former journalist Fernanda Freitas, especially known as the RTP “Civil Society” program, appears as a non-executive official in one of the electoral lists in Montepio, the so-called “staff list”, in which figures such as Pedro Alves, the current leader of Montepio Credito, and Pedro Libano Montero, who presides over Montepio Valor. And as the Observer found, this list – one of four (probably) – However, it will be led by an experienced but unknown manager – Joao do Passo Vicente Ribeiro – who worked on BPN with Miguel Cadilhe and on Brazilian communications Oi.
Joao do Passo Vicente Ribeiroaged 73, Currently a member of the Remuneration Committee of SimabaThey also have connections with Unicre and Vila Galé Gest. In the past, he was a Legal Director (Executive) at Brazilian Oi and an Officer at Pharol. He was also the CEO of BPN on Miguel Cadilhe’s team at the end of 2008. Even before that, he worked for BCP and BPA.
In addition to this (chairman candidate), there are four other CEOs on this list, which this Wednesday is being handed over to the ASF so that joint financial supervisor Montepio can pre-assess their suitability. In addition to Pedro Alves and Pedro Libano Montero, the names Nono Paramis, former director of risk and Commitment Money laundering in BPP, and Maria Eduarda Osorio, who entered the bank when it was led by José Felix Morgado.
The face best known to the general public is between two non-executives, former journalist Fernanda Freitas, who now has a company operating in the communications and content sector, Eixo Norte Sul. Associação Mutualista Montepio Geral is an Eixo Norte Sol customer, according to Displayed on the company’s website.
Another non-executive officer that has been suggested is Paula Guimarães, one of the Bank’s “Directors” who was primarily devoted to the Montepio Foundation and the areas of social responsibility.
Names not on the list, even though the observer knows there are contacts, are names Diogo Lacerda Machadovery close to the Prime Minister and that Antonio Costa has placed in sensitive files such as TAP and the so-called “BES sufferer”, and Luis Almeida, close to Tomás Correia and current official with Vírgilio Lima (but who has long been away from the rest of the administration).
The list handed over to the ASF also includes the names of the financial board. According to what the Observer has found, they are Paolo Andre (linked to Baker Tilly), Teresa Fioza (photo frame), and Carlos Morgado.