September 9, 2016 |
Brazilian infrastructure investor Invepar named Erik Breyer as its new chief executive officer, replacing Gustavo Nunes da Silva Rocha, who led the company from 2010. The change came after Rocha provided testimony to Brazil’s federal police in April as part of the Lava Jato corruption investigation. He was asked about matters relating to engineering firm OAS, which owns 24.4% of Invepar, but not about Invepar’s activities, the company said at the time.
Brazilian airline Gol, which is going through debt renegotiations, brought back Richard Lark as chief financial officer. Lark held the post from 2003 to 2008, helping to lead the company when Gol went public in 2004. Less than a month after re
Brazil’s Gol and Invepar name new executives, while investment bankers move to asset management firms BlackRock and Noctua