Brazil is living one of its biggest economic crisis in the nation’s history, something that began short after the soccer world cup Was headquartered in the country. Living with the constant fear of increasing inflation and of losing commercial deals with other nations, this directly affects their Investment management philosophies.
Now, more than ever, the country is valuing exportation of national products, which includes coffee grains, Iron ore and steel, petroleum, Soy and derived products, among others that are core to their traditional exportation menus. The Brazilian Economy is in recession, which means that the investment in importation is at an all-time low. They experienced one of the strongest currency devaluation since they went from colony to independent country.
The Brazilian community is also having to change their way of investing and living. As the years have progressed, Brazil is overcoming the harsh crisis, but the community got smarter. By investing in savings accounts, guarantee funds and properties, the people are now ensuring that they would be able to survive another downgrade, especially since the availability of employment fell downhills in that period. This kind of investment was not as popular before the world cup.
A very famous and accomplished investment manager in Brazil is the Financial Manager Cassio Audi. Having worked for more than five enterprises in the country, he is an ever-growing businessman that has a lot to teach on how to survive and even profit from such a crisis. Audi possesses leadership and analyzing skills that have brought their clients to earn more profit.
Audi Cassio has more than 23 years of experience with finances and investment decisions. He is a planner and an analyzer that has created strategies for many companies to gain profit from their market. Among his best positions, he was Finance Director at P&G, Chief Financial Officer at Rossi Residential, where he later became CEO in 2013. He then became Managing Director for GVMI, an investment company.