On Tuesday (12), the Senate plenary session confirmed the appointment of two names to the board of the Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM): Daniel Walter Maeda Bernardo and Maria Palma Copola de Carvalho. Nomination of Daniel Bernardo (MSF 90/2023) was adopted with 56 votes in favor, two votes against and three abstentions. Nomination of Marina Copola (MSF 91/2023) received 58 votes in favor, only 1 vote against and 1 abstention. Previously, the candidates had already been approved during a hearing at the Committee on Economic Affairs (CAE).

Daniel Walter Maeda Bernardo, nominated by CAE Senator Otto Alencar (PSD-BA), graduated in engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ) in 2000 and shortly thereafter obtained a master's degree in law from the University of Estácio de Sá (Unesa ). Since 2016, he has been a member of CVM as superintendent of supervision over institutional investors. The nominee joined the committee in 2005, starting as an analyst. In the years 2009-2014 he was the manager for Records and Authorizations at the agency, and from 2014 to 2016 he took over the Market Structure and Electronic Systems Management Department.

Marina Palma Copola de Carvalho was born in Campinas (SP) in 1984. She was nominated by Senator Tereza Cristina (PP-MS). Marina Copola graduated in law in 2007 from the University of São Paulo (USP), where she also obtained a master's degree in commercial law in 2013. Currently, in addition to being a partner in a law firm, he is a professor at the Instituto de Ensino i Research (Insper). In the years 2009-2011, the nominee worked at CVM as a technical advisor on the organization's management board. Since 2020, Marina Palma Copola de Carvalho is a member of the Self-Regulatory Council and the Market Supervision and Monitoring Committee of the Brazilian Energy Trading Meter (BBCE).

Agência Senado (reproduction authorized based on the quote from Agência Senado)



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