and Trader at the Management desk Of Assets at JP Morgan Chase - the largest banking group in the United States. There, the executive stayed until 1996, when he became a Senior Financial Analyst at Dow Chemical - the US chemical, plastics and agricultural corporation.
Already the following year, again, he went on to other challenges. From 1997 to 2006, Cassio Audi held the position of Chief Financial Officer at Gillette (Procter & Gamble) in Brazil - a leading global manufacturer of several leading brands such as Oral-B, Duracell and Gillette Braun, which merged with To Procter & Gamble in 2005. All financial aspects of the business in Brazil, including planning, accounting, financial reporting, internal and external audit, Treasury, Cash Management and Coordination of Shared Services Centers, were the responsibility of the Company. executive.
After about nine years in the same company, the following years, from 2006 to 2008, once again were in "new territory" - Cassio Audi took over as CFO at Brookfield Asset Management - a private equity Startup with almost US $ 2 billion invested in real estate assets in Brazil. In the company, he acted as coordinator of 16 major acquisitions, and in December 2007 led the largest real estate mergers and acquisitions in the country, which approached US $ 1 billion.
In 2008, another company for the curriculum - Audi was to be CFO and Investor Relations Officer in the fifth largest Brazilian public real estate company by billing, Rossi Residencial, and in 2012, went to the Executive Director (CEO) of the unit Rossi Commercial Properties.
At Rossi, where it remained until 2013, Cassio Audi was responsible for coordinating a restructuring that led the company to market capitalization from R $ 600 million in 2008 to R $ 3.5 billion in 2012 - raising capital and bonds, supporting growth Acquisitions, and resulted in improved stock performance in 2009. Then, he moved on to GVMI - a private equity firm with investments in the United States and Brazil's real estate sector, in venture capital funds, and
In aircraft and car rental businesses.
As the company's CFO until 2016, he was responsible for all the financial aspects of the business and for fund-raising with institutional investors and direct deals from a number of strategic partnerships - such as the Four Seasons chain of Canadian hotels and resorts and With the chain of luxury hotels and Ritz-Carlton resort, which has establishments in several countries.
Cassio Audi was already recognized as Best CFO in Latin America by Institutional Investors Magazine ranking in 2011 and received the second place of Sell Side in the Cement, Construction and Real Estate sectors.