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Bernardo Gouthier Macedo

Bernardo Gouthier Macedo

Doctor of Economics, Unicamp. Formerly a special advisor to the Ministry of Finance (2003), a member of the Board of Directors of Banco do Brasil (2007-2015), of Caixa Econômica Federal (2003-2004), of BESC (2003) and of BDMG (2015), IBGC-certified.

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Bernardo Gouthier Macedo

Doctor of Economics, Unicamp. Formerly a special advisor to the Ministry of Finance (2003), a member of the Board of Directors of Banco do Brasil (2007-2015), of Caixa Econômica Federal (2003-2004), of BESC (2003) and of BDMG (2015), IBGC-certified. Listed in the International Who's Who of Competition Lawyers and Economists since 2012 and Non-Governmental Advisor to the International Competition Network since 2011. Was the economist in charge of the Global Competition Review’s Merger Matter of Year – Americas (2015) winning paper. Lecturer of the Continued Education Program of GVlaw-FGV.


Carlos Urso Júnior

Carlos Urso Júnior

Graduate degree, FEA/USP, with more than 20 years’ experience monitoring and analyzing the economic scenario. Active in staff management and the macroeconomics portfolio at LCA. Formerly with the Public Sector Economics Institute (“Instituto de Economia do Setor Público” – IESP/Fundap).

Carlos Urso Júnior

Celso Toledo

Celso Toledo

Technical Macroeconomics Director. Doctor of Economics, FEA/USP, Master of Economics, FGV/EESP, specialization degree, University of Texas at Austin. Former editorialist at newspaper Folha de S.Paulo and a practicing consultant since 1988 (initially at MB Associados). Former managing partner at MCM.

Celso Toledo

Cláudia Viegas

Cláudia Viegas

PhD in economics from the University of São Paulo (USP). Former Deputy Secretary at the Ministry of Finance’s Economic Surveillance Department (SEAE/MF), with economic regulation and antitrust experience in several sectors. Lecturer in graduate studies at FGV and FIPE/USP.

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Cláudia Viegas

Graduated in economics from the University of São Paulo’s School of Economics & Administration (FEA-USP). Master’s and PhD from the same institution. Head of Economic Regulation and Public Policy at LCA, with over 15 years of experience in economic consulting. Former undersecretary at the Ministry of Finance’s Economic Surveillance Department (SEAE), focusing on antitrust and economic regulation in several segments, especially telecommunications and media, health (member of Pharmaceutical Price Regulation Board, CMED), and energy. Former lecturer in the GVLaw Continuing Education Program at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and graduate courses at FGV’s São Paulo School of Economics (EESP). Professor of graduate studies at the University of São Paulo’s Institute of Economic Research (FIPE/USP) since 2008.

Cristian Andrei

Cristian Andrei

Graduated in economics from the University of São Paulo (USP), graduate studies at the University of Campinas (Unicamp). More than 20 years of experience in consulting. Has led teams and projects in all of LCA’s practice areas.

Cristian Andrei

Fernando Camargo

Fernando Camargo

Specialist in infrastructure with ample expertise in energy, sanitation and logistics. Also experienced in financial structuring, project finance and M&A. Graduated in economics from the University of São Paulo (USP). Master’s from the University of Campinas (Unicamp). Twenty years of experience in consulting.

Fernando Camargo

Fernando Sampaio

Fernando Sampaio

Post-graduate degree, Unicamp, and graduate degree, FEA/USP. Has 25 years’ experience as a consultant. Former editorialist at newspaper Folha de S.Paulo; former feature writer at newspapers Jornal do Brasil and Gazeta Mercantil; former professor at FAAP and FESPSP; former researcher at Cebrap and Fundap.

Fernando Sampaio

Gustavo Madi Rezende

Gustavo Madi Rezende

Master’s in economic theory from the University of Campinas’s Economics Institute (IE-UNICAMP). Graduated in economics from the University of São Paulo’s School of Economics & Administration (FEA-USP). Head of Taxation and Commercial Defense at LCA, with over 15 years of experience in economic consulting.

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Gustavo Madi Rezende

Master’s in economic theory from the University of Campinas’s Economics Institute (IE-UNICAMP). Graduated in economics from the University of São Paulo’s School of Economics & Administration (FEA-USP). Head of Taxation and Commercial Defense at LCA, with over 15 years of experience in economic consulting. Also active in economic litigation, having served as an arbitration expert, and in antitrust. Listed by Global Competition Review in the 2017 edition of Who’s Who Legal’s Future Leaders. Former coordinator and lecturer in a course on microeconomics applied to antitrust for lawyers offered by the Brazilian Institute of Competition, Consumer & International Trade Studies (IBRAC) and Universidade Mackenzie in 2012 and 2015, and former lecturer in the GVLaw Continuing Education Program at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV).


José Luiz Chabassus Maia

José Luiz Chabassus Maia

Master's in economic development from UNICAMP, BSc in economics from PUC-SP. More than 12 years experience in consulting, having worked in the nondurable consumer goods industry for 12 years.

José Luiz Chabassus Maia

Silvia Fagá

Silvia Fagá

PhD in Economics (FGV-SP), former visiting scholar at Columbia University-NY. Silvia was a member of EESP-FGV’s and FIPE’s Economics faculty. Listed since 2015 in the GCR Who’s Who Legal: Competition. Director at IBRAC (2016/19).

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Silvia Fagá

Graduated in economics from FEA-USP and PhD in Economics, FGV-SP honored with first place in the 2009 SEAE Award by the Ministry of Finance’s Economic Surveillance Department. Former visiting scholar at Columbia University-NY. Silvia was a member of EESP-FGV’s and FIPE’s Economics faculty. Former lecturer in the Continuing Education Program at GVlaw (FGV). Listed since 2015 in the Global Competition Review’s Who’s Who Legal as an internationally noteworthy economist for competition-related matters. She is an officer at the Brazilian Institute of Competition, Consumer and International Trade Studies (IBRAC), in charge of Economic Issues (2016/19).





  • Alexandros Petridis

    Bachelor of Economics, Insper. Active in the Corporate Investment and Finance area. Formerly with Apsis Consultoria as a trainee and junior consultant, where he audited and contacted customers, and analyzed financial documentation and valuation reports.

  • Alian Damasceno Rodrigues

    Bachelor of Economics, UFABC, active in Law & Economics. Former Expert Administrative Agent at the São Caetano City Council and then Technical Inspection Assistant at the São Paulo State Audit Court, where some of his tasks included independent auditing of the Accounting and Contracts of entities under the Court’s jurisdiction and the construction of a municipal revenues forecasting model.

  • Ana Luisa Lisboa de Mello

    Economist at the Macroeconomic area. Graduate degree in economics, FEA/USP, and Master of Economics candidate, FGV-SP. Served as analyst in the public-sector and financial institutions credit risk area at Citibank and as an intern at the Trade Finance Sales area of Deutsche Bank, helping with daily product quotes and visiting customers to gain awareness of their industries and sectors. Participant in the exchange program with the Freiburg University.

  • Anna Olimpia de Moura Leite

    Master’s and bachelor’s degrees in economics from the University of São Paulo’s School of Economics & Administration (FEA-USP). Specialist in antitrust and public policy in competition economics. Former technical advisor to the mayor of São Paulo and economic advisor in the City of São Paulo Department of Finance & Economic Development (2013-14).

  • Antonio Pedro Rima de Oliveira Faria

    Master of laws, FGV. Active in Law & Economics. Interned at the Rezende e Guerra Advogados law firm and later worked as a researcher at Fundação Getúlio Vargas’s Global Commerce and Investment Studies Center, where he drafted legal reports on economic sectors, and scientific papers on Brazil’s access to the OECD and on Brazilian trade relations.

  • Bianca Villamarim de Oliveira

    Master of Applied Economics, UFJF. Active in Law & Economics. Interned at MRS Logística, where some of her tasks included customer service and analysis of financial and operational indicators. Subsequently served as Administrative Analyst at Sal Express, where some of her tasks included drafting and automating reports, visualizations and dashboards.

  • Bráulio Lima Borges

    Senior Economist at LCA’s Macroeconomics area, where he has been since 2004, and associate researcher at IBRE/FGV since 2015. Master of Economics, IPE/USP and graduate degree in Economics, FEA/USP. Won the National Treasury Award for his master’s dissertation in Public Finance. Formerly with the economics department at Telefónica and Post-Graduate Macroeconomics professor at GVLaw.

  • Bruno Imaizumi

    Bachelor of Economics and post-graduate student of Data Science at the Escola de Economia de São Paulo (EESP) FGV, and active in the Macroeconomics domain. Former intern at Banco Fibra, at the “Por quê? Economês em bom português” Webpage and at consultants A.C. Pastore & Associados. Currently a contributor to Grupo Globo’s Sports Statistics Spy, developing content, indicators and predictive models for Brazilian soccer.

  • Caio de Souza Pinto Paoliello

    Bachelor of Economics, Universidade de São Paulo. Active in Market Intelligence. Interned at the Economic Research Institute Foundation – FIPE, where he was responsible for preparing market surveys and organizing socioeconomic data. Also interned at FIESP, where he was responsible for organizing, maintaining and managing competitiveness databanks.

  • Carlos Joaquim

    Bachelor and Master of Economics, PUC-SP. Previously an economist at Cosan’s research area.

  • César Hideki Yamamoto

    Markets & Sectors economist. Graduated in economics from FEA/USP. Master’s from FGV. Previously with ACNielsen’s sales department.

  • Cintya Yeung

    Bachelor of Economics, Insper. Active in the Market Intelligence area. Formerly an intern with Mori Energia Solar, developing sales plans and campaigns, and with Somos Educação, serving as a consultant on project management, case analysis, and internal and external benchmarking.

  • Claudio Adilson Gonçalez

    Doctor of Economics, University of São Paulo – USP. More than 30 years’ experience in the public and private sectors and in Academia. Part of the Federal Government’s economy team in 1985-1990, having held important positions, such as Head Economic Advisor to the Ministry of Finance.

  • Cosmo Donato

    Bachelor of Economics, FEA/USP and Master of Economics candidate, FGV-EESP. Active in the Macroeconomics area. Specializes in the labor market and industry analysis, with additional experience in covering other situational indicators and market intelligence projects. Formerly an economist with M. Safra Money Managers.

  • Dario Alexandre Guerrero

    Senior project manager. Doctor of Economics, Economics, Administration and Accounting School of the University of São Paulo. Graduate Accounting student at FIPECAFI. Active in corporate finance, economic regulation and market intelligence.

  • Elias Celestino Cavalcante

    Master’s in economic theory and BSc in economics from the University of São Paulo (USP). Employed in LCA’s Market Intelligence practice. Former economic research intern at Banco Bradesco.

  • Fábio Romão Silveira

    Economist at the Macroeconomics area. Graduate and Master’s degrees, UNESP, with 17 years’ experience as an economic consultant. Specializes in inflation and the jobs market. Formerly a researcher with the Industrial Economics Studies Group (“Grupo de estudos em Economia Industrial” – GEEIN) and the Economic Situation and Studies Center (“Núcleo de Conjuntura e Estudos Econômicos” – NCEE), where he worked in partnership with SEBRAE-SP.

  • Fabio Xavier da Silveira Rosa

    Bachelor of Economics and Business Administration student at Insper. Active in Investment and Corporate Finance. Previous experience as economist in court and arbitration expert opinions, preparation of economic and financial reports, consultancy and advice on Economics, Finance and Management at Tarobá Engenharia e Negócios, also interned at Patagon Partners, in the Mergers & Acquisitions area, where he prepared InfoMemos, financial models and sectoral, economic and market studies.

  • Felipe Costa

    Master of Economics Candidate at Universidade de São Paulo – Ribeirão Preto. Interned at MCM until 2015, assisting customer service and research in the economy, credit and politics areas, and at FIPE, carrying out projects in the regional economy area.

  • Felipe Lopes

    PhD and MSc in Economics from São Paulo School of Economics (EESP-FGV) and bachelor’s in Economics from Insper, was a visiting scholar at Washington University in St. Louis in 2017. Assistant professor of Statistics, Econometrics and Time-Series Econometrics at Insper between 2013 and 2014, also served as assistant professor of Economic History at EESP-FGV in 2016.

  • Fernando Sakon

    Graduated in Economics from FEA / USP (2008). Specialist in regulation and public policies. Formerly an special advisor to the Minister of Education and Civil Cabinet of Presidency (2013-2016) and consultant at Ideias Consultoria developing macroeconomic research and analysis.

  • Fernando Silveira

    Economics undergraduate at the University of São Paulo’s School of Economics & Administration (FEA-USP), set to graduate in June 2018. Analyst in LCA’s Competition Economics practice since April 2017. Formerly with Itaú Unibanco, working on credit card operational planning (November 2015-May 2016).

  • Flavia Motta

    Master of Economics, London School of Economics and Political Science. Active in the Market Intelligence area. Formerly a research assistant with FIPE, monitoring Brazil’s accords and collective conventions, running statistical data analyses on wage adjustments, floor wages, profit-sharing, and more. Also formerly a Junior Economist with Berkana Patrimônio Brasil, where one of her functions included the performance of Macroeconomic analyses and the construction of domestic and international scenarios.

  • Flavia Ribeiro

    Graduated in economics from Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) and employed in LCA’s Market Intelligence practice. Former consultant in strategic planning and results-oriented management implementation projects for public institutions, state and city governments, and private enterprise. Team leader and technical head of applied economics product development for consultancy projects.

  • Francisco Pessoa Faria Júnior

    Macroeconomics and sectorial scenarios specialist. Graduate and Master’s degrees in Economics, FEA/USP, with 18 years’ experience as a consultant. Currently responsible for the development of special investigations into several areas, such as National Accounts, income, and inflation. Formerly a consultant with Ideias and technical area coordinator at Rosenberg e Associados.

  • Gabriel Takahashi

    Economics undergraduate at the University of São Paulo’s School of Economics & Administration (FEA-USP), set to graduate in December 2018. Analyst in LCA’s Competition Economics practice since April 2016, working on projects relating to antitrust, economic regulation and public policy. Formerly with Cinemark Brasil, working on financial planning (September 2015-April 2016).

  • Giovanna de Camillis Bignami Serafim

    Bachelor of Economics, Insper. Active in Market Intelligence. Former Fundraising Director of the Insper Students Association, an area that required communication and negotiation skills. Also formerly an economist at E2, carrying out macroeconomic index analyses, sectoral indices forecasting and analysis, and other tasks.

  • Guilherme Strifezzi Leal

    Master’s in economics from the University of São Paulo (USP). Currently employed in LCA’s Market Intelligence practice. Former exchange student in finance and economics at Harvard, trainee with Credit Suisse working on equity research (utilities), and lecturer in macroeconomics to master’s students at USP.

  • Gustavo Graf Villabruna

    Economics Student, Universidade Estadual de Campinas. Active in Law & Economics. Former Shopper & Consumer Insights intern at Nielsen, where he was responsible for assisting consumer and shopper service consultancy projects. Also formerly Communication Director at FEJESP, in charge of managing and executing the stakeholder communications strategy.

  • Henrique Ferreira dos Santos Vicente

    Bachelor of Economics, FEA-USP, and Master of International and Development Economics, Johns Hopkins University - SAIS. Also a Bachelor of International Relations, PUC-SP. Recent experience as a consultant with the World Bank, the ECLAC-UNO, and the Latin America department of the Albright Stonebridge Group. Formerly dedicated to political risk at Prospectiva Consultoria. Currently Senior Economist at LCA’s Law & Economics area.

  • Jessica de Araujo Silva Caieiro

    Bachelor of Economics, USP. Active in Law & Economics. Interned at the Brazil-Germany Chamber of Commerce and Manufacturing, where she ran negotiations with manufacturing executives. Also formerly a Corporate Pricing Analyst at CSU Cardsystem, providing support to sales areas, Investment Control for new operation implementations, and consolidating and analyzing the main financial indices.

  • João Carlos Nicolini de Morais

    Doctor of Economics, Universidade de Brasília. Active in Law & Economics. Former Coordinator of the economic studies department at antitrust authority CADE, where he coordinated a small team responsible for expert opinions in M&A-related cases. Former Economist at Ferres Economia. Became Advisor and then Special Manager for Public Accounting at the Goiás State Bureau of the Economy, where some of his activities included supervising and drafting tax-related reports such as the Tax Management Report and the Summary Budget Execution Report.

  • João Marchi

    Graduated in economics from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC-SP). Employed as an economist in LCA’s Competition Economics practice, focusing on economic regulation, antitrust and public policy. Former intern with Ultrapar (Grupo Ultra) working on corporate planning and investment (2016).

  • João Pedro Revoredo Pereira da Costa

    Bachelor of Economics, PUC, and Master of Economics Candidate, UFMG. Active in Law & Economics. Interned at Banco Votorantim, working with the private bank advisors team, preparing macroeconomic reports. Also did volunteer work, having been President of the UFRN’s Economics Students Association, tending to student demands and coordinating, planning and organizing lecture and courses.

  • Leandro Dias Daumas

    Post-graduate student of Data Science and Analytics, USP, and Master of Economics, UERJ. Active in Market Intelligence. Previously an Economic Research Technician at FGV, where some of his activities included targets control, data treatment, analysis, seasonal weighting and review for FGV Surveys. Also a former Information Analyst at UQBAR, preparing papers and reports, risk analyses, and carrying out additional tasks.

  • Leonardo de Castro Lima

    Bachelor of Economics and Master of Industrial and Technology Economics. Active in Law & Economics. Formerly a consultant at FINEP, preparing financing policy impact evaluation models. Subsequently an assistant researcher at FGV, where some of his tasks included preparing innovation indicator analyses and drawing comparisons between Brazilian and other economies’ innovation indicators.

  • Leonardo Makoto Kawahara

    Bachelor of Economics, USP, and Master of Economics, FGV-EESP. Active in Law & Economics. Currently an Applied and Computer Mathematics student at USP. Former Financial Analyst at Neo Serviços and later an intern at FIPE, where he worked with databanks in the IT area.

  • Lucas Rocca

    Bachelor of Economics, FEA-USP. Active in the Macroeconomics area. His career began as economist at the FIESP Economic Research and Studies department, drafting economic situation analysis bulletins and carrying out economic studies on various topics, with particular emphasis on manufacturing. Mr. Rocca was responsible for São Paulo State Manufacturing Surveys and Construction Industry Surveys.

  • Luciana Neves Pires

    Bachelor of Economics, FEA-USP. Active in Market Intelligence. Former an LCA trainee in the Macroeconomics, Law & Economics and Corporate Finance areas. Formerly with HSBC, in the Payroll Loans area, and with FEA Jr.

  • Luisa do Amaral Camargo

    Bachelor of Economics, Unicamp and Master of Economics, Universidade de Brasília. Active in Market Intelligence. Formerly a consultant at GMS Management Solutions, where her activities included consultancy to customers’ Management Information Systems (MIS). Subsequently worked at Decode (BTG Pactual) as Research analyst, monitoring the political and economic panorama and preparing periodic reports and analyses based on digital-medium data on the subject, among other tasks.

  • Marcelo Randolfo da Costa Januário

    Bachelor of Economics, PUC and Master of Economics Candidate, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Active in Market Intelligence. Formerly student tutor, Econometrics, at PUC and then Assistant Professor of Macroeconomics, UFMG.

  • Marcio Kupper Pagés

    Formerly an Economics consultant at MCM Consultores Associados, specializing in the market intelligence and macroeconomics area (2004-2007). An Econometrics expert, he undertook projects such as the construction of market concentration indicators for the Economic Monitoring Bureau (SAE), economic modeling of the metal commodities market for intertemporal pricing, and a market study and econometric model for one of the largest food companies in Brazil. Bachelor of Economics, FEA-USP. Took part in the study on the connection between corporate events and macroeconomic performance in BRIC countries led by the Harvard Business School (2005); and participated in the “Cross Section and Panel Data" for the post-graduate Economics program at FEA-USP (2006).

  • Maria Gabriela Fonseca Mazoni do Nascimento

    Graduated in economics from the University of São Paulo (FEA-RP/USP). Master’s in economic theory from IPE-USP. Manager of LCA’s Investment & Corporate Finance practice. Previously a research assistant working on social policy assessment at Institute for Economic Research Foundation (FIPE).

  • Michael Burt

    Bachelor of Economics from FEA-USP. Monitors the credit market and prepares industry scenarios. Worked at FIESP for 3 years, first as intern at the Economic Research and Studies Department (DEPECON) and later as an analyst at the Micro, Small and Medium-sized Manufacturing Department (DEMPI).

  • Michelle Turu

    Graduated in economic sciences from EESP-FGV. Member of LCA’s Market Intelligence team. Formerly in telecom market intelligence with International Data Corporation (IDC).

  • Neuremberg de Matos da Costa

    Bachelor of Economics, Universidade de Brasília. Active in Market Intelligence. Formerly an Assistant Researcher at the Machine Learning Laboratory in Finance and Organizations (LAMFO), doing machine-learning research and applying machine-learning models to organizational finance and consultancy projects, based on data-science solutions. Also formerly a Commercial Intelligence Consultant at the Brazilian National Industrial Confederation – CNI, developing machine-learning solutions for CRM data qualification, and customer segmentation, qualification and development.

  • Paulo Henrique de Oliveira

    Bachelor of Letters and Economics and Business Student at Universidade Federal de São Paulo. Active in Law & Economics. A member of the Law and Economic Policy Research Group, of the Behavioral Economics studies group, and a resident researcher at the Observatório do Poder Econômico (OPE).

  • Pedro Henrique da Silva Santos Salerno

    Bachelor of Economics, UFG, and Master of Economic Theory Candidate, USP. Active in Law & Economics. Interned at GRUPOM, in the Political and Opinion Polling area, working on Data Processing and preparing final reports for clients, developing graphs and other data representation tools.

  • Pedro Paulo Amaral Zopello

    Economics Student, Universidade de São Paulo. Active in Market Intelligence. Participated in the creation of the FIPE Public Procurement Table as an intern, and also interned at the Public Policy Center of Insper, working on Stata database manipulation and later carrying out national accounts and public spending analyses.

  • Raquel Andrade

    Graduated in economics from the University of Campinas (Unicamp). Member of LCA’s Market Intelligence team. Formerly with Siemens Brazil and Empresa Júnior ECONOMICA.

  • Rayne Aparecida Alves Santos

    Bachelor of Economics. USP. Active in Market Intelligence. Interned at FIPE, where she was responsible for data gathering and surveys on the Brazilian jobs market, as well as other topics of economic relevance. Subsequently an intern at Tendências, in the Macro-Industry area, preparing economic variable forecasts and scenarios, analyzing data, and preparing custom economic and political scenario analyses for projects.

  • Roberta Maitino de Oliveira Alves

    Bachelor´s degree in economics from the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP) and master´s in business economics from FGV-SP. Project manager in LCA’s Market Intelligence practice.

  • Rodrigo Nishida

    Economist at the Macroeconomics area. Master of Macroeconomics and Finance, FGV/EESP, and graduate degree, FEA/USP. Monitors and develops macroeconomic scenarios with particular focus on industrial output; also active in sectorial economics, with emphasis on the automotive and oil and natural gas industries. Formerly an intern with the Economics Research Institute Foundation (“Fundação Instituto de Pesquisas Econômicas” – FIPE).

  • Tamiris Oliveira de Morais

    Economics, student PUC. Active in Market Intelligence. Interned at the Market Intelligence and Agribusiness Sector Analysis area of consulting firm Tendências, and also at Sul América Investimentos, in the Operations and Back-Office area.

  • Thaís Marzola Zara

    Bachelor and Master of Economics, USP. Active in Macroeconomics. Interned at FIPE, preparing and running field research, analyzing data and performing statistical inference. Became an economist at Rosenberg Associados in 2002 and soon thereafter became Head Economist, leading the macroeconomic tracking team, building econometric models for economic forecasting. And preparing economic studies and reports.

  • Thovan Tucakov

    Chief Data Officer at LCA Consultores. Master of Macroeconomics from FGV/EESP and Bachelor of Economics from Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie. More than 10 years’ experience in the economic studies area, having taken part in the preparation of macroeconomic scenarios and leading regional and sectoral analysis projects. In recent years, has been dedicated to the development of new technology products focusing on data collection (mining), structuring, organization, analysis and visualization.

  • Valentin Pataca Femena

    Graduated in economic sciences from the University of São Paulo (FEA/USP). Member of LCA’s Market Intelligence team. Previously in pharmaceuticals industry research with FIPE.

  • Verônica Cardoso

    Graduated in economics from the Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG). Master’s in applied economics from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF). Currently employed in LCA’s Competition Economics practice. Experience in research projects for IPEA and CEDEPLAR, focusing on industrial and regional economies.

  • Veronica de Castro Lameira

    Doctor of Economics, UFMG. Active in Law & Economics. Participated in a research project at Princeton University and then became a Professor at the Universidade Federal de São João Del-Rei, where she taught subjects including Macroeconomics, Foreign Trade, and Economics.

  • Victor Lopes

    Graduated in economic sciences from the University of São Paulo (FEA-USP). Master’s from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV/EESP). Project Manager in LCA’s Market Intelligence practice. Previously in personal banking products with Santander.