|Executive Officers||Title||Date of Election||End of Term of Office|
|Carlos Augusto Machado Brandão||CEO||07/08/2020||06/18/2021|
|Carlos Augusto Machado Brandão is the Managing Director and a member of the IG4 Capital Operations team. Brandão has had a career with tenures in different sectors, such as utilities (generation, transmission, and distribution), retail, and telecom – always performing in key and strategic roles.In his latest professional endeavor, he has performed as the CFO at Oi, where he would be the leader of the restructuring process of the company’s debt, in the largest and most complex restructuring of multi-border debt in Latin America until then. The results of that project involved a new balance of the corporate capital structure, the implementation of a capital increase and of new governance through a dispersed base of shareholders from the conversion of debt into shares, and of an independent, professional board, besides the buildup of a new strategic plan and the disposal of problematic assets in Angola. He has also been a member of the Management Committee, the Risk Committee, the Costs Committee and the Quality Committee of the Company. Between 2015 and 2016, he was also in charge of managing the international asset portfolio of the operator, whilst interfacing with shareholders and stakeholders from different countries in Africa and Asia. And, during 2011-14, he was Oi’s strategy director, where he devised the strategy of performance in the spectrum auctions and was in charge of designing the business strategy of the company.
With diverse experience in complex M&A transactions, debt and operational restructuring, and building corporate strategy, Brandão has also performed in projects of that nature during his tenure at the Energisa Group, Furnas, and Sendas.
Brandao holds a degree in administration from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora, a Specialization in statistics, also from UFJF, and a Master’s degree in administration with emphasis in corporate finance from the IBMEC.
|Felipe Rath Fingerl||Investor Relations Officer||06/18/2019||06/18/2021|
|Felipe Rath Fingerl has been performing for over 10 years in different segments of the financial and capital markets. A founding partner of IG4 Capital, he served as the director of investments in Private Equity of the holding for the past 2 years, in charge of transactions involving turnaround and special opportunities in various sectors of the Brazilian economy, including the corporate and financial restructuring operation which has originated Iguá Saneamento. Between 2012 and 2016, in the infrastructure area of GP Investimentos, he conducted projects and analyses of investments in the sectors of sanitation, airports, urban mobility, energy, and telecom. He was also a member of the Investment Banking teams of J.P. Morgan and Modal banks between 2009 and 2012, whilst performing in the areas of mergers & acquisitions and Equity Capital Markets for the entire Latin America, based in São Paulo and in New York. He holds a degree in economic sciences from the PUC-Rio.|
|Péricles Sócrates Weber||Officer||06/18/2019||06/18/2021|
|Péricles Sócrates Weber has been performing in the sanitation sector for over 30 years. He held the directorate of the Environment and Social Initiative at the Companhia de Saneamento do Paraná – Sanepar. For Sanepar as well, he has served as the manager of operations of water and sewage systems, as the manager for the environment and quality, and as the engineer for bioenergy research. Former fellow of the British Council – United Kingdom, of the NUFFIC – The Netherlands, and of the Fulbright Commission – The United States.|
|Talita Caliman has had a solid career in strategic regulatory affairs. She joined Telefônica in 2006, as a regulation analyst with a focus on economic and financial themes. In 2007, she was transferred, already as a consultant, to the area of Strategic Planning where, in addition to the Regulatory Strategy, she performed with other strategic themes, such as M&A. In 2009, she took over the Management of Planning in the Directorate of Regulatory Strategy, under the challenge of handling structuring themes of the sector, as well as the incorporations of Vivo and GVT into the Group. In January 2016, she took over the Directorate of Regulatory Strategy, whilst being in charge of the negotiation the Terms of Conduct Adjustment with the Anatel, as well as the Review of the Regulatory Model with the Agency and the Ministry. She joined Iguá as the Executive Director of Regulatory and Institutional Affairs in April, 2020. She graduated in Public Administration at the Fundação Getúlio Vargas (EAESP), in 2005. Before her tenure at Telefonica | Vivo, she performed as a financial risk advisor and at Endeavor, where she started her career in the search and selection of entrepreneurs.|
|André Gustavo Salcedo Teixeira Mendes||Officer||08/10/2020||06/18/2021|
|André served for 16 years at BNDES, particularly in the capital market area. He engaged in several investment, divestment, corporate and financial restructuring transactions and business combinations (M&A) of BNDESPAR’s investee companies. He was also appointed as BNDES representative to board of directors and fiscal councils of some of these companies. In recent years, he has focused on increasing infrastructure financeability through the capital market, especially by using green securities and thematic funds, such as the Sustainable Energy Fund created in 2017. André is a founder and member of the Brazil Green Finance Initiative (BGFI) and has been working together with the Climate Bonds Initiative (CBI) to develop potential sustainable investments in Brazil. In this sense, he was responsible for preparing the “Destravando o Potencial de Investimentos Verdes para Agricultura no Brasil” (Unlocking Brazil’s Green Investment Potential for Agriculture) report. André also works for various forums aimed at promoting entrepreneurship, innovation and sustainable finance, such as the Financial Innovation Laboratory, an initiative coordinated by the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Brazilian Development Association (ABDE). André played a prominent role in BNDES Garagem, an initiative to foster entrepreneurship and start-up acceleration, and has ever since been working as a mentor and angel investor at start-up companies. He earned a bachelor’s degree in Electrical and Production Engineering and a master’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-Rio). He also holds CGA and CP3P-F certifications from ANBIMA and APMG, respectively.Mr. André Salcedo declared, for all legal purposes, that over the past five years, he has not been subject to any criminal conviction, any conviction in a CVM administrative proceeding or any penalties applied, or any final and unappealable conviction in the judicial or administrative sphere that has suspended or disqualified him from engaging in any professional or commercial activity, being therefore duly able to perform his professional activities. Additionally, Mr. André Salcedo declared that he is not a politically exposed person under the terms of the legislation in force.|
|Board of Directors||Title||Date of Election||End of Term of Office|
|Paulo Mattos was a Managing Director at RK Partners (2016-2017) and was a Managing Director at GP Investments (2012-2016), prior to creating RKP Investimentos in 2016, which was renamed in 2017 to IG4 Capital. While at GP Investments, Paulo served on the Infrastructure and Telecom Investment Committee and was the founder of BR Towers, where he served as Chairman (2012 to 2014).
Before joining GP Investments, Paulo was an Executive Vice President of Business Strategy, Wholesale and Regulatory Affairs at Oi S.A (2009-2012). While at Oi he served on the Executive Committee, Financial Risk Committee and Operations Committee. Paulo also worked at the Brazilian Development Bank, BNDES, as a Director, in addition to being a member of the Credit & Investment Committee and Head of the Managerial Committee (2007-2009).
Mr. Mattos holds a J.D. and a Ph.D. in Law from University of São Paulo (USP), was Fulbright Visiting Scholar at Yale University, and is a permanent member of the Board of Directors of the Brazilian Center for Analysis and Planning – CEBRAP and member of Getulio Vargas Foundation – FGV, leading think tanks specialized in public policy and business administration.
|Helcio Tokeshi||Vice Chairman||05/30/2019||05/30/2021|
|Helcio Tokeshi is an economist and executive with experience in the private, public and social sectors. In the public sector, he served as Secretary of Finance of the State of São Paulo. Mr. Helcio Tokeshi previously served twice at the Ministry of Finance both as Macroeconomic Policy Advisor of the Economic Policy Secretary and as Economic Monitoring Secretary. In the private sector, he served as Managing Director for GP Investimentos’ infrastructure department; CEO at EBP; and Associate Partner at McKinsey & Co. Mr. Helcio Tokeshi also served as an economist at World Bank in Washington, D.C. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of São Paulo, a master’s degree in Economics from the University of Campinas and a Ph.D. in Economics from the University of California, Berkeley.|
|Vital Meira de Menezes Júnior||Member||05/30/2019||05/30/2021|
|Vital Menezes earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Faculdade Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) in 1991 and a specialization degree in Investment Banking from the New York University (NYU) in 2001. Mr. Menezes also participated in the Executive Program of Corporate Governance at Kellog School of Management – Northwestern University, in Chicago. For the past 30 years Mr. Menezes has been working in the banking business at several institutions in Brazil, the United States and Europe, the last position being at J.P. Morgan Asset Management in São Paulo, as the CEO for Latin America from 2013 to 2018. Prior to that, he was a partner at Gávea Investimentos, in the credit initiative, from 2011 to 2013, and Global Head of Financial Institutions in Santander, in Madrid, with operations in nine countries in Europe, Latin America and the United States, from 2005 to 2011, where he was also a member of the bank’s executive committee in Europe. Vital Menezes served as Executive Officer at ANBIMA from 2014 to 2018.|
|Gustavo Buffara is Managing Director and CFO at IG4 Capital and one of the founders of the managing company. He is also a member of the Board of Directors of IGUÁ Saneamento S.A. and has been a member of the Company‘s Sustainability Committee and Audit Committee since 2017. Before IG4, Gustavo was Senior Director and Managing Director at RK Partners, an advisory firm specializing in debt restructuring and operational turnaround, between 2016-2017. From 2012 to 2016, Gustavo was Deputy Director at GP Investimentos, responsible for investments in the infrastructure and telecommunications sector in Brazil. During this time, he was also part of the initial team of GP Investimentos at BR Towers, responsible for structuring the company and for the 100-day plan with the company’s C-Level executives. Previously, Gustavo served as Senior Consultant at Bain & Co. of 2010-2012, leading strategic projects in different industries and sectors, such as financial services, credit and debit cards, insurance, airlines and oil & gas. In this position, he has worked in projects in Brazil, Chile and Africa. Gustavo began his career at Telefônica group, where he worked from 2004 to 2010, and was an executive in the areas of Planning, M&A and Regulatory Strategy. He also worked temporarily as a Market Strategist during 2008-2009, allocated directly in the Group‘s Global COO staff in Madrid, Spain. He has a degree in Public Administration from EAESP-FGV (Fundação Getúlio Vargas) and Master’s Degree in Business Administration from IMD in Switzerland.|
|Jerson Kelman was President of Companhia de Saneamento Básico do Estado de São Paulo (SABESP), intervening part at Empresa Energética do Mato Grosso do Sul (ENERSUL), President of Grupo Light (2010-2012), Managing Director of Agência Nacional de Energia Elétrica (ANEEL – the Brazilian Electricity of Regulatory Agency) (2005-2008) and CEO of Agência Nacional de Águas (ANA – Brazilian National Water Agency) (2001-04). Prior to that, he was a researcher at Centro de Pesquisas de Energia Elétrica (CEPEL – Electrical Energy Research Center), Technical Director of Fundação Superintendência Estadual de Rios e Lagoas (SERLA-RJ – State Superintendence of Rivers and Ponds Foundation of Rio de Janeiro), advisor of the World Bank and partner at BR-Investimentos. He is a member of the Board of Directors of Operador Nacional do Sistema (ONS – National Electric System Operator), Member of the Advisory Council of Federação Brasileira de Bancos (FEBRABAN – the Brazilian Federation of Banks), member of the Board of Directors of Conselho Superior de Infraestrutura da Federação das Indústrias do Estado de São Paulo (FIESP – Superior Infrastructure Council of the Federation of Industries of the State of São Paulo), member of the Board of Trustees of Fundação Brasileira de Desenvolvimento Sustentável (FBDS – the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development), Academia Nacional de Engenharia (ANE – National Academy of Engineering). He was a member of Conselho Nacional de Política Energética National (CNPE – National Council of Energy Policy), Conselho Nacional de Recursos Hídricos (CNRH – National Council of Water Resources), Conselho Nacional do Meio Ambiente (CONAMA – National Council for the Environment), Conselho Internacional da ABENGOA (International Council of ABENGOA) (Seville, Spain), the Advisory Council of UNESCO-IHE Institute for Water Education (Delft – Netherlands) and Comitê de Monitoramento do Setor Elétrico (CMSE – Committee for the Monitoring of the Electric Sector), the Board of Directors of Companhia de Saneamento Básico do Estado de São Paulo (SABESP), the Board of Directors of ELETROPAULO, the Board of Directors of Companhia de Seguros do Estado de São Paulo (COSESP), the Board of Directors of Associação Brasileira da Infraestrutura das Indústrias de Base (ABDIB – the Brazilian Association of Infrastructure and Basic Industries), the Task Force on Water Security of the Global Water Partnership (GWP) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), the Scientific Committee of the World Water Week in Stockholm, the Electric Power Council of FIRJAN and the Advisory Council of the Global Water Practice of The World Bank. He was also a coordinator of the Analysis Committee of the Hydrothermal Power System that diagnosed the causes of rationing in 2001. Jerson earned an undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering with specialization in Hydraulics from the School of Engineering of the Rio de Janeiro State University (UFRJ) (1971), a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering from COPPE-UFRJ (1973) and a Ph.D. in Hydrology and Water Resources from the Colorado State University (1976). He is a Full Professor of the Hydraulics and Sanitation Department of UFRJ (1985). He is a commander of the Order of Rio Branco and the Order of Scientific Merit. He received medals of legislative merit from the House of Representatives and Legislative Assembly of Minas Gerais, the Bernardo Mascarenhas medal (ABCE 2006). He was granted the following awards: Flávio Terra Barth (2015, ABRH), Distinguished Alumni Award (2012, Colorado State University), Eminent Engineer (2010, Association of Former Students of the Polytechnical School) and King Hassan II World Water Prize (2003, World Water Council). He has been a professor of Water Resources of COPPE-UFRJ since 1974. He presided over (as advisor) and participated in dozens of master’s and doctoral committees. He is the author of the books “Cheias e Aproveitamentos Hidroelétricos” (Floods and Hydroelectric Power Plants) (1983) and “Desafios do Regulador” (Challenges of the Regulator) (2009), and over one hundred technical articles and chapters in specialized books, as well as dozens of articles published in major newspapers. He was the founder, director and president of the Brazilian Association of Water Resources (ABRH).|
|Vanessa Viana serves as a member of the board of directors of Iguá Saneamento S.A. and a member of the Sustainability Committee. Fund manager with more than twenty years of experience in Private Equity, M&A and Venture Capital, having structured private equity funds, debt and mezzanine investments in Latin America in co-investment with leading investment banks and Development Finance Institutions. Previously, Vanessa was co-founder and fund manager of Bradesco Private Equity, department of Banco Bradesco S.A. from 2011 to 2019. Prior to that, Ms. Viana held various roles at BMG Bank, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu and Sakonnet Energy Trading from 2005 to 2011. She began her career as a risk consultant at Kroll Associates Brazil from 2001 to 2005. Ms. Viana holds a Master of Finance and Economics from the Fundação Getúlio Vargas, and a Master of MSc in Management of Information System and Digital Innovation from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Bachelor of Economics from the University of South Santa Catarina, a Bachelor of Communication Studies from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.|
|Gesner Oliveira||Independent Member||05/30/2019||05/30/2021|
|Gesner Oliveira holds a Ph.D. in in Economics from the University of California/Berkeley, master in Economics from the Economics Institute of UNICAMP, and bachelor in Economics from the University of São Paulo (USP). He is partner of GO Associados and Professor of the Department of Economics of the Getúlio Vargas Foundation – SP.
He was CEO of the São Paulo State Water & Sanitation Company (SABESP) (2006-2010), CADE’s CEO (1996-2000) and experience of twenty years in antitrust consulting for international and national institutions.
Gesner received the Prize of the Economist of the Year of 2016, by the Order of Economists of Brazil.