Board, Councils and Committees

Board

Tulio Cintra - CEO

CEO of Priner since 2012, when he joined the Company, he has 30 years of experience in the O&G segment, industrial engineering services, assembly and heavy construction.
Prior to Priner, Túlio was Executive Director at Mills for 2 years and worked at companies such as Ocyan, Braskem and CBPO, having worked in Malaysia, South Korea, Angola, Portugal, Argentina and England.

He is a Civil Engineer from the School of Engineering of São Carlos – USP, Master in Energy (MSc) from the University of Sheffield UK and holds an MBA in Finance from the University of São Paulo.

Marcelo Gonçalves Costa - CFO

He has been with Priner since 2013. He has 36 years of experience in industrial services, LPG distribution, plastic product manufacturers, retail and technology industries, acquired in global and local organizations. Simultaneously, he taught at IBMEC for 3 years.

He studied Business Administration at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Postgraduate Studies in Economic Engineering and Industrial Organization at the State University of Rio de Janeiro and Masters in Marketing and Strategy at IBMEC. He completed a leadership course at Copenhagen Business School and published an article at IAMOT (International Association for Management of Technology).

Yoshiro Marcelo Sakaki Leal - COO

At Priner since 2007, he has 20 years of experience in Management of Maintenance Contracts, Shutdowns and Assembly Projects in the Industrial Segment and Civil Construction Works, acquired in national organizations. He studied Civil Engineering at the Federal University of Bahia and has an MBA in Business Management from FGV.

Board os Directors

Pedro Henrique Chermont de Miranda - President

Engineer graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro – PUC-Rio. Pedro Henrique Chermont de Miranda’s main professional experiences include (i) Founding Partner of Leblon Equities Gestão de Recursos Ltda. (since 2008) equity investment manager in Brazil (in Stock Exchange and Private Equity); (ii) Member of the Board of Directors of Springs Global Participações S/A (since 2012), a publicly-opened company in the textile sector; (iii) Member of the Board of Directors of Saraiva Livreiros e Editores S.A. (in 2015), a publicly-based company that operates in the publishing, retail and education branches; (iv) Member of the Board of Directors of Priner Serviços Industriais S.A. (current name of Mills SI Serviços Industriais S.A.) (since 2014), a closed company that operates in the industrial services segment; (v) Member of the Board of Directors of BR Home Center (2018); (vi) Member of the Board of Directors of Grupo Pão de Açúcar (2009 to 2014), a publicly-opened company in the retail sector; (vii) Member of the Board of Directors of Mills Scaffolding Tubulars do Brasil S.A. (2009 to 2012), a publicly-based company that operates in the engineering services and equipment rental sector; (viii) Member of the Board of Directors of Globex Utilidades S.A. (holder of the brands Ponto Frio and Pontofrio.com) (2006 to 2008), which operates in the retail and e-commerce business; (ix) Member of the Board of Directors of Rossi Residencial S.A .2000 to 2002), a publicly-opened company in the construction industry; and (x) Managing Partner of Investidor Profissional (IP) Gestão de Recursos (1995 to 2008), investment manager.

Bruno de Mello Pereira - Vice President

Bruno de Mello Pereira’s main professional experiences include: (i) partner of Leblon Equities Gestão de Recursos Ltda. (since 2008) equity investment manager in Brazil (in Stock Exchange and Private Equity); (ii) Member of the Board of Directors of Priner Serviços Industriais S.A. (since 2015), a company operating in the industrial services and maintenance sector; (iii) chief financial officer of Casa Show S.A. in 2009, a company in the retail sector of construction material; (iv) business analyst (sell side) at UBS Pactual, following the financial sector in Brazil and Latin America (2000 to 2008); (v) sell-side analyst at Banco Icatu (1997 to 1999) following the banking sector in Brazil; (vi) auditor at Ernst & Young (1994 to 1996) Bruno de Mello Pereira holds a degree in business administration from UFF (Fluminense Federal University) and is CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) certified.

Carla Barretto - Independent Advisor

Carla has more than 25 years of executive experience in the areas of strategic planning, governance, finance, controlling and human resources. She began her career at an international auditing firm and has worked at Brazilian multinational infrastructure, real estate, chemical and petrochemical companies. She was Superintendent Director of the real estate business in Brazil. She is a board member certified by the IBGC for experience, in the CCA+ modality, having served as a board member in private and publicly traded companies, including Braskem S.A.

Eduardo Khair Chalita - Independent Advisor

Eduardo Khair Chalita’s main professional experiences include: (i) Member of the Board of Directors of Novapontocom E-Commerce S.A. (2010 to 2014), which operates in the e-commerce industry; (ii) CEO of Americanas.com – Grand Cayman (2000 to 2004), which operates in the e-commerce industry; (iii) Director of Lojas Americanas S.A. (1996 – 2004), a publicly-opened company in the retail sector; (iv) Member of the Board of Directors of Pontofrio.com E-Commerce S.A. (2008 to 2010), which operates in the e-commerce industry; and (v) a partner of omni55, a consulting and participation firm (since 2018).

Roberto Carmelo de Oliveira - Independent Advisor

Roberto Carmelo de Oliveira attended Civil Engineer at Souza Marques University (1977) in Rio de Janeiro, holds a Specialization in Business Management from the Trevisan Institute (1999) in São Paulo, MBA from PDG/IBMEC (2003) and training as a Board Member at IBGC – Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (2015). Mr. Roberto Carmelo de Oliveira joined the Company in 2013, and held several relevant positions. He was Commercial Director of New Business from November 2013 to February 2015. Since April 2015, he has been a member of the Company’s Board of Directors. In addition, from 1981 to 2013, held the positions of Commercial Director of New Business, Director of the Industrial Services Division, Manager of the São Paulo Branch, Manager of the Camaçari-BA Branch, General Manager of MNKF affiliate – Imperator, Manager of the Industrial Division, Branch Manager of Rio de Janeiro, Sales Engineer and Engineer Supervisor of Works at Mills Estruturas e Serviços de Engenharia S/A, a publicly-offering company operating in the areas of industrial goods, construction and engineering and various services.

Audit Committe

Luciana Doria Wilson - Committee Coordinator

Luciana, FRSA (Fellow The Royal Society of London), holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economic Sciences from the Pontifical Catholic University (FEA-PUC) in 2002, and in Accounting Sciences from FIPECAFI-USP, with a Master’s in Finance from the Business School (BSP) and executive education at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Doria has extensive experience in leading Private Equity transactions, M&A, due diligence processes, pre-IPO, IPOs (NYSE and BOVESPA), pre- and post-merger integration, debt issuance, restructuring projects, corporate governance and risk assessment . Currently, she is a partner at Managrow, a family wealth management company (Family Offices); (ii) Chairman of the Fiscal Council of Fleury S.A., a publicly-held company in the diagnostics, analysis and medical services sector; (iii) Member of the Fiscal Council of Eztec S.A., a publicly-held company in the real estate development and commercialization segment; (iv) Deputy Member of the Fiscal Council of Anima Educação S.A., a publicly-held company in the education sector; (v) Member of the Board of Directors of the Alliance of Corporate International Advisors in London; (vi) Coordinator and Member of the Audit Committee of Priner Serviços Industriais S.A., a publicly-held company in the industrial services segment. In the last 5 years, he also served as: (i) Alternate member of the Fiscal Council of Camil Alimentos S.A., a publicly-held company operating in the food sector; (ii) member of the fiscal council of Smartcoat Engenharia, a company in the industrial segment; (iii) alternate member of the fiscal council of Enel S.A., a company operating in the electricity distribution sector and (iv) Executive Director of Saraiva S.A. Mrs. Luciana Doria does not hold other management positions in third sector companies and/or organizations. Before joining Saraiva’s executive committee, Doria was Head of Capital Markets at Gafisa (invested in GP Investments), and strategist at the brokerage and treasury at Banco Santander, Real Estate analyst at Bear Stearns, JP Morgan, HSBC and Itaú Unibanco . Member of the Women Corporate Directors (WCD), DELL Women Entrepreneurs Network (DWEN), Stanford Brazilian University Students (SUBA), Regional Council of Economics (CORECON) and Stanford Women of Impact Network (WIN).

Among other awards, Luciana Doria Wilson received the (i) Stanford LEAD Program Corporate Innovation – Intellectual Contribution Award in Finance and Business Model; (ii) Women on Board Certificate, by the WOB (Women on Board) seal and (iii) Fellow The Royal Society of London.

Bruno de Mello Pereira

Bruno de Mello Pereira’s main professional experiences include: (i) partner of Leblon Equities Gestão de Recursos Ltda. (since 2008) equity investment manager in Brazil (in Stock Exchange and Private Equity); (ii) Member of the Board of Directors of Priner Serviços Industriais S.A. (since 2015), a company operating in the industrial services and maintenance sector; (iii) chief financial officer of Casa Show S.A. in 2009, a company in the retail sector of construction material; (iv) business analyst (sell side) at UBS Pactual, following the financial sector in Brazil and Latin America (2000 to 2008); (v) sell-side analyst at Banco Icatu (1997 to 1999) following the banking sector in Brazil; (vi) auditor at Ernst & Young (1994 to 1996) Bruno de Mello Pereira holds a degree in business administration from UFF (Fluminense Federal University) and is CFA (Chartered Financial Analyst) certified.

Roberto Carmelo de Oliveira

Attended Civil Engineer at Souza Marques University (1977) in Rio de Janeiro, holds a Specialization in Business Management from the Trevisan Institute (1999) in São Paulo, MBA from PDG/IBMEC (2003) and training as a Board Member at IBGC – Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (2015). Mr. Roberto Carmelo de Oliveira joined the Company in 2013, and held several relevant positions. He was Commercial Director of New Business from November 2013 to February 2015. Since April 2015, he has been a member of the Company’s Board of Directors. In addition, from 1981 to 2013, held the positions of Commercial Director of New Business, Director of the Industrial Services Division, Manager of the São Paulo Branch, Manager of the Camaçari-BA Branch, General Manager of MNKF affiliate – Manager of the Industrial Division, Branch Manager of Rio de Janeiro, Sales Engineer and Engineer Supervisor of Works at Mills Estruturas e Serviços de Engenharia S/A, a publicly-offering company operating in the areas of industrial goods, construction and engineering and various services.

People Committe

Carla Barretto - Committee Coordinator

Carla has more than 25 years of executive experience in the areas of strategic planning, governance, finance, controlling and human resources. She began her career at an international auditing firm and has worked at Brazilian multinational infrastructure, real estate, chemical and petrochemical companies. She was Superintendent Director of the real estate business in Brazil. She is a board member certified by the IBGC for experience, in the CCA+ modality, having served as a board member in private and publicly traded companies, including Braskem S.A.

Eduardo Khair Chalita

Eduardo Khair Chalita’s main professional experiences include: (i) Member of the Board of Directors of Novapontocom E-Commerce S.A. (2010 to 2014), which operates in the e-commerce industry; (ii) CEO of Americanas.com – Grand Cayman (2000 to 2004), which operates in the e-commerce industry; (iii) Director of Lojas Americanas S.A. (1996 – 2004), a publicly-opened company in the retail sector; (iv) Member of the Board of Directors of Pontofrio.com E-Commerce S.A. (2008 to 2010), which operates in the e-commerce industry; and (v) a partner of omni55, a consulting and participation firm (since 2018).

Lia Cristina Santos Alicke de Azevedo

Lia’s career as an Executive in organizations in diverse segments (Chemical, Pharmaceutical, Industrial (Aluminium), Consumer Goods and Retail) has prepared me to integrate business results and growth with its purpose and impacts. He accumulated significant experiences in Financial Planning, Strategic Planning, Human Capital, Organizational Transformation, Leadership Development, Culture Management, Digital Transformation, Communication, Reputation and Sustainability with the purpose of boosting business and leveraging ESG practices.
Board member formed by IBGC, member of WCD – Women Corporate Directors -, Mentor at CEOLab, Member of the People Committee at JS Peças, Member of the Board of the VBSO office, Member of the ESG and HR Committee at TANAC, Member of the People Committee at IMED Group and Advisor to the EY Winning Women Brazil Program.
Graduated in Economics from Universidade Mackenzie with specialization in financial administration, training in strategic people management FDC / INSEAD (France) and Executive Program of Human Resources Business School at the University of Michigan (USA), training of consultants (ADIGO), capital markets and corporate governance (B.I.), director training program (IBGC), training in governance and new economy (GoNew) and training in ESG (IBGC).

She held director and vice president positions in the areas of human resources, communication, institutional affairs, sustainability and institutional marketing in consumer goods, retail, pharmaceutical and basic industry companies, such as: Alcan, Novelis, Alcon, Dow Quimica and Grupo Apothecary.