Mr. Cezar Baião graduated in Economics from the Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC/RJ). Having joined Wilson Sons in 1994 as CFO, he currently acts as the CEO of operations in Brazil. From 1982 to 1989, he served as Money Market Manager at JP Morgan and also as Finance Director of Grupo Lachmann, between 1989 and 1994. He is a member of the board of directors of the Brazilian Association of Public-Use Container Terminals (ABRATEC). Mr. Baião is also a member of the Oil & Gas production Committee at the São Paulo Industry Federation (COMPETRO – FIESP) and Business Counsellor of Infrastructure at the Rio de Janeiro Industry Federation (FIRJAN).
Mr. Salek is an economist educated at PUC-Rio specialising in Corporate Finance, International Finance and Marketing. He has been part of Wilson Sons since 2016, where he acts as CFO. He has solid experience in leadership roles for capital-intensive companies. In his last position, he served as BG Group Finance Vice President in Brazil where he was responsible for the areas of Planning and Budgeting, Accounting including Audit, Risk Management, Tax and IT. Previously, Salek worked at BHP Billiton, where for six years he served as Vice President of Corporate Finance in Netherlands and subsequently in Great Britain.
Mr. Calbucci has been part of the Wilson Sons Group since 1979, where he started as a trainee. He was responsible for starting the Offshore business in the Group, in 2003, and for consolidating the Wilson Sons Shipyard position as a major shipbuilding facility. Calbucci graduated in Naval Engineering from Escola Politécnica of the University of São Paulo. He is vice-president of Brazilian National Towage Association (Sindiporto) and Brazilian National Shipyards Association (Sinaval). He is a member of the Fiscal Board of the Brazilian National Shipowners Association (Syndarma) and a recipient of the Tamandaré Merit Medal.
Mr. Fisher graduated in Civil Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He started his career in 1982 as trainee at Baker Hughes do Brasil Ltda., a multinational oil company. He reached, in 1988, the position of General Manager of Baker Hughes, being the first Brazilian national to hold such position. In 1990, he served as the Director of Grupo Lachmann’s subsidiary Integral Transporte e Agência Marítima. With the Wilson Sons Group since 1994, he was responsible for the Company’s successful participation in the Brazilian ports privatisation process. Fisher also developed new businesses that expanded the participation of Wilson Sons Logistics into the areas of Bonded Warehouses (EADI) and Distribution Centres, as well as the Group’s participation in Offshore Support Bases.