Speakers Adalberto Febeliano Engineer, has worked for MesblaAviação, LíderAviação, GE Celma and Azul LinhasAéreas. He was the CEO at ABAG, the Brazilian Association of General Aviation. He has an MBA from FGV and a MS on Production Engineering focused on Air Transport Economics. Currently he is a licensed Professor of Air Transport Economics and Air Transport Planning at Anhembi Morumbi University and part of Modern Logistics staff. Ary Rodrigues Bertolino Native of Rio de Janeiro (RJ). Joined the Brazilian Air Force in February 1983. Main positions held: Head of the Brazilian Air Navigation Management Center (CGNA); Student at the Inter-American Defense College in Washington, D.C.; Head of the Department of Institutional Effectiveness of the Inter-American Defense College, in Washington, D.C.; Participation in 83 International Meetings of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) representing Brazil. He is currently the Head of the Subdepartment of Operations at DECEA. Augusto Macedo Santos Leads Sales & Marketing for Rockwell Collins’ ARINC Airports for the Latin America Region. Mr. Santos has previously held multiple leadership positions at SITA, NCR and Telecom companies in the areas of Sales, Bid Management, Project & Product Management. Holds a MBA in Strategy and Corporate Finance from Emory University – USA, a Masters in Management from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, a Diploma in Telecom Engineering from University of California, Berkeley, a BSEE from Federal University of Bahia and other industry certifications. Breno Dias Silva Breno Dias Silva, executive in the development of global projects. Based in London, representing the companies Getronics and Grupo Cimcorp, it is responsible for innovation projects that aim to improve the user experience, bringing to Latin America projects already implemented in Europe and Asia involving the main airport operators in the world. In Brazil, he has worked on several innovation initiatives, including the Blockchain Challenge project in conjunction with Microsoft and Cisco, identifying Brazilian startups focused on the theme. Carlos Eduardo Elias Ribeiro Soon. Claudia Elena Bonelli The head of TozziniFreire’s Administrative Law practice group, Claudia has a deep knowledge of public sector-related matters. She works on issues related to bids, contracts and administrative covenants, public service concessions, public-private partnerships and governmental permits, as well as administrative laws and regulations such as the Fiscal Responsibility Act. With a thorough knowledge of public-private relations and broad experience in the infrastructure sector, she has worked on many of Brazil’s largest infrastructure projects. Dario Rais Lopes Senior Executive with over 35 years of experience in transportation planning, design, consulting, implementation, operation and infrastructure management and services for the private and public sector in various companies and organizations. He has held the following public offices: Secretary of Transport of São José dos Campos (1997-1999); Superintendent DAESP – Air Transportation Department of São Paulo State (1999 – 2002); President of DERSA & Secretary of Transport of São Paulo State (2003-2006). Member of the following Councils: CBTU – Brazilian Company of Urban Trains – (22/12/2015 – 24/08/2016); TRENSURB – Urban Trains from Porto Alegre S/A – (29/09/2015 – 24/08-2016); VALEC – Engenharia Construções e Ferrovias S.A. (currently). Professor at Mackenzie University. Currently licensed.He held the position of National Secretary of Transport and Urban Mobility, of the Ministry of Cities. Currently holds the position of Nacional Civil Aviation Secretary of the Ministry of Transport, Ports and Civil Aviation. Eduardo Camargo Eduardo S. M. Camargo is an executive with over 18 years of experience in the Infrastructure Sector. He is currently Head of Latin America and Caribbean of CCR Airports, member of the Boards of BH Airport (CNF – Belo Horizonte), Aeris (SJO – Costa Rica), Quiport (UIO – Quito) and Chairman of Curaçao Airport Partners (CUR). Mr. Camargo joined CCR Group in 2000, and prior to his current activity he occupied a number of positions in the Group, such as CEO of CCR ViaOeste and CCR RodoAnel, two major toll road concessions in the State of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Director of CCR USA (Miami office), Business Development Manager, Investor Relations and Treasurer. Before joining CCR he worked as a Consultant for Arthur Andersen, and as a Financial Analyst at Camargo Correa. Education: Industrial Engineer – FEI – São Paulo, Brazil, 1997 MBA – IBMEC – São Paulo, Brazil, 2001 Eduardo Sanovicz Eduardo Sanovicz is the president of ABEAR, a Ph.D. and Professor of the Tourism Program at the School of Arts, Sciences and Humanities at USP (University of São Paulo). He also acted as a senior consultant for programs and actions in the field of Marketing and Tourism. He graduated in History and has a Master’s and Doctoral degree in Communication Sciences rom the University of São Paulo. Between 2007 and 2010, he was a Director at Reed Exhibitions Alcantara Machado. Between 2001 and 2007, he was a Vice President at the ICCA – International Congress & Convention Association. From January 2003 to August 2006, he was the President of Embratur and was responsible for the implementation of Plano Aquarela and for the creation of the Brazil Brand. From January 2001 to January 2003, he was the President of Anhembi Turismo e Eventos in the City of São Paulo and, from April 1997 to December 2000, Chief Operating Officer at São Paulo Convention & Visitors Bureau. He was the Director of Tourism for the Municipality of Santos, from 1993 to 1996. Fabiana Todesco Soon. Flávio Pires Soon. Gilson Lima Feitosa Meteorologist, Electrical Engineer, 40 years of experience, director of Hobeco Sudamericana, founded in 1982, Rio de Janeiro. Specializations on France, Germany, Finland and Brazil, since 1980. Gustavo Henric Costa Soon. Jorge Arruda Mr. Arruda joined Corporacion America group in 2014 and currently serves as Head of Finance and M&A and CEO of Inframerica Brazil. Mr. Arruda has more than 20 years of investment banking experience, most recently at Nomura serving as CEO and Head of Investment Banking Brazil. Marcelo Arraes Soon. Mauricio Endo Soon. Randall Sáenz Agüero Soon. Renato Sucupira Bachelor of Civil Engineering/UFRJ and an MBA in Corporate Finance/FGV-RJ. Renato worked at BNDES between 1986-2004, acting mainly as Director of BNDES-EXIM. Over the past ten years he has led an independent financial advisory company, structuring operations surpassing R$13,5 billion in project financing. Ricardo Catanant Lawyer, public servant, Head of Air Services Department at National Civil Aviation Agency – ANAC. Previous experience as legal advisor at Infraero and at Superior Court of Justice, and as Head of Economic Regulation Department. Member of the Air Transport Regulation Panel at ICAO. Ricardo Miguel Master in Air Transport and Airports, Bachelor of Aeronautical Sciences, Bachelor of Legal Sciences, Professor of Aerospace Law, Airline Pilot, Aviation Accident Investigation Specialist, Member of the Advisory Board of ANAC and CEO of ABESATA. Ricardo Sérgio Maia Bezerra Ricardo Sérgio Maia Bezerra Holds an undergraduate degree in Law and another in Business. He holds a post-graduation degree in Civil Aviation Management from the University of Brasília – UNB. He worked as a legal advisor for the “Getulio Vargas Foundation”- FGV, Brazil. He was also a legal advisor for the Brazilian Airports Infrastructure Company – INFRAERO, at the Legal Department and Airport Security Bureau. He worked as board advisor for the Brazilian National Supply Company – CONAB. At the corporate level, he worked as the financial/managing director of BBC computing and of Emplan engeneering. He also held positions at Novacap (Brasilia’s government real state company), Sondotécnica (a building company), and Senac (National Training Institution for Commerce Workers). Since 2010 he is Director at ANAC – Brazilian Civil Aviation National Agency – since July 28, 2010, in your second mandate. Rodrigo Santana Soon. Ronei Saggioro Glanzmann Ronei Saggioro Glanzmann, 39 years, is an economist graduated at the Juiz de Fora Federal University. He holds an MBA in Capital Markets from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV) and a specialization on welfare economics from the University of Pablo de Olavide, in Seville, Spain. He has been an analyst of the Central Bank of Brazil since 2003. Between 2006 and 2011 he worked at the Brazilian National Civil Aviation Agency as the head of the unit responsible for Statistics and Market monitoring and represented Brazil in ICAO’s Statistics Panel, in Montreal, Canada. At the National Secretariat of Civil Aviation, he was the Director of Grants and Estate during six years (2011/2017) and currently occupies the position of Director on the Regulatory Policy Department. Between 2012 and 2016 Mr. Glanzmann was the Vice-President of the Brasilia Airport Administrative Board and recently became a member of the Senate Commission responsible for the review of the Brazilian Aeronautical Code (CBA). Sérgio Martins Graduated in Electrical Engineering with MBA in Marketing, Business Administration and Foreign Trade. Air Traffic Controller, graduated by the Brazilian Air Navigation Service Provider (DECEA) having served for ten years at the Rio de Janeiro´s Approach Control (APP-RJ), followed by five years as Flight Operations Engineer at Varig Airlines After leading Data Link Service service implementation in Latin America as SITA´s Air/Ground Communications Manager, Sergio has led its own Data Link Training & Consulting company – LinkSMART, with services provided worldwide, between 2008 and 2011. After three years at Indra, as Airport and ATM Director for Brazil, Sergio joined Saab at November 2014 as Director, Air Traffic Management – Latin America Thiago Meirelles Soon. Thierry Besse “Soon”. Thomaz Assumpção Engineer with courses in Glasgow Bioengineering, University Strathclide and university extension in Marketing at University of California. Founder and CEO of the Urban Systems Brazil. Urban logic consultant of Research on Technology of Architecture and Urbanism, University of São Paulo (USP-NUTAU). Tiago Sousa Pereira Economist and MSc at the University of Brasilia, attending doctorate. Head of Department of Economic Regulation of Airports of ANAC since Sep/2017, and acted previously as Special Advisor to the Presidency and Head of Department of Institutional Planning. Also worked for Central Bank and Ministry of Planning. Vanderlan Frank Carvalho Soon.