Cassio Audi is a Brazilian financial professional who’s career began 20+ years back in 1992. At that time, he was the stock and fixed income and trader analyst at JP Morgan Chase’s management desk. He held this position until 1996. As far as his educational achievements, he earned his MBA degree from the Sao Paulo University. He also earned his BA degree from the Pontifical Catholic University in business administration.
His Current & Past Positions
Audi is now the Chief Financial Officer for Peninsula Participações, an investment company, and he has been in this position since November 2016. Before this position, he was the CFO for GVMI, a private equity organization with investments within Brazil and the US. Other than that, his previous experiences are as follows:
- CEO of Rossi Commercial Properties Residential in 2012
- CFO and Investor of Rossi Residential, one of the largest Brazilian independent real estate firm, from 2008 to 2012
- CFO of Brookfield Asset Management, a startup of private equity with approximately $2 billion real estate investment from 2006 to 2008
- CFO of Gillette- Proctor & Gamble from 1997 to 2006
- Senior Financial Analyst of Dow Chemical in 1996
Throughout Audi’s career, he has gained experience in the following areas: Financial planning, management of equities, strategic forecasting, project management, leadership, business planning, investor relations, cross-functional team, leadership strategy, team leadership, project management, business strategy, entrepreneurship change, management project planning, and more.
In 2011, Audi was recognized by the International Investors Magazine as the Best CFO in Latin America. He also was second place within the Real Estate, Construction, and Sell Side in Cement sectors.
The name José Auriemo Neto has been a part of the biggest real estate company in Brazil, the JHSF. He saw an opportunity where others were afraid to tread and never gave up until the eighty thousand square meter lot at the edge of Marginal Pinheiros became a home to the largest real estate complex in the country. Named the Parque Cidade Jardim, the complex is home to 180 stores, nine living towers, offices, apartments, and hotel Fasano. His motivation saw him assume the role of Chief Executive Officer from his father back in the year 2003.
Mr. Auriemo’s engineering education at the Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) University in Sao Paulo wasn’t in vain even though he dropped before he could finish. Over the years, he has transformed the JHSF and realized tremendous achievement in the luxury provision to high-end clients. He has driven JHSF to venture more into managing and developing high-end shopping malls, hotels as well as the executive airport business. This is no surprise as Mr. Auriemo showed early potentials of becoming the greatest investor at a very young age. At only 17 years of age, he had his small network of parking lots. Click here to know more.
As the head of JHSF, which is apparently the biggest real estate company headquartered in Sao Paulo, Mr. Auriemo’s focus doesn’t only cater for a prestigious lot of clients, but the middle class as well. The shopping complexes, Santa Cruz, Metro Tucuruvi and Bela Vista in Salvador that is JHSF’s brands offer the best services and products for both locals and international individuals as well. This, and the many ventures in the world of residential and commercial developments, are the reasons why the company’s growth is unstoppable.
The JHSF is Brazil’s highest income earner in the real estate sector and is solely hell-bent on being the pioneer, innovative and the provider of sustainable solutions to projects tailored towards success in the realm shopping malls, executive airports, and high-end hotels. Its growth since its expansion has extended from Sao Paulo to other cities like Manaus and Salvador. Furthermore, through its shopping center, incorporation, airport, and Fasano Hotel & Restaurant units, JHSF has ventured internationally to Miami and New York in the USA and Punta del Este in Uruguay.