247 – The Americanas Parliamentary Investigation Committee (CPI) on Tuesday (30) approved a set of requirements that will serve as the basis for the college’s start-up. Before the parliamentarians, the writer Lauro Jardim, of Earth.
Among the first names to be heard are Miguel Gutierrez, who has served as president of Americana for the past two decades, Fernando Alves Filho, partner at PwC Brasil, and Carlos Munhoz, of KPMG. These audit firms worked on the company’s budgets from 2014 to 2022, while the company racked up losses that led to its judicial recovery in January.
The removal of the offices of Zveiter and Preserva-Ação, which served as administrators of the judicial reorganization, as well as the head of the Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM), João Pedro Nascimento, was also approved.
All people were invited and not called. An invitation made by a CPI can be declined, unlike a summons, which is mandatory. In other words, if Gutierrez, who is the most prominent figure in this first group, chooses to ignore the call, CPI will not be able to take any compulsory action.
In addition, they monitor audiences with banks, such as Bradesco, Santander, Itaú, Caixa, Safra, BB, BTG Pactual and Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, as well as many suppliers, such as Britânia, Eletrolux and publishers Rocco and Schwarcz, among others. . In addition, hearings will be held with investment entity regulators and accountants.
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