Mr. Seixas advises shareholders of well-known Brazilian and international companies in a cross-section of industry sectors including retail, infrastructure, transportation, telecommunications, technology, financial services, healthcare, manufacturing and consumer products.
Currently, Mr. Seixas is serving as Judicial Administrator (Trustee) of several judicial recovery processes in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, including the bankruptcy of BVA Bank (total debt of R$ 4.5 billion), OAS Group judicial recovery (total debt over R$ 12 billion) and Galvão Engenharia Group judicial recovery (total debt of R$ 1.8 billion).
Mr. Seixas previously led restructuring projects for an automotive parts company and two construction companies. He also served as Chief Restructuring Officer (CRO) of a shipyard belonging to one of the largest groups in Brazil, restructuring the business and preparing the company for the judicial recovery process (Brazilian “Chapter 11”). Additionally, he led the turnaround process of one of the major operators of offshore helicopters in Brazil, serving several clients in the oil and gas industry.
Previously, Mr. Seixas led the turnaround of a retailer with more than 120 gas stations in the states of Rio de Janeiro, São Paulo and Minas Gerais. He served as the Chief Executive Officer of one of the largest groups in the state of Espírito Santo, with operations in the retail and financial services segments, sales of approximately R$1 billion and more than 2,500 employees. He also served as the CRO and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of one of the largest retail apparel companies in Brazil with sales of more than R$700 million.
Prior to joining A&M, Mr. Seixas served as a partner with TTAG and a Manager of Ernst & Young's Corporate Finance Group in the São Paulo office.
Mr. Seixas earned a bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering from UFRJ - Rio de Janeiro Federal University and an MBA from the IBMEC Business School. He is a Member of TMA - Turnaround Management Association in Brazil.