The Board of Directors is a collegiate deliberation body responsible for the superior guidance of the Company and shall be composed of at least three (3) and at most eleven (11) effective members, elected and dismissed at any time by the General Meeting, all with a unified term of office of two (2) years from the date of the election, extending until the successors have been re-elected.
The Board of Directors shall meet ordinarily on a quarterly basis, on a date previously established in an annual calendar defined by the Board and, extraordinarily, whenever necessary in the interests of the Company, preferably at the Company’s headquarters.
Members of CESP´s board are elected by the Company´s shareholders in a general meeting.
|Fabio Rogerio Zanfelice||Chairman of the Board of Directors|
|Raul Almeida Cadena||Vice-Chairman of the Board of Directors|
|Ricardo Szlejf||Board of Directors|
|Mauro Eduardo Guizeline||Board of Directors|
|Frederico Ferreira Sarmento||Board of Directors|
|Iara Pasian||Independent Board Member|
|Felipe Dutra Cançado||Independent Board Member|
|Paulo Sérgio Cordeiro Novais||Board of Directors (employee representative)|
The Executive Board will be comprised of at least 2 (two) and at most 6 (six) members, being a Chief Executive Officer, a Chief Financial Officer, an Investor Relations Officer and the others without specific designation, and the position of Investor Relations Officer may be combined with the position of Chief Executive Officer or Chief Financial Officer, with the respective attributions set by the Board of Directors and specified in the bylaws, when not specified herein, all with a mandate. Unified 2 (two) years.
|Mario Antonio Bertoncini||Chief Executive Officer and Investor Relations Officer|
|Marcelo Antonio de Jesus||Chief Financial Officer|
|Carlos Alberto Dias Costa||Generation Director|
CESP has a permanent fiscal council, consisting of five full members and an equal number of alternates, elected at a General Meeting for a term of one year. One of the members of its fiscal council and its alternate are elected by the holders of minority common shares and another by the holders of preferred shares.
The primary responsibility of the supervisory board, an independent body not related to the independent auditors appointed by the board of directors, is to review its financial statements and advise shareholders on its content.
The fiscal council also reports to shareholders on matters related to its budget, changes in its capitalization, dividend distribution and corporate reorganizations. The fiscal council is responsible for overseeing management activities and for keeping shareholders informed of their findings.
|Guilhermo Oscar Braunbeck||Effective|
|Heraldo Gilberto de Oliveira||Effective|
|Paulo Roberto Franceschi||Effective|
The Audit Committee is a technical organ of permanent assistance to the Board of Directors, in addition to those competencies attributed by Law, under the terms defined in internal regulations.
The Committee shall be comprised of at least three (3) and at most five (5) members, most of whom are independent, elected and dismissed by the Board of Directors, without a fixed term of office, at least one (1) of the Committee have recognized experience in matters of corporate accounting.
The Committee will be coordinated by an independent Board Member. In order to be a member of the Committee, the minimum conditions established by law, in particular paragraph 1 of article 25 of Federal Law 13303/2016, must be observed.
|Mauro Eduardo Guizeline||Effective Member|
|José Ecio Pereira da Costa Junior||Effective Member|