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The Exponential Finance Summit will introduce you to a vast amount of knowledge on exponential improvements in technologies applied to wealth management and the banking and insurance industries. Singularity University’s world-renowned experts will bring you detailed information on the future of payments, financial services, investments and insurance. Current topics like blockchain, fintechs and exonomics, which are changing the strategies and future of the financial market, will be addressed. Join us for a two-day experience, during which executives will meet to discuss, connect, and interact with other leaders.


"“Intelligence is hitting a target that nobody else can. Genius is hitting a target that nobody else can see."

Amin Toufani



Topics addressed

  • Exponential Economics
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
  • Cybersecurity
  • Banking 4.0
  • AI, Machine Learning and Big Data
  • Fintech Revolution
  • PayTechs
  • Open Banking
  • Inclusion

speakers

Amin

Toufani

Amin is the CEO of T Labs. He was formerly the director of strategy and Vice President of Strategic Relations at Singularity University.

He brings a unique set of technological, entrepreneurial and policy perspectives to the dialogue of innovation on campus.

Before Singularity, Amin founded for-profit and social impact organizations in a range of domains including: artificial intelligence, peer to peer lending, bitcoin, human rights, international development, carbon offsetting, and solar energy. Google Search ranks him as the world’s best guitar player – a title he readily rejects. In addition to his work at Singularity, he is building the World’s first hedge fund for the poor, as well as Reversopedia – a reverse encyclopedia composed of things we know we don’t know.

Amin has a degree in artificial intelligence from the University of British Columbia, an MBA from Stanford, and an MPA in economic policy from Harvard. He attended Harvard and Stanford concurrently and graduated an Arjay Miller Scholar.

Marc

Goodman

Senior Manager at Samsung Pay in Brazil.

Marc Goodman is a New York Times Best-Selling author, global strategist and consultant focused on the profound change technology is having on security, business and international affairs.

He is the founder of the Future Crimes Institute and currently serves as the Chair for Policy, Law and Ethics at Silicon Valley’s Singularity University. Over the past twenty years, he has built his expertise in international cyber crime and terrorism working with organizations such as Interpol, the UN Counterterrorism Task Force, NATO, the FBI and the US government.

Goodman frequently advises industry leaders, security executives and global policy makers on transnational cyber risk and intelligence and has operated in more than 70 countries around the world. His professional experiences include working as a street police officer, undercover investigator and counter-terrorism strategist, as well as briefing myriad cabinet ministers and heads of government, including the White House. Goodman’s current areas of research include the security implications of emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, robotics, crypto-currencies, synthetic biology, virtual reality, Internet of Things and the future of financial crime.

Mr. Goodman holds a Master of Public Administration from Harvard University and a Master of Science in the Management of Information Systems from the London School of Economics. In addition, he has served as a Fellow at Stanford University’s Center for International Security and Cooperation and is a Distinguished Visiting Scholar at Stanford’s MediaX Laboratory. He is on the advisory board of The AI Initiative, part of The Future Society at Harvard Kennedy School and a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Future Council on International Security

Mr. Goodman is the author of Future crimes: inside the digital underground and the battle for our connected world, from Random House/Doubleday. Future Crimes is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-seller, was selected as Amazon’s Best Business Book of 2015 and has been named one of The Washington Post’s Top Ten Best Books of 2015. Future Crimes is in its ninth printing and has been translated into 14 languages.

Mr. Goodman has published widely on a variety of emerging technology issues including articles with The Economist, Wired, Atlantic, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, Oxford University Press, Jane’s Intelligence Review and FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. He has been interviewed by BBC, CNN, Fox News, NPR, NBC, PBS, Washington Post, LA Times, Le Monde, Larry King, Tim Ferriss, and many others. A sought-after speaker, Mr. Goodman’s TED talk “A Vision of Crimes in the Future,” has been viewed over 1.2 million times and translated into 26 languages.

Anne

Connelly

Anne is Faculty at Singularity University at NASA Ames in Silicon Valley, teaching global leaders how exponential technologies can solve problems that impact over a billion people.

Blockchain

Anne is Faculty at Singularity University at NASA Ames in Silicon Valley, teaching global leaders how exponential technologies can solve problems that impact over a billion people. She has been an active part of the global blockchain community since 2012, working with and advising notable companies including Jaxx, Ledger Labs, ixo, and Bunz, and is currently the Vice Chair of the board of Blockchain Canada.

She previously worked with Doctors Without Borders Canada in Central African Republic and the Democratic Republic of Congo, and currently serves on their board of directors. Anne has a Bachelor of Life Sciences from Queen’s University, an MBA from McMaster University, and a Fintech Certificate from MIT. She was honoured as one of CBC’s 12 Young Leaders Changing Canada and one of the Fifty Most Inspirational Women in Technology in Canada.

Will

Weisman

Executive Director of Singularity University.

Will is an Executive Director at SU and runs the Global Summit, Industry Summits, and International Summits. He is passionate about people and ideas and has spent his life working to bring them together to help curate great opportunities and experiences.

Will’s background leading, investing in, and advising technology and consumer product companies has enabled him to acquire a unique blend of operational, investment and entrepreneurial experience. He has previously been a venture capitalist at Foundation Capital and Maveron, an operator at Intuit and World Wrapps and is an active investor having been involved with companies such as SuccessFactors, OpenTable, and Zappos among others. Among his most unusual accomplishments is that Will created and popularized the wrap, yes, the burrito like thing at a 30 unit restaurant chain he founded called World Wrapps.

Will received his MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business and has a BA from University of California at Santa Barbara.

Wolfgang

Fengler

Wolfgang Fengler is the World Bank’s Lead Economist in Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation (FCI) for the Europe and Central Asia.

The German weekly DER SPIEGEL called him a “big data virtuoso”. Previously, he served as the World Bank’s Lead Economist in the Nairobi office. A native German, Wolfgang has been a staff member of the World Bank for more than 18 years, during which he lived in four continents: First in North America working at the World Bank’s headquarters in Washington DC, then in Asia as a Senior Economist in the Indonesia office, followed by Africa, and finally in Europe as part of the World Bank’s new hub in Vienna. Wolfgang has published extensively on social and economic issues. He also co- authored “Delivering Aid Differently” (with Homi Kharas, Brookings) and “Africa’s Economic Boom” (with Shanta Devarajan, Foreign Affairs). Prior to joining the World Bank, he set up Africa Consulting, LLC, and was a Fellow at the Research Institute for International Relations. Wolfgang gained a PhD from the University of Hamburg (Germany). Wolfgang loves traveling and sports, especially football. He was the football commissioner at the International School of Kenya and organized the “Nairobi Mini World Cup”, one of Kenya’s largest football tournaments for kids.

Samantha

Radocchia

Entrepreneur, Author, Keynote Speaker, Futurist. Samantha Radocchia, or “Sam Rad” for short, is an entrepreneur, author, engineer, and early blockchain pioneer and advocate who combines the mindsets of an anthropologist and a technologist.

She’s led corporate trainings at Fortune 100 companies, governments, investment firms, and the United Nations, educating leaders on the technologies and cultural shifts that will shape their organizations—and daily lives—in the decades to come.

Sam is the author of the upcoming book, Bitcoin Pizza: The No Bullshit Guide to Blockchain, writes as a contributor to Forbes, and was named to their 30 Under 30 List in 2017. A three-time entrepreneur, Sam holds several patents, and is a co-founder of Chronicled, an enterprise blockchain company focused on supply chain. She now consults executives on emerging technologies and trends and delivers keynotes at events worldwide as she works to build her next company. She’s deeply passionate about Future of Work, Future of Production, Future of Cities, and Future of Community/Governance as manifested through blockchain and decentralizing systems, additive manufacturing, vertical farming systems, virtual and augmented reality, and gaming. Sam is a licensed pilot and has accumulated over 700 jumps as a competitive skydiver. Follow Sam at @SamRadOfficial.

Rodrigo

Dantas

Founder of Vindi.

Rodrigo Dantas is the founder of Vindi, the payment platform focused on the service and subscription industry.

He was an executive at Itaú for 8 years, where he helped to create the bank’s corporate area. An entrepreneur, he is also an angel investor of startups such as IDwall, WallJobs and Aceita. In 2017, he led the acquisition of his main competitor, Smartbill.

Luiz Antonio

Sacco

Regional Head of Brazil & South America at Ripple.

Prior to joining Ripple, he worked in executive positions at at SafetyPay, American Express, IBM, and Banco Bradesco.

He has developed go-to-market strategies, leading M&A processes, and expanding operations and sales across Latin America. Luiz holds an engineering degree from the Maua Institute of Technology, a specialization in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and an Executive MBA with emphasis in International Management from the Business School São Paulo.

Paulo Cesar do

Nascimento

Nascimento has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry and deep expertise in every aspect of project management, software development and team leadership.

Nascimento has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry and deep expertise in every aspect of project management, software development and team leadership.

He is currently Senior Manager at Samsung Pay in Brazil, and has previously worked for companies such as Protege S.A., PROBANK Software e Consultoria, Xerox Brazil and Sulamerica Seguros. He graduated in Mathematics from Santo Amaro University and holds an MBA in Strategic IT Management from FASP.

Cristiano

Oliveira

Founder and CEO of Olivia AI

Cristiano Oliveira is founder and CEO of Olivia AI (www.olivia.ai), a Silicon Valleybased FinTech startup.

Olivia is creating a future where you’ll never have to think about money again, thanks to an ecosystem of smart financial services such as self-paying loans, credit cards that help you spend better, and investments that multiply on their own.

This new generation of financial services is based on Olivia’s platform, combining personal finance, artificial intelligence and behavioral economics to help you do more with your money.

Previously, Cristiano was co-founder and CTO at Spring Wireless, a leading company that broke new ground in Software as a Service (SaaS). He earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from the University of São Paulo, and was a student at Singularity University’s Executive Program.

Stelleo

Tolda

COO and Executive Vice President of Mercado Livre.

Stelleo Tolda is responsible for operations in the 18 countries where the company is present.

He was a major player in establishing Mercado Livre in Brazil in 1999, and led the company to its current leadership position in the country’s e-commerce. He was a major player in establishing Mercado Livre in Brazil in 1999, and led the company to its current leadership position in the country’s e-commerce.

Previously, Tolda worked in the financial market at companies such as Lehman Brothers in the United States, and Banco Pactual and Banco Icatu in Brazil. He graduated in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University and holds an MBA from Stanford’s Business School. During this time, at Stanford University, he met Marcos Galperin and both decided to become internet entrepreneurs, creating Mercado Livre.

Rodrigo

Ventura

Founder and CEO of 88 InsurTech Insurance and BlockchAIn for Good

International executive with extensive experience in all aspects of business development, startups, product and service advisory, mergers and acquisitions in Latin America and Asia, working in several segments: banking, insurance, telecommunications and blockchain technology.

Capable of transforming the entire business value chain through the three technology pillars:
1o - The traditional infrastructure environment and legacy systems ERP, HCM, EPM for the Cloud;
2o - The Smartphones and Apps Pillar integrated to the product life cycle of the company, from the beginning to the end of the value chain;
3o - Pillar of radical innovation with new ways of doing business, using internet of things, telematics, bigdata, robotics, cognitive automation to recognize behaviors for underwriting smartcontracts while bringing social impact at global scale.

Fábio

Coelho

President of Google Brasil since 2011 and vice-president of Google LLC since 2015.

Google Brasil is one of the country’s most admired and innovative companies, winner of the Great Place to Work Award for seven consecutive years, between 2010 and 2016, and chosen by Cia. de Talentos as Company of Young People’s Dreams in 2015, 2014 and 2011. In 2015 and 2016.

Fábio was named one of the 10 best CEOs in Brazil by Forbes Brasil magazine.

He graduated in Civil Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), and earned a master’s degree in Business Administration from COPPEAD-UFRJ and a post-graduate degree from Harvard University. Fábio has held executive positions in marketing, sales and general management in internet companies, and also in telecommunications, financial services and consumer products at companies such as Citibank, P&G and Pepsico. He worked for over a decade in the United States as president of AT&T’s digital business.

Since returning to Brazil in 2009, he has striven to help stimulate the country’s digital ecosystem, supporting the causes of entrepreneurship and education. He was IAB Brasil’s president in 2011 and 2012, and chairman of the board from 2013 to 2014, and has been board member of São Paulo’s Graded School since 2013.

Monica

Saccarelli

Monica Saccarelli is founder and former partner of Rico Corretora de Valores, and an entrepreneur and advisor to ABFintech.

She specialized in these fields at Stanford, Harvard, Columbia and Berkeley universities.

Sergio

Furio

Sergio Furio is founder & CEO of Creditas, Brazil’s leading collateralized credit platform.

By refinancing its clients’ vehicles or real estate, Creditas reduces the high interest rates paid by Brazilians. Prior to founding Creditas in 2012, Sergio worked in strategic consulting at The Boston Consulting Group and at Deutsche Bank’s investment pillar.

Marcelo

Biasoli

Director of Business & Marketing Strategy and an executive committeemember at Seguros SURA.

He has extensive experience in executive positions in financial institutions and multinationals in the areas of Corporate Strategy, Innovation, Business Development, Distribution Channels and Marketing.

Biasoli graduated in Business Administration from PUC-SP and is also a certified professional coach. He has a postgraduate degree in Marketing from FAAP, an MBA in Business Management from FGV-SP and an Executive Program certificate from Singularity University. He specialized in Innovation at MIT and in Strategic Neuroscience Management at TAI Consultoria.

Guilherme

Horn

Guilherme Horn is a fintech pioneer in Brazil. He has worked in this area for nearly 20 years.

A serial entrepreneur, he launched 6 startups, including Ágora, sold to Bradesco in 2008, and Órama, which Amazon named the world’s most innovative fintech in 2012.

Horn is an angel investor in more than 40 startups and a board member at Banco do Brasil, Brazilian Association of Fintechs and Anjos do Brasil, and has been a mentor at Endeavor for more than 10 years. He is the editor of Finnovation, the country’s biggest fintech blog, writes the column “Your pocket in the digital age” for the Estado de São Paulo newspaper, and the column “Rupture” for Época Negócios magazine. He has been Accenture’s director of innovation for Latin America for the last 5 years. Horn holds a Ph.D. in Business from UMSA.

Sandra

Boccia

Sandra Boccia is a journalist and director of Época Negócios and Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios magazines.

During her tenure, her team of journalists won more than 20 awards, including the 2017 Citi Journalistic Excellence Award.

Over the course of her career, Sandra published reports on more than 40 countries, in media such as Globo and Valor Econômico newspapers, and won numerous awards from the National Transport Confederation (CNT), the European Commission of Tourism and numerous other institutions. She currently participates in various entrepreneurial initiatives in Brazil and abroad. Boccia is a speaker at TEDx São Paulo and a columnist for CBN radio, with the program Bolsa de Valores, about female leadership in the business world. She graduated in Journalist from the School of Communications and Arts of the University of São Paulo, holds an Executive MBA from the FIA/USP, and specialized degrees in International Journalism from the Journalists in Europe Foundation, and Entrepreneurship from the Stanford University School of Business.

Romero

Rodrigues

Romero Rodrigues is managing partner at Redpoint eventures, the first Brazilian venture capital fund created in partnership with Silicon Valley firms.

He is also co-founder and former CEO of Buscapé Company, a price- comparison service that was sold in 2009 to the South African group Naspers for $374 million, the largest startup exit to date.

Daniel

Izzo

Daniel is a partner, co-founder and CEO at Vox Capital, Brazil’s pioneering and leading impact investing fund manager, listed for 5 consecutive years as one of the most relevant players on the impact investing space Worldwide by the Impact Assets 50 and subject of a Harvard Business School business case: “Vox Capital: Pioneering Impact Investing in Brazil”.

Daniel is a member of the Global Executive Committee at ANDE (Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneur), member of the Board at the Brazilian Social Finance Task Force, leader of the Impact Investing Working Group at ABVCAP (Brazilian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association), and a professor at the Impact Investing Executive Program at the Said Business School in Oxford.

Bernado

Carneiro

Bernardo began working as an Internet entrepreneur at age 19, and was part of Braspag, Netcredit, MoIP and the Sieve Group companies.

He was CEO of Site Blindado, the leading online security and credibility company in Latin America, and is partner and M&A/Innovation director at Stone Payments.

With over 15 years of experience in e-commerce, Bernardo graduated in Business Administration, with a major in Finance, and holds a Master’s degree in Strategy from IBMEC. He is also an alumnus of Harvard Business School’s OPM 49 [the Owner/President Management Executive Education Course].

Jeferson Ricardo

Garcia Honorato

Honorato has worked at Banco Bradesco for 24 years. He is executive superintendent of Bradesco Dia & Noite, ans is responsible for the Bradesco Celular digital channels, social networks, digital innovations, Bradesco Next and digital communication.

He graduated in Data Processing and Law, and holds an MBA in Marketing and Finance from FIA/FEA-USP. He also earned degrees from Amana-Key (Senior Advanced Management Program), UC Berkeley (Advanced Negotiation) and the IESE Business School at the University of Navarra, Spain (Management Development).

Renato

Meirelles

Renato Meirelles is president of the Locomotiva Research Institute and faculty board member of IBMEC, where he holds the Consumer Science and Public Opinion chair.

A communicologist and writer since 2001, Renato has carried out hundreds of studies on behavior, consumption, culture and opinion, as well as diagnostics and business strategies for leading companies operating in Brazil.

He was founder and president of Data Favela and Data Popular, and, in 2012, joined a commission that studied the new Brazilian middle class for the Strategic Affairs Agency of the Presidency of the Republic (SAE).
Deemed one of Brazil’s leading experts on consumption and public opinion, he was a contributor to Varejo para baixa renda [Retail for low income], published by Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and is the author of the books Guia para enfrentar situações novas sem medo [Guide to face new situations without fear] and Um país chamado favela [A country called shantytown].

Sergio

Biagini

Sergio Biagini leads Deloitte’s Financial Services Consulting practice in Brazil. In this role, he advices financial institutions on themes related to digital ecosystems, open banking and innovation in financial services.

As a Strategy & Operations Consulting Partner, Sergio leads the execution of complex programs with financial institutions in the areas of business strategy and digital transformation, and has particular expertise in market entry strategy, customer journey, end-to-end digitalization, operating model rationalization and operations build out.

His broad consulting experience expands the Financial Services Industry, as on the beginning of his career he had delivered various consulting projects in a wide variety of industries for local and multinational corporations, not only in Brazil but also in LATAM, USA and Canada.

Silvia

Bassi

Silvia Bassi is a journalist specialized in technology and the Internet.

She has 3 years of experience in content creation, editorial branding and business strategy development for multiplatform media companies.

She is currently publisher and member of the editorial board at The Shift, a data journalism and insights-as-a-service platform.

Leandro

Bissoli

Leandro is a partner of PG Advogados and a law instructor at Peck Sleiman EDU. He graduated from São Bernardo do Campo College and earned a postgraduate degree in International Economic Negotiations from the San Tiago Dantas Program. He specialized in International Trade Policy at Getúlio Vargas Foundation and in International Cooperation for Development at the University of São Paulo.

Leandro is a member of the International High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) and the Brazilian Institute of Digital Law (IBDDIG). He is also a professor of Innovation Management and Digital Law at FIA. He is co-author of the audiobook Eleições digitais and of the books Direito digital aplicado , Direito digital aplicado 2.0 and Direito digital aplicado 3.0 .
AminToufani
He brings a unique set of technological, entrepreneurial and policy perspectives to the dialogue of innovation on campus.

Amin is the CEO of T Labs. He was formerly the director of strategy and Vice President of Strategic Relations at Singularity University.

MarcGoodman
Marc Goodman is a New York Times Best-Selling author, global strategist and consultant focused on the profound change technology is having on security, business and international affairs.

Senior Manager at Samsung Pay in Brazil.

AnneConnelly
Anne is Faculty at Singularity University at NASA Ames in Silicon Valley,teaching global leaders how exponential technologies can solve problems that impactover a billion people.

Anne Connelly is passionate about harnessing blockchain and decentralized technology to transform the lives of people in developing countries.

Will Weisman
Will is an Executive Director at SU and runs the Global Summit, Industry Summits, and International Summits.

Executive Director of Singularity University.

Wolfgang Fengler
He also spoke at TEDx Vienna and launched population.io (endorsed by Bill Gates) as well as worldpoverty.io, two real-time big data models.

Wolfgang Fengler is the World Bank’s Lead Economist in Finance, Competitiveness and Innovation (FCI) for the Europe and Central Asia.

Samantha Radocchia
She’s led corporate trainings at Fortune 100 companies, governments, investment firms, and the United Nations, educating leaders on the technologies and cultural shifts that will shape their organizations—and daily lives—in the decades to come.

Entrepreneur, Author, Keynote Speaker, Futurist. Samantha Radocchia, or “Sam Rad” for short, is an entrepreneur, author, engineer, and early blockchain pioneer and advocate who combines the mindsets of an anthropologist and a technologist.

RodrigoDantas
Rodrigo Dantas is the founder of Vindi, the payment platform focused on the service and subscription industry.

Founder of Vindi.

Luiz AntonioSacco
Prior to joining the company, he worked in executive SafetyPay, American Express, IBM and Banco Bradesco.

Regional Head of Brazil & South America at Ripple.

Paulo Cesar doNascimento
Nascimento has over 20 years of experience in the IT industry and deep expertise in every aspect of project management, software development and team leadership.

Senior Manager at Samsung Pay in Brazil.

Cristiano Oliveira
Cristiano Oliveira is founder and CEO of Olivia AI (www.olivia.ai), a Silicon Valleybased FinTech startup.

Founder and CEO of Olivia AI

Stelleo Tolda
Stelleo Tolda is responsible for operations in the 18 countries where the company is present.

COO and Executive Vice President of Mercado Livre.

Rodrigo Ventura
International executive with extensive experience in all aspects of business development, startups, product and service advisory, mergers and acquisitions in Latin America and Asia, working in several segments: banking, insurance, telecommunications and blockchain technology.

Founder and CEO of 88 InsurTech Insurance and BlockchAIn for Good

Fábio Coelho
Google Brasil is one of the country’s most admired and innovative companies, winner of the Great Place to Work Award for seven consecutive years, between 2010 and 2016, and chosen by Cia. de Talentos as Company of Young People’s Dreams in 2015, 2014 and 2011. In 2015 and 2016.

President of Google Brasil since 2011 and vice-president of Google LLC since 2015.

Monica Saccarelli
As an innovation enthusiast, she adopts design thinking, inbound marketing, customer-focused innovation, user experience and other concepts in her projects.

Monica Saccarelli is founder and former partner of Rico Corretora de Valores, and an entrepreneur and advisor to ABFintech.

Sergio Furio
With 700 employees, the company is one of Latin America’s main fintechs and a benchmark in innovation and people management.

Sergio Furio is founder & CEO of Creditas, Brazil’s leading collateralized credit platform.

Marcelo Biasoli
He has extensive experience in executive positions in financial institutions and multinationals in the areas of Corporate Strategy, Innovation, Business Development, Distribution Channels and Marketing.

Director of Business & Marketing Strategy and an executive committeemember at Seguros SURA.

Guilherme Horn
A serial entrepreneur, he launched 6 startups, including Ágora, sold to Bradesco in 2008, and Órama, which Amazon named the world’s most innovative fintech in 2012.

Guilherme Horn is a fintech pioneer in Brazil. He has worked in this area for nearly 20 years.

Sandra Boccia
During her tenure, her team of journalists won more than 20 awards, including the 2017 Citi Journalistic Excellence Award.

Sandra Boccia is a journalist and director of Época Negócios and Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios magazines.

Romero Rodrigues
He is also co-founder and former CEO of Buscapé Company, a price- comparison service that was sold in 2009 to the South African group Naspers for $374 million, the largest startup exit to date.

Romero Rodrigues is managing partner at Redpoint eventures, the first Brazilian venture capital fund created in partnership with Silicon Valley firms.

Daniel Izzo
Daniel is a member of the Global Executive Committee at ANDE (Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneur), member of the Board at the Brazilian Social Finance Task Force, leader of the Impact Investing Working Group at ABVCAP (Brazilian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association), and a professor at the Impact Investing Executive Program at the Said Business School in Oxford.

Daniel is a partner, co-founder and CEO at Vox Capital, Brazil’s pioneering and leading impact investing fund manager, listed for 5 consecutive years as one of the most relevant players on the impact investing space Worldwide by the Impact Assets 50 and subject of a Harvard Business School business case: “Vox Capital: Pioneering Impact Investing in Brazil”.

Bernado Carneiro
He was CEO of Site Blindado, the leading online security and credibility company in Latin America, and is partner and M&A/Innovation director at Stone Payments.

Bernardo began working as an Internet entrepreneur at age 19, and was part of Braspag, Netcredit, MoIP and the Sieve Group companies.

Jeferson Ricardo Garcia Honorato
Honorato has worked at Banco Bradesco for 24 years. He is executive superintendent of Bradesco Dia & Noite, ans is responsible for the Bradesco Celular digital channels, social networks, digital innovations, Bradesco Next and digital communication.

Honorato has worked at Banco Bradesco for 24 years. He is executive superintendent of Bradesco Dia & Noite, ans is responsible for the Bradesco Celular digital channels, social networks, digital innovations, Bradesco Next and digital communication.

Renato Meirelles
A communicologist and writer since 2001, Renato has carried out hundreds of studies on behavior, consumption, culture and opinion, as well as diagnostics and business strategies for leading companies operating in Brazil.

Renato Meirelles is president of the Locomotiva Research Institute and faculty board member of IBMEC, where he holds the Consumer Science and Public Opinion chair.

Sergio Biagini
As a Strategy & Operations Consulting Partner, Sergio leads the execution of complex programs with financial institutions in the areas of business strategy and digital transformation, and has particular expertise in market entry strategy, customer journey, end-to- end digitalization, operating model rationalization and operations build out.

Sergio Biagini leads Deloitte’s Financial Services Consulting practice in Brazil. In this role, he advices financial institutions on themes related to digital ecosystems, open banking and innovation in financial services.

Silvia Bassi
She has 3 years of experience in content creation, editorial branding and business strategy development for multiplatform media companies.

Silvia Bassi is a journalist specialized in technology and the Internet.

Leandro Bissoli
Leandro was certified by Sun Microsystems in the SL-110, SL-275, OO-226, SL- 285 and SL-314 courses. He is an ICS Professional through Impacta Certified Specialist, Cutting Edge Hacking Techniques (GHTQ) and Global Information Assurance Certification (GIAC). He is also certified in database architecture and management (e.g., MSSQL, MYSQL and ORACLE) by the Privacy and Data Protection Foundation, the Information Security Foundation (based on ISO IEC 27001) and EXIN, in the Netherlands.

Leandro is a partner of PG Advogados and a law instructor at Peck Sleiman EDU. He graduated from São Bernardo do Campo College and earned a postgraduate degree in International Economic Negotiations from the San Tiago Dantas Program. He specialized in International Trade Policy at Getúlio Vargas Foundation and in International Cooperation for Development at the University of São Paulo.

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