Divulgação dos Resultados Trimestrais 2T- Safra 21/22
Oct. 11, 2021
Divulgação dos Resultados Trimestrais 1T- Safra 21/22
July 22, 2021
Disclosure of Results Financial Statements SF 20/21
June 22, 2021
Notice to the Market: Appointment of New Chief Financial Officer (CFO)
March 24, 2021
3Quarterly Results Release - Harvest 20/21
Feb. 3, 2021
Notice to the Market: Chairman and CEO
Dec. 9, 2020
Quarterly Results Release - Harvest 20/21
Oct. 5, 2020
Disclosure of the Sustainability Report - Harvest 19/20
Sept. 24, 2020
1Q Quarterly Results - Harvest 20/21
José Roberto Mendonça de Barros
Mr. Barros is a member of the Advisory Board at UISA, Scotiabank and the Arts and Culture Society. He is also member of the Board of Trustees at the Adib Jatene Foundation.
He regularly writes articles for Brazilian newspaper O Estado de São Paulo, and is a columnist for radio station Rádio BandNews FM.
Mr. Barros developed and structured the Novo Mercado enhanced governance listing program for the São Paulo Stock Exchange (BOVESPA).
He holds a bachelor’s degree and PhD in Economics from the University of São Paulo, and a post-doctoral degree from the Economic Growth Center at Yale University.
Vitor Montenegro Wanderlei
Mr. Wanderlei led the overall development and construction of Camaçari Agroindustrial, and has served as Chairman of the Alagoas State Sugar & Ethanol Producers’ Union;
He is currently a board member and shareholder of Usina Coruripe Açúcar e Álcool, and a director at Coruripe Holding and at GTW.
Mr. Wanderlei has a bachelor’s degree in Economic Sciences from the Southern Minas School of Economic Sciences (Itajubá/MG; 1978) and a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Federal School of Engineering (Itajubá/MG; 1977).
Marcelo Abud is currently CEO of Lavoro Holding (Patria Portfolio), and has extensive experience in executive positions at companies such as Ambev and Anheuser-Busch Inbev.
He has previously served as a member of the Board of Directors at Beer Canada and The Beer Store.
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vagas, and an MBA from Business School São Paulo (BSP).
José de Arimatea de Angelo Calsaverini
Mr. Calsaverini served as CEO of uisa from October 2016 to March 2021. During his tenure he launched and led a financial reorganization and Field and Mill Operations Turnaround that have brought the company to a new level of corporate excellence and transparency.
Mr. Calsaverini has previously led agribusiness companies such as Coplana (Cooperativa Agroindustrial) and Santal Equipamentos, as well as healthcare companies and equipment manufacturers. He began his career at Cia. Atlantic de Petróleo, in the fuel segment.
Mr. Calsaverini is a member of the Advisory Board to the School of Economics, Business Administration and Accountancy (FEA) at the University of São Paulo (USP), and a director at the Mato Grosso State Sugar and Ethanol Industry Union (SINDALCOOL – MT).
He holds a bachelor’s degree in marketing from ESPM-SP and a graduate degree from EPGE-FGV
Jacyr Costa Filho
Jacyr Costa Filho has a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering and Business Administration, with a concentration in Marketing, from the International Institute for Management Development (IMD) in Lausanne, Switzerland. He has more than 30 years of experience in the sugar and energy industry, having led companies such as Açúcar Guarani, Brasil Álcool and SCA as CEO. He has previously served on the Global Executive Committee at Tereos Group, where he headed its Brazil operations for 14 years.
He is currently a partner at agribusiness consultancy firm Agroadvice and a board member at several other companies.
Mr. Costa Filho is an active member of several industry associations. He is currently a director at FIESP, where in September 2016 he was appointed as chairman of the Agribusiness Supervisory Board (COSAG). He is currently a board member at the Sugarcane Industry Union (UNICA) and chairman of the São Paulo State Alcohol Production Union
Sérgio Spinelli Silva Junior
Mr. Silva Junior is a founding partner of Brazilian law firm Spinelli Advogados, and has extensive experience advising companies, financial institutions and investors on capital markets, banking and corporate law. Previous engagements have included initial public offerings, structured financial transactions, private equity and M&A;
Mr. Silva Junior has a bachelor’s degree in law from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP), he has served as an independent member of the Mergers & Acquisitions Committee (CAF) and is currently a member of the Board of Directors of the Credit Guarantee Fund (FGC).
Mr. Caldeira serves as General Partner at the CVCIB Alternative Assets fund, where his role spans agribusiness, financial services, distressed credits and Ag/FinTech.
He has previously served as Managing Director at the Citigroup Venture Capital Investment (CVCIB) family of funds, and as senior partner at Citigroup Venture Capital International Growth I and II.
Mr. Caldeira has also served as a partner at the Citigroup Venture Capital Technology Investment Fund in the US, as head of the Consumer & Corporate M&A Division in Latin America, and as Strategy and Business Development Director at Citigroup.
Previously he worked at Philips N.V. in the US and Europe, and at Petrobras in Brazil.
Mr. Caldeira holds an MBA from Columbia University and a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Mr. Parnes is a founding partner of Investment One Partners, and has more than 35 years of experience leading world-class financial institutions in Brazil and internationally. He has previously served as CEO of Deutsche Bank Latin America and Deutsche Bank Brazil. At Deutsche Bank he was also a member of the Executive Committee for the Americas, the Executive Committee for Regional Management, and the Latin American Advisory Board. Prior to Deutsche Bank, he was CEO of Banco Bradesco BBI S.A. and before that of JSI Investimentos Ltda, a Safra Group company. Mr. Parnes also worked for 14 years at Merrill Lynch, where he was Country Head for Brazil, and prior to that he worked for 7 years at Citigroup in Brazil. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of Albert Einstein Hospital, MASP (São Paulo Art Museum) and Iguatemi Empresa de Shopping Centers S/A.
Paulo César Leite
Mr. Leite has led the commercial department since 2010. He began his career as an intern at uisa in 1995, having since served in several positions at the company.
Mr. Leite has a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the Minas Triangle School of Economic Sciences.
Jari de Souza
Mr. de Souza has several years of experience in the sugar and energy industry. He began his career at the now defunct Usinas Itamarati before working at Bunge from 2008 to 2011, where he led a greenfield project in an agricultural frontier area in Brazil’s northern state of Tocantins;
He holds a bachelor’s degree in Crop Science from the Federal University of Mato Grosso, and a post-graduate degree in Agribusiness from the Luiz de Queiroz School of Agriculture, University of São Paulo (ESALQ - USP).
Supply and ESG Director
Mr. Contó has 35 years of experience in the consumer goods, metals, agribusiness and chemicals industries, having held supply chain positions at companies such as Metso, Hoechest, Pepsico, Reckitt Benckiser and São Martinho.
He has a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical and Process Technology and Production Engineering from São Paulo State University (UNESP), an MBA in Business Administration from FGV, and a specialization degree in Business and Management from the University of California/Irvine.
José Fernando Mazuca Filho
Mr. Mazuca Filho has 10 years of experience in the sugar and ethanol industry, having previously served as partner at consulting firm DATAGRO, where he participated in and led the development of cogeneration, biodigestion, brownfield, greenfield and new tech projects. He has also led interim management programs to implement operational improvements and turnarounds at mills in Brazil and internationally, and has conducted buy-side due diligence on more than 30 mills and advised several Brazilian and international companies on structuring debt with local and international financial institutions, and on mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Mazuca Filho has a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from the São Paulo School of Business Administration at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (EAESP – FGV).
Marcelo Maniero Speltz
Director of People and Culture
Executive Senior, with more than 21 years of career developed in companies from different segments within agribusiness such as Paper and Cellulose (Suzano), Sugar-Energy (Batatais, Equipav, Biosev), Grains (ADM) and others, leading planning, transformation, culture, inclusion, succession and development of people and teams;
Internationally recognized training as a Behavioral Analyst and Master Coaching (Professional Coach Certification, Professional Executive Coach Certification and Professional Master Coach Certification);
Rodrigo Ribeiro Gonçalves
Director of Technology and Innovation
With more than 18 years of experience in technology and innovation management with large national and multinational agribusiness companies, having worked in Cofco, Veracel and others. graduated in Information Systems with an MBA in Project Management and MTA in Technology Management. company innovation that aims to stand out and change its products with a focus on innovation.
Finalist of the IT Executive of the Year award by ITMIDIA in the year 2020 in the agribusiness category and winner of the executive of the year award, in the productivity category in 2022.
The Strategy Committee is responsible for managing business-sensitive decisions in an effective and efficient manner, exploring potential market opportunities, and mitigating risks. The Committee has seven members, including investors, shareholders and executive board members. Its duties also include discussing and recommending long-term strategic planning measures, exercising oversight of strategic initiatives, and tracking KPIs. The Committee meets on a two-weekly basis.
Members: Board of Directors and Executive Board.
Technology and Innovation Committee
The Technology & Innovation Committee advises the Company on decisions relating to automation and innovation projects and initiatives, and tracks performance against related technical indicators.
Frequency: Two monthly.
Members: Executive Board, Automation & Innovation Manager, and up to 5 (five) additional members appointed by the CFO.
Legal and Tax Committee
The Legal and Tax Committee advises on regulatory decision-making, helping to mitigate risks and devise legal and tax strategies that best serve the Company’s interests. The Committee meets on a two-monthly basis with the Executive Board and the heads of the Legal, Accounting and Tax departments.
Frequency: Two monthly.
Members: Executive Board, Legal Manager, Accounting & Tax Manager, and up to 5 (five) additional members appointed by the CFO.
The Financial Committee advises the Company on financial decisions and tracks performance against related indicators
Frequency: Two monthly.
Members: Executive Board, Financial Structuring & IR Manager, Financial Transactions & Treasury Manager, Controllership Manager, Accounting & Tax Manager, and up to 5 (five) additional members appointed by the CFO.
The Sustainability Committee is responsible for aligning business strategy with our Corporate Social and Environmental Responsibility and Social Investment Policies; taking measures to minimize or eliminate potential environmental impacts from our operations; and managing social programs addressed to all stakeholders. The Committee also recommends initiatives related to sustainability, environmental protection and developing the communities where we operate. The Sustainability Committee meets on a quarterly basis
Members: Shareholders, Supply Chain & ESG Director; TAI Director, Integrated Management System Manager; HR, HSE & Communications Manager; IR Manager; Commercial Manager; Legal Manager; and Governance & Compliance Manager.
Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) Committee
The OHS Committee addresses employee health and safety priorities. It is responsible for identifying, recommending and implementing measures to protect people’s integrity and ensure compliance with safety standards. The Committee meets on a quarterly basis with the Executive Board and the heads of Human Resources, Occupational Health and Safety, Agricultural Operations, and Plant Operations.
Frequency: Six monthly.
Members: Members of the Strategy Committee, the CEO and up to 5 (five) additional members appointed by the Strategy Committee.
Ethics and Compliance Committee
Its priorities are to manage and ensure the practice of the Company's Internal Policies and Norms, as well as compliance with all regulations and legislation in force in our work fronts. The committee is also responsible for proposing constant improvements, updates and corrections of possible failures in policies, standards or operating manuals and providing advisory support for issues involving compliance with ethical and legal obligations. With quarterly meetings, it has the participation of some members of the Executive Board and the Compliance Team.
Members: Executive Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Compliance Officer.