|Abílio dos Santos Diniz||Chairman and Independent Member|
|Sérgio Ricardo Silva Rosa||Vice-Chairman and Independent Member|
|Carlos Fernando Costa||Member|
|Eduardo Silveira Mufarej||Independent member|
|Vicente Falconi Campos||Independent member|
|José Carlos Reis de Magalhães Neto||Independent member|
|Luis Carlos Fernandes Afonso||Member|
|Luiz Fernando Furlan||Independent member|
|Manoel Cordeiro Silva Filho||Independent member|
|Walter Fontana Filho||Independent member|
|Paulo Assunção de Sousa||Member|
Abílio dos Santos Diniz (Chairman): Chairman of the board of directors. Mr. Diniz graduated in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. He is currently President of Peninsula Holdings, his family’s investment holding company. In addition to serving as chairman of the board of directors of BRF, Mr. Diniz is also a member of the Brazilian government’s Board of Policy and Management, Performance and Competitiveness. Mr. Diniz was, alongside his father, responsible for the founding and development of Grupo Pão de Açúcar, of which he was president of the board of directors until September 2013.
Sergio Ricardo Silva Rosa (Vice-Chairman): Journalist graduated from the School of Communication and Arts at USP. Mr. Sergio chaired the Board of Directors of Companhia Vale SA between 2003 and 2010. In the same period, President of Valepar SA Litel and also held the Presidency of 521 Holdings, and was a member of the Board of Directors of Brazil Telecom SA was Investment Director of ABRAPP; member of the Economic and Social Development (CDES); Founder and Member of the Board of PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment Program, established by the UN). He served as Director of the Bank Employees Union, President of the National Confederation of Bank Treasury and Latin American Confederation of Bank Employees. Held mandate Alderman in the city of São Paulo between 1994 and 1996. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of America Latina Logistica S.A. (Independent member)
Carlos Fernando Costa: Graduated in Math, with specialization in Financial Management from the Methodist University of São Paulo and Administration from the University Iberoamericana, Mr. Carlos is CFO and Investment and Executive Manager Investment Planning and Market Operations of Petrobras Social Security Foundation - Petros. Has participation in various committees of Petros, and Coordinator of the Technical Committee of the National Investment Abrapp. Mr. Carlos also has great experience in the Board of Directors.
Eduardo Silveira Mufarej: Mr. Eduardo Silveira Mufarej is a founding partner and CEO of Tarpon. He is currently a member of the Board of Director of BRF S.A. and serves as the Chairman of the Board of Omega Energia Renovável S.A. and served the Board of Arezzo & Co from 2007 to 2013. Prior to joining Tarpon, Eduardo was responsible for the M&A activities of HSBC in Brazil, an associate at Banque CCF and an analyst at Citigroup’s capital markets division. Eduardo majored in Business Administration at Pontifícia Universidade Católica (PUC), in São Paulo. He is also the Chairman of the Board of Confederação Brasileira de Rugby (Brazilian Rugby Union).
Vicente Falconi Campos: Mr. Falconi Campos is Chairman of the Board of Directors and founder of FALCONI - Consultores de Resultados, Brazil’s largest management consulting firm. He is advisor of the Brazilian Federal Government and several State and Municipal Governments, in addition to advice some of the major Brazilian companies, such as AMBEV, Gerdau Group, VALE, AMIL (United Health), PETROBRAS and B2W. Mr. Campos obtained a bachelor’s degree in engineering in 1963 from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG) and has M.Sc. and Ph. D. degrees in engineering from Colorado School of Mines, USA. He is Professor Emeritus of UFMG. He was granted the Medalha da Ordem do Rio Branco (Rio Branco’s Medal of Order) for services to the nation. He was considered one of the “21 voices of the XXI Century,” according to the American Society for Quality Control.
José Carlos Reis de Magalhães: He graduated in Business Administration from Fundação Getúlio Vargas. He is founder and Chairman Board of Tarpon. Moreover, José Carlos serves on the Board of BRF and Acqua Cia. He is also director of investments in subsidiary Tarpon Management Resources SA Previously, José Carlos was a portfolio manager at Equity Bank / Salomon Brothers, he worked as an associate at JP Morgan / Chase and as an analyst at GP Investments. (Independent member)
Luis Carlos Fernandes Afonso: Economist, graduated from PUC São Paulo and Post Graduate in Industrial Economics from the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul. Were the President and Chief Investment Officer of Petrobras Social Security Foundation - PETROS, in the period 2008-2013 is currently Advisor Directors of companies in BRF SA and TOTVS S.A. Were Board Member of companies ROMI SA, Iguatemi SA, Telemar SA. Were Secretary of Finance of the City of São Paulo, Campinas and Santo André. Undergraduate and Graduate professor of several institutions. He is currently licensed as FACAMP Teacher.
Luiz Fernando Furlan: Graduated in Chemical Engineering and Business Administration, with specialization in Financial Management. He was Minister for Development, Industry and Foreign Trade in the federal government from 2003 to 2007. At Sadia, he was Chairman of the Board of Directors from 1993 to 2002, having previously held the position of Investor Relations Officer, Executive Vice President and Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors. In 2008, he resumed his post as Chairman of the Board of Sadia until 2009, when he was elected Co-Chairman of the Board of Directors of BRF S.A. from 2009 to 2011. He currently sits on the boards of Telefônica S.A. (Spain),Telefonica-Vivo S/A (Brazil), AGCO (US), Amil (Brazil) as well as being a member of the Global Advisory Board of Panasonic (Japan) and the International Advisory Board of Walmart (US).
Manoel Cordeiro Silva Filho: He is a graduate in Business Administration and has a postgraduate degree in Economic Engineering and an MBA in Finance. He was Investment and Finance Director at Fundação Vale do Rio Doce de Seguridade Social-VALIA (Vale pension fund) and Coordinator of the National Investments Committee -ABRAPP. He is a member of the Board of Directors of BRF S.A. (Independent member)p>
Walter Fontana Filho: Economist, with a post graduation degree in Economics with specialization in Marketing Administration from the FGV. Member of the Board of Directors of the newspaper ‘O Estado de São Paulo’ since 1999, Member of the Board of Directors of ALGAR - Algar S.A. Empreendimentos e Participações since 2005, Member of the Board of Directors of WTorre Empreendimentos Imobiliários S.A. since 2007. He was Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Sadia S.A.
Paulo Assunção de Sousa: Bachelor of Law from the University of São Paulo. Former President of Brasilcap-Cap SA and Former Director of the Syndicate of Sao Paulo Bank, Mr. Paul has great experience in Boards of Directors in several companies, including Usiminas.
|Attilio Guaspari||Independent Member|
|Susana Hanna Stiphan Jabra||Independent Member|
|Décio Magno Andrade Stochiero||Member|
Attilio Guaspari: An Engineer with a Master’s Degree in Management Sciences. He was Supervisor of the Financial Area and Head of the Audit Department of the National Social and Economic Development Bank - BNDES, as well as Financial-Administrative Director of Embrafilme. Since 1986, he has sat on various boards of directors such as Brasil Ferrovias S.A., FAPES, Indústrias Verolme-Ishibrás and Projeto Jarí. Currently, he is a member of the Fiscal Council of BRF and the Audit Committee of the BNDES. (Financial specialist and Independent member)
Susana Hanna Stiphan Jabra: Economist from FEA- USP and an MBA in Finance from INSPER, with specialization in Financial Management. Has worked for over 30 years in large and medium-sized businesses, participating in important operations carried out in the capital market. Served as an economist at Banco Itaú SA, Manager of Planning and Control Agency in the State Ltda., Executive Manager of Equity and a member of the Social Responsibility Committee at the Petrobras Social Security Foundation - PETROS, CFO and Investor Relations at TSL Ambiental SA, among others. Was a member of the Board of Directors of CPFL Energia, the Companhia Paulista de Força e Luz, the Company Piratininga Light and Power Generation and CPFL Energy SA, Telenorte Celular Participações, of Bonaire Participações SA , Fras - Le SA , among others. Was a member of the Supervisory Board and the Audit Committee of CPFL Energia , a member of the Supervisory Board of Universo Online SA, FERBASA and substitute in Banco Itau Unibanco Holding SA is currently a member of the Supervisory Board of BRF, JSL Logistics and CSU Cardsystem SA. Board Member and Audit Committee certified by the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance. (independent member)
Décio Magno Andrade Stochiero: Majored in Business Administrator and MBA in Rating Asset Investment Portfolios and the University of Sao Paulo. Mr. Decio has a long career in Sistel. He is currently Manager Código de of Corporate Planning and Control, on the Board of Directors of the Bonaire Participações SA and is a member of the National Technical Committee on Governance ABRAPP and is certified by the Tax Advisor Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance - IBGC.
|Sergio Ricardo Silva Rosa||Coordinator|
|Walter Fontana Filho||Member|
|Fernando Dall‘Acqua*||Independent External Member|
* Financial Expert
Sergio Ricardo Silva Rosa: Journalist graduated from the School of Communication and Arts at USP. Mr. Sergio chaired the Board of Directors of Companhia Vale SA between 2003 and 2010. In the same period, President of Valepar SA Litel and also held the Presidency of 521 Holdings, and was a member of the Board of Directors of Brazil Telecom SA was Investment Director of ABRAPP; member of the Economic and Social Development (CDES); Founder and Member of the Board of PRI (Principles for Responsible Investment Program, established by the UN). He served as Director of the Bank Employees Union, President of the National Confederation of Bank Treasury and Latin American Confederation of Bank Employees. Held mandate Alderman in the city of São Paulo between 1994 and 1996. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors of America Latina Logistica S.A. (Independent member).
Walter Fontana Filho: Economist, with a post graduation degree in Economics with specialization in Marketing Administration from the FGV. Member of the Board of Directors of the newspaper ‘O Estado de São Paulo’ since 1999, Member of the Board of Directors of ALGAR - Algar S.A. Empreendimentos e Participações since 2005, Member of the Board of Directors of WTorre Empreendimentos Imobiliários S.A. since 2007. He was Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Sadia S.A..
Fernando Maida Dall‘Acqua: Agronomist with a Masters in Business Administration from FGV, Doctor in Economic Development from University of Wisconsin - Madison, USA, and "Full Professor" in Business Administration from FGV. He is chairman of the fiscal council/audit committee of Grupo Pão de Açúcar and member of fiscal council of Via Varejo, member of the Board of Directors, Chairman of the audit committee of ISA - CTEEP (Transmission Paulista de Energia) and coordinator of the audit committee at O Estado de Sao Paulo newspaper. He was president of the Bank of the People and Secretary of Finance of the State Government of São Paulo as well as acting as a member of the Board of Privatization of the State of Sao Paulo participating in the privatization process of Eletropaulo, CESP, Comgás, Banespa Highway Concessions and Public and Private partnerships in Metro. He served for four years as director of the Center for Investment Project for Latin America and the Caribbean IICA/OAS and alternate advisor to the Council for Economic and Social Development of the Presidency of the Republic of Brazil.
|Sérgio Carvalho Mandin Fonseca||CEO Brazil|
|Pedro de Andrade Faria||CEO International|
|Augusto Ribeiro Jr||Vice President - Finance and Investor Relations|
|Ely David Mizrahi||Vice President - Food Services|
|Gilberto Antonio Orsato||Vice President - Human Resourses|
|Helio Rubens||Vice President - Supply Chain Planning|
|Sylvia Leão||Vice President - Marketing and Innovation|
Claudio Eugenio Stiller Galeazzi: Mr. Claudio Eugenio Stiller Galeazzi is currently the CEO of BRF S.A. and Board Member of Banco BTG Pactual. Prior to that he held positions in the management of several companies, including Managing Director of both Brazilian and Argentine subsidiaries of Drew Chemical Corp., President of Cesbra and John Sommers (a joint venture between British Petroleum and Brascan) and Vice President of British Petroleum Mining in Brazil. He also worked as CEO of Artex, Mococa, Vila Romana, Cecrisa, Lojas Americanas and CDB - Grupo Pao de Açucar and as Chairman of the Board of SESI (National Council of Social Service for Industry), Director of FIESP (Federation of Industries of the State of Sao Paulo), Board Member of IEL (Euvaldo Lodi Institute), Vice-President of ANFAC (National Association of Factoring) and Director of MAM SP (Museum of Modern Art of Sao Paulo).
Ely David Mizrahi: Degree in business and post degree in Marketing and Business Management. Charter member of Miss Daisy, Marketing Manager, National Manager and Director of Food Services Business Unit. Actually is the Food Service Vice President.
Gilberto Antonio Orsato: Business Administrator post graduated in Business Management and with an MBA in Management. He works at BRF since 1980, as Industrial and Slaughter Supervisor, Frigorific Production Manager and Associate Director. He is currently Human Resources Vice President at BRF S.A.
Hélio Rubens Mendes dos Santos Junior: Graduated in Chemical and Food Engineering from the Universidade Federal de Rio Grande (FURG) with specialization in business administration from FGV-SP and UNICAMP. He began his career at Sadia in 1988 and gained experience in the areas of production, engineering, industrial excellence, R&D and integrated planning. In 2007, he assumed the R&D and Engineering Department and since 2009, he has headed the Industrial Operations Department. Currently he is the Supply Chain Planning Vice President of BRF S.A.
Pedro de Andrade Faria: He is a graduate in Business Administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas in São Paulo, and an MBA from the University of Chicago. He was member of the Board of Directors of the Company from April 2011 to November 2013, when was appointed to the position of CEO - International. Mr. Faria was a member of the Board of Directors of Tarpon Investimentos S.A. and also served as President and Director of Investor Relations for this company. In addition, he was also member of the board of the following companies: Cremer SA, Omega Renewable Energy SA, AGV Holding SA, Rosa Morena Indústria e Comércio S.A., Cia Acqua Indústria e Comércio S.A, and Arezzo. Mr. Faria was CFO / IR of Brasilagro since its inception until February 2007, served also as associate director of Pátria Investimentos, responsible for monitoring private equity portfolio, and worked at Chase Manhattan Bank and Equity / Salomon Brothers.
Augusto Ribeiro Jr.: Graduated in Mechanical Engineering from the Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina (UFSC), where he also completed a Master’s degree in the same discipline. He has a postgraduate qualification in Corporate Finances from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, a Master’s degree from the University of Pittsburgh, in Management and concluded a financial specialization course at the Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania. He worked for Basf as Manager for Financial Control, South America and for Kraft where he also acted in the area of planning and financial control. This was followed by 11 years at Unilever where he held positions in various areas from manufacturing, corporate audit to business control. He has been with BRF since 2008 when he joined as financial controller. During the merger process, he worked actively in the planning, coordination and administration of processes with a view to integrating best practices for the consolidation of BRF. As the company’s director for Planning and Control, he was responsible for planning, coordinating and managing the area which is responsible for corporate and tax issues, IFRS, SOX budgetary planning, analysis of investments, joint ventures among other activities.
Sérgio Carvalho Mandin Fonseca:Mr Fonseca is Brazilian, married, a graduate in Production Engineering from the Escola Politécnica of the Universidade de São Paulo and a postgraduate in Strategic Marketing and Sales Administration and Strategic Sales Management from the University of California-Berkeley and the FDC / INSEAD Advanced Management Program (PGA/AMP), France. Since 2009, he has worked as a Consultant at Sérgio Fonseca Consultancy. He was Vice President for the Domestic Market at Sadia S.A. from 2003 to 2008; at Grupo Martins from 1987 to 2003 he held positions as Director-General for the Food Retail Business Unit; Domestic Sales Director; Director-General of Indust. e Com. de Pregos Metalgrampo; Corporate Director for Planning in addition to periods at Tita Empreendimentos Imobiliários Ltda, Companhia de Cigarros Souza Cruz S.A. and Metalúrgica La Fonte S.A. Sérgio was also a director of Minerva Foods; Excelsior Alimentos; Member of the Executive Board of the Uberlândia Industrial and Commercial Association and Apprimus.
Sylvia Leão: A graduate in Communication with an MBA in Business Management from Coppead, UFRJ, she began her career in retail at Mesbla (Department Store). She has worked in the Pão de Açúcar Group in the Operations and Commercial areas and was also Vice President for Human Resources. Latterly, she held the position of Commercial and Marketing Director of Wal Mart. She has worked in the retail sector for 25 years. Currently she is the Marketing and Innovation Vice President of BRF S.A.
The Board of Directors Meeting approved, on November 29, 2013, the indication of the regular members that compose the Board of Directors Advisors Committees, composed as follows:
|Strategy and Markets Committee||José Carlos Reis Magalhães Neto*, Walter Fontana Filho, Eduardo Silveira Mufarej, Manoel Cordeiro Silva Filho.
|Finance and Risks Policy Committee||Manoel Cordeiro Silva Filho*, Sérgio Ricardo Silva Rosa, Luis Carlos Fernandes Afonso.
|People, Organization and Culture Committee||Walter Fontana Filho*, Paulo Assunção de Sousa, José Carlos Reis Magalhães Neto, Vicente Falconi Campos.
|Governance and Sustainability Committee||Sérgio Ricardo Silva Rosa, Luiz Fernando Furlan*, Carlos Fernando Costa.