Flavio Maluf says that Brexit may have some serious ramifications for Brazil’s economy. Flavio Maluf is a man would definitely know about this sort of thing. He currently serves as the president of Eucatex, a very influential Brazilian company primarily concerned with environmentally sound furniture and construction. His family owns and runs Eucatex, but he spent some time working for other businesses. He started out working for Eucatex in 1987. Then he left to attend and graduate from Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado Foundation in Sao Paulo.
Then he attended and graduated from the New York University with a degree in administration. He afterwards worked in various business positions, before joining the executive team of Eucatex in 1996. In addition to being the current president of Eucatex, he also serves as president of Grandfood Group. In 2010, he was instrumental in the opening of a new Eucatex plant at Salto in Sao Paulo to match its factory in Botucatu. Flavio Maluf is also highly involved in charity donations and work. Eucatex has been going strong when it was founded in 1951 as the first Brazilian company to utilize eucalyptus in the production of tiles and ceiling panels.
It remains absolutely dedicated to environmentalism. Its Environmental Education Program seeks to help students and groups involved in conservation. Flavio Maluf has been so successful leading Eucatex ever upward that experts estimate that he will profit the company by around R$ 10.7 million by 2014. By that time, the Eucatex market is estimated to have risen by 30%. And Flavio Maluf is not the only good leader at Eucatex. It has been blessed with many. That gives him more time to provide brilliant advice columns, or to comment on major mergers like the recent Jaden corp acquisition.