Board of Directors and Comittees

Officers

Management with term of office until 2018 Annual Shareholders’ Meeting

MEMBERS POSITIONS
Walter Schalka CEO - Chief Executive Officer

Mr. Schalka is an engineer and graduated from Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica (ITA) and has a post graduate degree in administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), and executives programs at IMD and Harvard Business School. Mr. Schalka started his career at Citibank, followed by the Holding company of Grupo Klabin Maepar. In 1989 he joined Dixie Toga, and became president in 1991. In 2005, he joined Grupo Votorantim as President of Votorantim Cimentos, being responsible for our operations in Brazil and 14 other countries. Mr. Schalka was elected as the CEO of the Year 2015 and 2016 in Latin America by RISI.

Alexandre Chueri Neto Executive Officer - Forestry Unit

Mr. Chueri graduated from ESALQ/USP of Piracicaba in 1982 with a degree in agricultural and forestry engineering and a master’s degree in administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV). Mr. Chueri started his career in 1984 as a consultant for Ideadeco Ltda, working on the areas of irrigation and agribusiness. In 1987, he joined Construtora Norberto Odebrecht S.A. as manager of agricultural and agro industrial projects. Mr. Chueri joined Ciplan – Cimento Planalto S.A. in 1991 as managing director.

Carlos Aníbal de Almeida Jr Executive Officer - Pulp Business

Mr. Almeida holds an electrical engineering degree from the Federal University of Minas Gerais and a master’s degree in business administration from IBMEC (São Paulo). Mr. Almeida currently serves as the Executive Officer responsible for our pulp and paper business units. Before Suzano, Mr. Almeida worked for General Electric, where he ultimately held the position of sales general manager for the Latin American division of GE Industrial Systems.

Fabio Prado Executive Officer - Consumer Goods

Mr. Prado holds a bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of São Paulo (USP), specializing in Business Administration from the Harvard Business School. He began his professional career at Unilever, where he entered as a trainee and remained in the company for almost 30 years. He was CEO of Unilever Mexico and in the same country was responsible for establishing the local business of JBS.

Júlia Fernandes Executive Officer - People and Management

Ms. Julia holds a law degree from the Federal University of Espírito Santo, Julia holds an MBA in Business Management from FIA-USP. In her professional career, she underwent several Human Resources positions at American Express and GE. She joined Suzano Papel e Celulose in 2010, where she worked as HR Manager in New Projects and Expertise. In 2014, she assumed the leadership of Human Resources at Citi Brasil, as Director. She returned to Suzano in 2017 to take up the position of Executive Director of People and Management. She is also chair of Amcham's HR Strategic Committee.

Leonardo Grimaldi Executive Officer - Paper Business

Mr. Grimaldi holds a bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the Getulio Vargas Foundation (FGV) and a degree in Wharton at the University of Pennsylvania and Singularity University in Silicon Valley, USA. He has been with Suzano Papel e Celulose since 2000, where he held several positions in the Marketing and Commercial areas until becoming Commercial Operations Director in 2011 and responsible for the company's global paper sales.

Marcelo Feriozzi Bacci CFO - Chief Financial Officer and IR Director

Mr. Bacci holds a BA in Public Administration from the Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) and a Master’s degree (MBA) from the Stanford University Graduate School of Business. Mr. Bacci currently serves as our Chief Financial Officer and Investor Relations Director since 2014. Mr. Bacci has also been the Executive Vice-President of Suzano Holding S.A., our controlling shareholder, between 2011 and 2014. Prior to Suzano, Mr. Bacci was the Chief Executive Officer of CPMais Serviços de Meio Ambiente S.A., Chief Financial Officer of Louis Dreyfus Commodities Group for Latin America and Chief Financial Officer of Promon S.A.. Mr Bacci is also currently Chairman of the Board of Ibema Companhia Brasileira de Papel.

Renato Tyszler Executive Officer - Innovation and Business Development

Mr. Tyszler holds a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro (PUC-RJ) and an MBA from the Marshall School of Business at the University of Southern California. He joined Suzano in 2009, where he has served as Controllership Executive Manager, Controllership & Performance Management Executive Officer and Operations & Marketing Executive Officer. In August 2016, he was promoted to Chief Innovation and Business Development Officer, responsible for the Research, Development & Innovation, EucaFluff, Tissue and Lignin departments, in addition to the Strategic Planning and Business Development departments that are being created. Prior to joining Suzano, he worked at Xerox, Embraer and Western Union.

 

Board of Directors

Management with term of office until 2018 Annual Shareholders’ Meeting

MEMBERS POSITIONS
David Feffer President

Mr. Feffer has served as our chief executive officer since 2003, and currently serves as the president of our board of directors, a member of our Sustainability and Strategy committee and as the coordinator of our Management Committee. Mr. Feffer joined Suzano Group in 1974 and has 42 years of experience in the pulp and paper industry. In 2015, Mr. Feffer was appointed as president of the board of directors of Polpar S.A. and holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chief executive officer of IPLF Holding S.A.; and (ii) chief executive officer of Premesa S.A. He is also member of the International Advisory Board of Lafarge and member of the following social and cultural  organizations: chairman of the board of the Antonietta and Leon Feffer School; member of the deliberative board of the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital; member of the board of the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development; vice-chairman of the board and president of the superior council of Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); and chairman of the board of trustees and vice-chairman of the executive board of the Arymax Foundation (Fundação Arymax). Mr. Feffer attended courses in business at Columbia University, the Aspen Institute, and IMD (Switzerland). Mr. David Feffer is the son of Mr. Max Feffer, who played a central role in the consolidation of the Suzano Group and in innovations to the pulp and paper industry in Brazil.

Claudio Thomaz Lobo Sonder Vice-President

Mr. Sonder currently serves as vice-president of our board of directors, coordinator of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee, and as a member of our Audit Committee. Since April 2013, Mr. Sonder has also acted as the vice-president of the board of directors and vice-chief executive officer of IPLF Holding S.A. In April 2015, he was appointed as vice-president of the board of directors of Polpar S.A. Mr. Sonder also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) president of Alden Desenvolvimento Imobiliário Ltda.; (ii) member of the directive board and member of the superior council Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); (iii) member of the board of directors of MDS, SGPS, S.A.; (iv) president of Premesa S.A.; (v) member of the board of trustees and member of the executive board of Fundação Arymax; (vi) member of the board of directors of Lojas Renner S.A.; (vii) member of the board of directors of Grupo RBS S.A.; and (viii) vice-president of the deliberative board of the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital. Mr. Sonder is former president of the board of directors and chief executive officer of Hoechst do Brasil Química e Farmacêutica S.A. (1983-1993). Mr. Sonder holds a degree in chemical engineering and economics from Mackenzie University and specializations obtained in Munich, Germany, and Boston, Massachusetts.

Daniel Feffer Vice-President

Mr. Feffer currently serves as vice-president of our board of directors and as a member of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee. Mr. Feffer was the Assistant Secretary of Culture of the State of São Paulo in 1977. Mr. Feffer has been with us since 1978, and served as an assistant to our board of executive officers, marketing and communications manager and special products manager. Mr. Feffer also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chairman of ICC Brasil; (ii) vice-chief executive officer and vice-chairman of the board of directors of the Arymax Foundation (Fundação Arymax); (iii) chairman of the directive board and vicechairman of the senior council of the Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); (iv) member of the council of IBÁ; (v) member of the council of IEDI – Instituto Econômico para Desenvolvimento Industrial; (vi) founding member of the council of Compromisso Todos Pela Educação; (vii) member of the council of FIESP; (viii) member of the council of MBC – Movimento Brasil Competitivo; (ix) member of the council of ICC International; (x) member of the council of IRICE – Instituto de Relações Internacionais e Comércio Exterior. Mr. Feffer graduated from Mackenzie Law School and holds specializations from the Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) in Brazil; Harvard University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States; IMD in Switzerland; and LBS-London Business School in England. Mr. Feffer is also the son of Mr. Max Feffer.

Antonio de Souza Corrêa Meyer Member

Mr. Meyer currently serves as a member of our board of directors. Over the past five years, Mr. Meyer has served as a member of the board of directors of Suzano Holding and IPLF Holding S.A. Mr. Meyer also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) a member of the International Bar Association, the Brazilian Bar Association and the São Paulo Lawyers Institute; (ii) a member of the board of directors of the Institute of Lawyers of São Paulo (Instituto dos Advogados de São Paulo); (iii) chairman of the of the board of directors of the Center of Studies of Law Firms (Centro de Estudos das Sociedades de Advogados); (iv) a member of the advisory committee of the University of São Paulo Medical School; (v) a member of Deliberative Council of Legal and Legislative Issues (Conselho Superior de Assuntos Jurídicos e Legislativos) and the Mediation and Reconciliation Council (Câmara de Mediação e Conciliação) of FIESP); and (vi) a member of the board of directors of the São Paulo Oncology Institute (Instituto de Oncologia de São Paulo) at the Otavio Frias de Oliveira Hospital. Mr. Meyer was the Secretary of Justice and Secretary of Public Security of the State of São Paulo, and was legal counsel and chairman of legislative committee of the American Chamber of Commerce for Brazil (1987-1989). Mr. Meyer was recognized with an award for Judicial Merit from the Court of Justice of the State of São Paulo. Mr. Meyer is a graduate of the law school of the University of São Paulo. Mr. Meyer is a founding partner of the law firm Machado, Meyer, Sendacz e Opice Advogados.

Jorge Feffer Member

Mr. Feffer currently serves as a member of our board of directors and a member of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee. Mr. Feffer first joined us in 1979 as a planning assistant and has 37 years of experience in the pulp and paper industry. Over the past five years, Mr. Feffer has held the following positions in other companies: (i) vice-president of the directive board and member of the superior council of the Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); and (ii) member of the board of trustees of Fundação Arymax. In 2015, he became the founder and sponsor of the Library of Social Criticism, in partnership with Realizações Editora Espaço Cultural. In 1978, Mr. Feffer was Assistant Secretary of Culture, Science and Technology of the State of São Paulo. Mr. Feffer is a graduate of the Business Administration School of the Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation. Mr. Jorge Feffer is also the son of Mr. Max Feffer. 

Marco Antonio Bologna Member

Mr. Bologna currently serves as a member of our board of directors and a as coordinator of our Audit Committee. Mr. Bologna currently holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chief executive officer of Banco Fator; and (ii) member of the board of directors of Multiplus Fidelidade. He previously held the following positions: (i) chief executive officer of TAM S.A., the controlling company of TAM Linhas Aéreas S.A.; (ii) member of the board of directors of TAM S.A.; (iii) chief executive director of Tam Linhas Aéreas; (iv) vice-chief financial officer and director of market relations for Tam Linhas Aéreas; and (v) member of the board of directors of WTorre Properties. In 2008, Mr. Bologna was the president of Grupo WTorre S/A. Mr. Bologna was the chief executive officer of TAM S.A. from 2004 to 2007, where Mr. Bologna had worked since 2001 when he was invited by commander Rolim Adolfo Amaro to be the vice-president of finance, management and market relations. Previously, Mr. Bologna worked in the financial sector for 24 years, at French and Brazilian banks, Lloyds Bank, Chase Manhattan, Itamarati and Inter American Express. Mr. Bologna holds a degree in products engineering from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo with a specialization in financial services from Manchester Business School.

Maria Priscila Rodini Vansetti Machado Member

Mrs. Machado is graduated in Agricultural Engineering from Escola Superior de Agricultura "Luiz de Queiroz" of the University of São Paulo (ESALQ / USP) and specializes in Executive Management from the Wharton School (University of Pennsylvania). She began her career at DuPont Brazil in 1981, the agricultural division, assuming leadership positions in the areas of Regulatory, Government Relations and Research & Development. In 1996 he moved to Wilmington (Delaware, USA), when he took different positions in Development and Marketing. In 2008 he was promoted to director of Business of DuPont Canada, being relocated to Mississauga unit (Ontario, Canada). Between September 2014 and September 2015, brought the global director function of Strategic Planning of Crop Protection division. Since October 2015 is Chief Executive Officer of Dupont of Brazil.

Nildemar Secches Member

Mr. Secches currently serves as a member of our board of directors and as a member of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee. Mr. Secches also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) vice-president of the board of directors of WEG S/A; (ii) vice-president of the board of directors of Iochpe-Maxion S.A.; (iii) member of the board of directors of Ultrapar Participações S.A.; and (iv) member of the board of directors of Itaú-Unibanco since 2012. From 1972 to 1990, Mr. Secches worked at BNDES, where he was a director from 1987 to 1990. From 1990 to 1994, Mr. Secches was the general director of the corporate group for Iochpe-Maxion Holding Industrial. From 1995 to 2008, Mr. Secches was the president of Empresas Perdigão, which specializes in the production of food. From 2007 to 2013, Mr. Secches was the president of BR Foods. Carlos), a graduate degree in finance from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and a doctorate degree in economy from Unicamp (Campinas).

Rodrigo Kede de Freitas Lima Member

Mr. Kede currently serves as a member of our board of directors. Over the past five years, Mr. Kede has held the following positions in other companies: (i) chief executive officer of IBM Brasil, (ii) vice-president of Global Technology Services of IBM Brasil, (iii) global vice-president of Sales and Transformation of IBM Brasil; (iv) chief financial officer of IBM Latin America; (v) chief financial officer for IBM Brasil; and (vi) president and member of the board of directors of TOTVS. Mr. Kede also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chief executive officer for IBM Latin America; (ii) member of the board of directors of IBEF (Brazilian Institute of Financial Executives); (iii) member of the board of directors of AmCham (American Chamber of Commerce); and (iv) member of the board of directors of the International Advisory Board of FDC (Fundação Dom Cabral). Mr. Kede holds an undergraduate degree in mechanical and production engineering from Pontifícia Universidade Católica (PUC - RJ) and holds a Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree from Instituto Brasileiro de Mercados de Capital, currently INSPER.

 

Board of Auditors

Management with term of office until 2018 Annual Shareholders’ Meeting

Eraldo Soares Peçanha Actual

Mr. Peçanha currently serves as a member o four Fiscal Council. Mr. Peçanha has previous experience in Lowndes Bank and Rio de Janeiro State Bank from 1970 to 1974; Aracruz Celulose S.A. fro 1974 to 1996; CSN – Companhia Siderurgica Nacional (1996-2003); Embratel (2003-2008), Icatu Seguros S.A. (2008-2011) and act in independent activities since 2011.

Luiz Augusto Marques Paes Actual

Mr. Paes currently serves as a member of our Fiscal Council. Since 1991, Mr. Paes has been the managing partner of Almeida Prado, Paes e Caruso Consultoria Empresarial Ltda., in the tax consulting and advisory industry. Mr. Paes is also a member of the fiscal council of JSL S.A., a public company that provides logistics services. Previously, he was a member of the fiscal council of Cyrela Commercial Properties S.A., a real estate developer. Mr. Paes holds a law degree from the University of São Paulo.

Rubens Barletta Actual

Mr. Barletta currently serves as a member of our Fiscal Council. Mr. Barletta is an effective member of the fiscal council of the following companies: (i) Banco Alfa de Investimento S.A., Financeira Alfa S.A. – Crédito, Financiamento e Investimentos; and (ii) Alfa Holdings S.A. From 1999 to 2010 he held the position of effective member of the fiscal councils of Financeira Alfa S.A. – Crédito, Financiamento e Investimentos and Consórcio Alfa de Administração S.A. Mr. Barletta has been a partner at Barletta, Schubert e Luiz Sociedade de Advogados, firm specializing in private law with an emphasis on corporate law, since June of 2009. From 1961 to 2008 he was an employee, trainee and then partner at Escritório de Advocacia Augusto Lima S/C. Mr. Barletta holds a law degree from São Bernardo do Campo Law School.

Kurt Janos Toth Alternate

Mr. Toth currently serves as a member of our Fiscal Council. Mr. Toth has previous experience in Control, Credit and Industrial Projects Department at BNDES; Mr. Toth was member of Fiscal Council at AES Corporation, Eletrobras, Vale S.A.; was also member of Board of Directors at Welfare and Social Services Foundation of BNDES.

Roberto Figueiredo Mello Alternate

Mr. Mello currently serves as an alternate member of our Fiscal Council. Mr. Mello has been a partner at Pacaembu Serviços e Participações Ltda. since 1988 and was a member of the fiscall council of Barclay’s Bank (1995-2002), an officer of Vocal Comércio Veículos Ltda. (1989-1998) and an officer of SPP – Nemo S.A. Coml. Exportadora (1986-1998). Mr. Mello holds a degree in law from the University of São Paulo.

Luiz Gonzaga Ramos Schubert Alternate

Mr. Schubert currently serves as an alternate member of our Fiscal Council. Mr. Schubert has been a member of the law firm of Dr. Augusto Esteves de Lima Junior since January 1973. Mr. Schubert is also a member of the fiscal council of Banco Alfa de Investimento S.A. and Financeira Alfa S.A. – Crédito, Financiamento e Investimentos. Mr. Schubert is also an alternate member of the fiscal council of Alfa Holdings S/A and Consórcio Alfa de Administração S.A. From 1999 to 2010, he held the position of member of the supervisory board of the Bank Alfa de Investimento S.A.. He has been, since June 2009, as a partner at Barletta, Schubert e Luiz Sociedade de Advogados, firm specializing in private law, with emphasis in corporate law. From 1972 to March 2009, he participated as an intern and then a member of the Law Offices of Augusto Lima S/C. Mr. Schubert holds a law degree from São Bernardo do Campo Law School.

 

Management Committee

Management with term of office until 2018

David Feffer Coordinator

Mr. Feffer has served as our chief executive officer since 2003, and currently serves as the president of our board of directors, a member of our Sustainability and Strategy committee and as the coordinator of our Management Committee. Mr. Feffer joined Suzano Group in 1974 and has 42 years of experience in the pulp and paper industry. In 2015, Mr. Feffer was appointed as president of the board of directors of Polpar S.A. and holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chief executive officer of IPLF Holding S.A.; and (ii) chief executive officer of Premesa S.A. He is also member of the International Advisory Board of Lafarge and member of the following social and cultural  organizations: chairman of the board of the Antonietta and Leon Feffer School; member of the deliberative board of the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital; member of the board of the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development; vice-chairman of the board and president of the superior council of Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); and chairman of the board of trustees and vice-chairman of the executive board of the Arymax Foundation (Fundação Arymax). Mr. Feffer attended courses in business at Columbia University, the Aspen Institute, and IMD (Switzerland). Mr. David Feffer is the son of Mr. Max Feffer, who played a central role in the consolidation of the Suzano Group and in innovations to the pulp and paper industry in Brazil.

Murilo Cesar Lemos dos Santos Passos Member

Mr. Passos currently serves as a member of our Management Committee. Mr. Passos currently holds the following positions in other companies: (i) member of the board of directors of So Martinho S.A., Odontoprev, Tegma and Brasilagro, and (ii) vice-president of the advisory council of the FNQ. Mr. Passos was our chief executive officer until May 2006 and has worked in the pulp and paper industry for 27 years. From 1971 to 1977, he worked in the Ministry of Industry and Commerce at the Industrial Development Council (Conselho de Desenvolvimento Industrial), in the following positions: assistant to the Minister; executive secretary of the Commission for Pulp and Paper; and group coordinator of the Industrial Development Council. From 1977 to 1989, Mr. Passos held several positions as manager and executive officer at Companhia Vale do Rio Doce (CVRD), and between 1989 and 1990 he was executive officer of Forest Products, Environment and Metallurgy. Mr. Passos also held the position of chief executive officer of Celulose Nipo Brasileira (CENIBRA) and of Florestas Rio Doce S.A. Mr. Passos is a chemical engineer with a degree from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro.

Claudio Thomaz Lobo Sonder Member

Mr. Sonder currently serves as vice-president of our board of directors, coordinator of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee, and as a member of our Audit Committee. Since April 2013, Mr. Sonder has also acted as the vice-president of the board of directors and vice-chief executive officer of IPLF Holding S.A. In April 2015, he was appointed as vice-president of the board of directors of Polpar S.A. Mr. Sonder also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) president of Alden Desenvolvimento Imobiliário Ltda.; (ii) member of the directive board and member of the superior council Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); (iii) member of the board of directors of MDS, SGPS, S.A.; (iv) president of Premesa S.A.; (v) member of the board of trustees and member of the executive board of Fundação Arymax; (vi) member of the board of directors of Lojas Renner S.A.; (vii) member of the board of directors of Grupo RBS S.A.; and (viii) vice-president of the deliberative board of the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital. Mr. Sonder is former president of the board of directors and chief executive officer of Hoechst do Brasil Química e Farmacêutica S.A. (1983-1993). Mr. Sonder holds a degree in chemical engineering and economics from Mackenzie University and specializations obtained in Munich, Germany, and Boston, Massachusetts.

Walter Schalka Member

Mr. Schalka is an engineer and graduated from Instituto Tecnológico da Aeronáutica (ITA) and has a post graduate degree in administration from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV), and executives programs at IMD and Harvard Business School. Mr. Schalka started his career at Citibank, followed by the Holding company of Grupo Klabin Maepar. In 1989 he joined Dixie Toga, and became president in 1991. In 2005, he joined Grupo Votorantim as President of Votorantim Cimentos, being responsible for our operations in Brazil and 14 other countries. Mr. Schalka was elected as the CEO of the Year 2015 and 2016 in Latin America by RISI.

 

Sustainability And Strategy Committee

Management with term of office until 2018

Claudio Thomaz Lobo Sonder Coordinator

Mr. Sonder currently serves as vice-president of our board of directors, coordinator of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee, and as a member of our Audit Committee. Since April 2013, Mr. Sonder has also acted as the vice-president of the board of directors and vice-chief executive officer of IPLF Holding S.A. In April 2015, he was appointed as vice-president of the board of directors of Polpar S.A. Mr. Sonder also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) president of Alden Desenvolvimento Imobiliário Ltda.; (ii) member of the directive board and member of the superior council Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); (iii) member of the board of directors of MDS, SGPS, S.A.; (iv) president of Premesa S.A.; (v) member of the board of trustees and member of the executive board of Fundação Arymax; (vi) member of the board of directors of Lojas Renner S.A.; (vii) member of the board of directors of Grupo RBS S.A.; and (viii) vice-president of the deliberative board of the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital. Mr. Sonder is former president of the board of directors and chief executive officer of Hoechst do Brasil Química e Farmacêutica S.A. (1983-1993). Mr. Sonder holds a degree in chemical engineering and economics from Mackenzie University and specializations obtained in Munich, Germany, and Boston, Massachusetts.

David Feffer Member

Mr. Feffer has served as our chief executive officer since 2003, and currently serves as the president of our board of directors, a member of our Sustainability and Strategy committee and as the coordinator of our Management Committee. Mr. Feffer joined Suzano Group in 1974 and has 42 years of experience in the pulp and paper industry. In 2015, Mr. Feffer was appointed as president of the board of directors of Polpar S.A. and holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chief executive officer of IPLF Holding S.A.; and (ii) chief executive officer of Premesa S.A. He is also member of the International Advisory Board of Lafarge and member of the following social and cultural  organizations: chairman of the board of the Antonietta and Leon Feffer School; member of the deliberative board of the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital; member of the board of the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development; vice-chairman of the board and president of the superior council of Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); and chairman of the board of trustees and vice-chairman of the executive board of the Arymax Foundation (Fundação Arymax). Mr. Feffer attended courses in business at Columbia University, the Aspen Institute, and IMD (Switzerland). Mr. David Feffer is the son of Mr. Max Feffer, who played a central role in the consolidation of the Suzano Group and in innovations to the pulp and paper industry in Brazil.

Daniel Feffer Member

Mr. Feffer currently serves as vice-president of our board of directors and as a member of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee. Mr. Feffer was the Assistant Secretary of Culture of the State of São Paulo in 1977. Mr. Feffer has been with us since 1978, and served as an assistant to our board of executive officers, marketing and communications manager and special products manager. Mr. Feffer also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chairman of ICC Brasil; (ii) vice-chief executive officer and vice-chairman of the board of directors of the Arymax Foundation (Fundação Arymax); (iii) chairman of the directive board and vicechairman of the senior council of the Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); (iv) member of the council of IBÁ; (v) member of the council of IEDI – Instituto Econômico para Desenvolvimento Industrial; (vi) founding member of the council of Compromisso Todos Pela Educação; (vii) member of the council of FIESP; (viii) member of the council of MBC – Movimento Brasil Competitivo; (ix) member of the council of ICC International; (x) member of the council of IRICE – Instituto de Relações Internacionais e Comércio Exterior. Mr. Feffer graduated from Mackenzie Law School and holds specializations from the Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) in Brazil; Harvard University, and Massachusetts Institute of Technology in the United States; IMD in Switzerland; and LBS-London Business School in England. Mr. Feffer is also the son of Mr. Max Feffer.

Jorge Feffer Member

Mr. Feffer currently serves as a member of our board of directors and a member of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee. Mr. Feffer first joined us in 1979 as a planning assistant and has 37 years of experience in the pulp and paper industry. Over the past five years, Mr. Feffer has held the following positions in other companies: (i) vice-president of the directive board and member of the superior council of the Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); and (ii) member of the board of trustees of Fundação Arymax. In 2015, he became the founder and sponsor of the Library of Social Criticism, in partnership with Realizações Editora Espaço Cultural. In 1978, Mr. Feffer was Assistant Secretary of Culture, Science and Technology of the State of São Paulo. Mr. Feffer is a graduate of the Business Administration School of the Armando Álvares Penteado Foundation. Mr. Jorge Feffer is also the son of Mr. Max Feffer.

Nildemar Secches Member

Mr. Secches currently serves as a member of our board of directors and as a member of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee. Mr. Secches also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) vice-president of the board of directors of WEG S/A; (ii) vice-president of the board of directors of Iochpe-Maxion S.A.; (iii) member of the board of directors of Ultrapar Participações S.A.; and (iv) member of the board of directors of Itaú-Unibanco since 2012. From 1972 to 1990, Mr. Secches worked at BNDES, where he was a director from 1987 to 1990. From 1990 to 1994, Mr. Secches was the general director of the corporate group for Iochpe-Maxion Holding Industrial. From 1995 to 2008, Mr. Secches was the president of Empresas Perdigão, which specializes in the production of food. From 2007 to 2013, Mr. Secches was the president of BR Foods. Carlos), a graduate degree in finance from the Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro and a doctorate degree in economy from Unicamp (Campinas).

 

Audit Committee

Management with term of office until 2018

Marco Antonio Bologna Coordinator

Mr. Bologna currently serves as a member of our board of directors and a as coordinator of our Audit Committee. Mr. Bologna currently holds the following positions in other companies: (i) chief executive officer of Banco Fator; and (ii) member of the board of directors of Multiplus Fidelidade. He previously held the following positions: (i) chief executive officer of TAM S.A., the controlling company of TAM Linhas Aéreas S.A.; (ii) member of the board of directors of TAM S.A.; (iii) chief executive director of Tam Linhas Aéreas; (iv) vice-chief financial officer and director of market relations for Tam Linhas Aéreas; and (v) member of the board of directors of WTorre Properties. In 2008, Mr. Bologna was the president of Grupo WTorre S/A. Mr. Bologna was the chief executive officer of TAM S.A. from 2004 to 2007, where Mr. Bologna had worked since 2001 when he was invited by commander Rolim Adolfo Amaro to be the vice-president of finance, management and market relations. Previously, Mr. Bologna worked in the financial sector for 24 years, at French and Brazilian banks, Lloyds Bank, Chase Manhattan, Itamarati and Inter American Express. Mr. Bologna holds a degree in products engineering from the Polytechnic School of the University of São Paulo with a specialization in financial services from Manchester Business School.

Carlos Biedermann Member

Mr. Biedermann currently serves as a member of our Audit Committee. Mr. Biedermann has an undergraduate degree in administration and public administration from Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS) and a graduate degree in capital markets from Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV). Currently, Mr. Biedermann also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) member of the audit committee of Grupo Algar; (ii) member of the audit committee of BB Seguridade; (iii) member of the board of directors of Valmont; (iv) member of the Board of AmCham of Rio Grande do Sul and of Agenda 2020; and (v) chairman of the board of directors of Porto Alegre Health Care. Since 2002, Mr. Biedermann has also been a leading partner in PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). Previously, he was chairman of the audit committee for five years and vice-president between 2013 and 2014 of the Brazilian Institute of Corporate Governance (IBGC), as well as a member of the board of directors for six years and counselor for two years of Young Presidents Organization (YPO/WPO), the first independent member of the board of directors of the company Calçados Azaleia and member of the administrative council for about 15 years of Santa Casa de Misericórdia de Porto Alegre.

Claudio Thomaz Lobo Sonder Member

Mr. Sonder currently serves as vice-president of our board of directors, coordinator of our Sustainability and Strategy Committee, and as a member of our Audit Committee. Since April 2013, Mr. Sonder has also acted as the vice-president of the board of directors and vice-chief executive officer of IPLF Holding S.A. In April 2015, he was appointed as vice-president of the board of directors of Polpar S.A. Mr. Sonder also holds the following positions in other companies: (i) president of Alden Desenvolvimento Imobiliário Ltda.; (ii) member of the directive board and member of the superior council Ecofuturo Institute – Future for Sustainable Development (Instituto Ecofuturo – Futuro para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável); (iii) member of the board of directors of MDS, SGPS, S.A.; (iv) president of Premesa S.A.; (v) member of the board of trustees and member of the executive board of Fundação Arymax; (vi) member of the board of directors of Lojas Renner S.A.; (vii) member of the board of directors of Grupo RBS S.A.; and (viii) vice-president of the deliberative board of the Israelita Albert Einstein Hospital. Mr. Sonder is former president of the board of directors and chief executive officer of Hoechst do Brasil Química e Farmacêutica S.A. (1983-1993). Mr. Sonder holds a degree in chemical engineering and economics from Mackenzie University and specializations obtained in Munich, Germany, and Boston, Massachusetts.

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