Maria Luiza De Oliveira Pinto E. Paiva

Executive Officer of Sustainability & Corporate Relations at Fibria Celulose SA

Maria Luiza De Oliveira Pinto E. Paiva

Maria Luiza De Oliveira Pinto E. Paiva

Executive Officer of Sustainability & Corporate Relations at Fibria Celulose SA

Biography

Maria Luiza de Oliveira Pinto e Paiva is on the board of Real Microcrédito Assessoria Financeira SA. In the past she occupied the position of Executive Officer at Banco Santander (Brasil) SA. She received an undergraduate degree from Pontifícia Universidade Católica de São Paulo and an undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan.

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Number of Boards

2

Birthday

07/1963

Age

57

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Chief Executive Officer at Abril SA (Spain)

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Director at Banco Santander

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Executive Officer at Aymore Credito Financiamentoe Investimento SA

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Vice President at Santander Group

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Chairman, Director-Finance & Investor Relations at BRPR 55 Securitizadora de Créditos Imobiliários SA

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Vice President at Asociación Española de Ejecutivos de Finanzas

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Former Chief Executive Officer at Banco Santander

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Chief Executive Officer & Director at Santander Leasing SA Arrendamento Mercantil

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Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director at Lloyds Bank Plc

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Chief Executive Officer at The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis & Malaria

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Maria Luiza De Oliveira Pinto E. Paiva
Executive Officer of Sustainability & Corporate Relations at Fibria Celulose SA
Education

Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo is one of the most recognized and traditional Brazilian universities.

The University of Michigan (UM, U-M, UMich, or U of M), frequently referred to as simply Michigan, is a public research university located in Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States. It is the state's oldest university and the flagship campus of the University of Michigan. It is one of the original eight Public Ivy universities and is one of the founding members of the Association of American Universities. It has been ranked among the top five research universities in the US, and among the top 20 universities in the world. U-M also has satellite campuses in Flint and Dearborn.

Career History
Senior Vice President
Prior

The largest bank in the eurozone and one of the largest in the world. Banco Santander is a global, multinational bank which was named the Best Bank in the World, in 2012 in the annual Euromoney ranking for the third time in recent years. At the close of the latest fiscal year, Santander was the largest bank in the eurozone and one of the thirteen leading banks in the world in terms of market capitalisation: 63 billion euros. Retail banking. Based on a business model that focuses on retail banking products and services for private customers, SMEs, and companies, Santander currently serves more than 100 million customers through a global network of 14,400 branches, the largest in the international banking sector. It has 1.388 billion euros in managed funds in all customer segments, more than 3.3 million shareholders, and 187,000 employees. Ten main countries. Founded in 1857 in the Spanish town of Santander by 76 businessmen linked to regional economy and to the Spanish colonial trade with the Americas, the 155-year old Banco Santander climbed all the rungs in the financial ladder throughout the 20th century until in the 21st century it became a leading world bank, a reference in good management and competence in the sector, with a solid presence in ten countries in two continents, Europe and America, and businesses in more than forty markets. Santander is currently the main financial group in Spain, its country of origin, and in Latin America, a continent where its main markets are Brazil, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina. It also holds a significant position in the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, Poland, and the north-east of the United States. In addition to these main markets, it also offers consumer finance services in Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, and Belgium. The most liquid shares in the stock market. Santander shares are the most liquid in the Eurostoxx, and are listed in the Madrid, New York, London, Lisbon, Mexico, São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Milan stock exchanges. They are listed in 63 different stock exchange indices. Capacity to generate profits and sound capital. Santander holds a unique position in the international banking sector, which allows it to increase its profits year after year, generating value for its shareholders, clients, and all of society. In 2012, in the midst of a severe global financial crisis, Santander’s profit before provisions grew to 23.559 billion euros, one of the three largest figures in the international banking sector. Santander closed the year with a 10.33% core capital ratio, and easily passed the strictest financial soundness tests required by all the competent national and international authorities.

Executive Officer of Sustainability & Corporate Relations
Current

Fibria Celulose The world’s leader in the production of eucalyptus pulp, Fibria has an annual production capacity of 5.25 million tons, from mills located in Três Lagoas (Mato Grosso do Sul), Aracruz (Espírito Santo), Jacareí (São Paulo) and Eunápolis (Bahia), this last being Veracel, its joint venture with Stora Enso. Together with Cenibra, it operates Portocel, in Aracruz (Espírito Santo), the only Brazilian port specializing in pulp shipments. With its operations based entirely on renewable forest plantations, in the states of Rio Grande do Sul, São Paulo, Minas Gerais, Rio de Janeiro, Espírito Santo, Mato Grosso do Sul and Bahia, Fibria has a total forest base covering 958,000 hectares, of which 336,000 are native forests that have been set aside for environmental conservation. In October 2012, the company entered into a strategic alliance with the American company Ensyn to invest in renewable fuels derived from wood and biomass.

Boards & Committees
Member, Board of Directors
Prior

The largest bank in the eurozone and one of the largest in the world. Banco Santander is a global, multinational bank which was named the Best Bank in the World, in 2012 in the annual Euromoney ranking for the third time in recent years. At the close of the latest fiscal year, Santander was the largest bank in the eurozone and one of the thirteen leading banks in the world in terms of market capitalisation: 63 billion euros. Retail banking. Based on a business model that focuses on retail banking products and services for private customers, SMEs, and companies, Santander currently serves more than 100 million customers through a global network of 14,400 branches, the largest in the international banking sector. It has 1.388 billion euros in managed funds in all customer segments, more than 3.3 million shareholders, and 187,000 employees. Ten main countries. Founded in 1857 in the Spanish town of Santander by 76 businessmen linked to regional economy and to the Spanish colonial trade with the Americas, the 155-year old Banco Santander climbed all the rungs in the financial ladder throughout the 20th century until in the 21st century it became a leading world bank, a reference in good management and competence in the sector, with a solid presence in ten countries in two continents, Europe and America, and businesses in more than forty markets. Santander is currently the main financial group in Spain, its country of origin, and in Latin America, a continent where its main markets are Brazil, Mexico, Chile, and Argentina. It also holds a significant position in the United Kingdom, Germany, Portugal, Poland, and the north-east of the United States. In addition to these main markets, it also offers consumer finance services in Scandinavia, the Netherlands, Austria, Italy, and Belgium. The most liquid shares in the stock market. Santander shares are the most liquid in the Eurostoxx, and are listed in the Madrid, New York, London, Lisbon, Mexico, São Paulo, Buenos Aires and Milan stock exchanges. They are listed in 63 different stock exchange indices. Capacity to generate profits and sound capital. Santander holds a unique position in the international banking sector, which allows it to increase its profits year after year, generating value for its shareholders, clients, and all of society. In 2012, in the midst of a severe global financial crisis, Santander’s profit before provisions grew to 23.559 billion euros, one of the three largest figures in the international banking sector. Santander closed the year with a 10.33% core capital ratio, and easily passed the strictest financial soundness tests required by all the competent national and international authorities.

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Maria Luiza De Oliveira Pinto E. Paiva is affiliated with Banco Santander, Fibria Celulose SA, Real Microcrédito Assessoria Financeira SA, Banco Santander

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