Transparency and integrity
Instituto Iguá is a non-profit association, governed by private law, incorporated by IG4 Capital and Iguá Saneamento, a private company that manages and operates water supply and sanitary sewage systems, distributed in 19 operations directly impacting the lives of people living in communities of different sizes and realities around Brazil. Visit the website to learn more about Iguá Saneamento.
Instituto Iguá makes important contributions to the sector by valuing water as the most indispensable natural resource for life and helping universalize sanitation in Brazil.
Instituto Iguá operates based on a consistent corporate governance process, with integrity, transparency, and excellence on the management level, as well as an effective pipeline of deliverables.
Its financial statements are audited annually by an independent auditing firm.
Board of Directors
Fernanda de Arruda Camargo
Chairwoman of the Board of Directors
Camargo has 28 years of experience in the financial market, she is the founder and co-founder of Wright Capital Gestão de Patrimônio, and was a partner at the organizations Vinci Partners and Gávea Arsenal Gestão de Patrimônio. She worked in the treasury and capital markets area of Standard Bank and Deutsche Bank in Brazil, and in Merrill Lynch Private Banking in San Francisco, California.
She is the Chairwoman of the Board of Instituto Iguá. She was one of the founders of Instituto LiveWright and is a member of the Board of the NGO Atletas pelo Brasil (Athletes for Brazil). She holds a degree in Economics from the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo (PUC).
CEO at Iguá Saneamento, Carlos Brandão has worked in different industries, such as utilities (generation, transmission, and distribution), retail, and telecom. He has broad experience in complex M&A transactions, debt and operational restructuring, and corporate strategy. In his most recent position as CFO at Oi, he led the company’s debt restructuring process in Latin America’s largest and most complex international debt restructuring process so far.
He was a member of the Management Committee, the Risk Committee, the Expenses Committee, and the Quality Committee of the company. In 2015 and 2016, he was also responsible for managing the company’s portfolio of international assets, interacting with partners and stakeholders from different countries in Africa and Asia. Brandão has also worked on similar projects when working for Energisa, Furnas, and Sendas. He holds a degree in Administration and a specialization degree in Statistics, both from the Federal University of Juiz de Fora (UFJF), and a master’s degree in Administration with a major in Corporate Finance, from IBMEC.
Rosane Gomes dos Santos
Renata Ruggiero Moraes
Muriel Lana Bocayuva