Cassio Audi is an investment manager and a financial executive. Cassio has many years of experience. Casio was one of the founding members of Viper. This is a heavy metal band in Brazil. The band was formed in 1985. Audi was the drummer of the band that started out with four members. “The Killer Sword” was the name of the demo tape that the band released first. They went on to release “Soldiers of Sunrise” in 1987. Critics praised the album because of the skill that the band members exhibited despite the fact that they were still teenagers at the time.
Viper got its big break in 1989 when they released an album that meshed classical music and metal rock. The album known as “Theatre of Fate” contained several popular songs such as “Living for the Night” and a song that borrowed from “Moonlight Sonata” by Beethoven. The album made sales worldwide and performed better than records from other popular bands in some countries. Audi was given songwriting credits on both albums during the time he was still a band member. He left the band in 1989 to pursue his studies. He joined PUC-Sao Paulo where he earned a degree in Business Administration.
Audi began his career as a stock analyst at JP Morgan Chase in the Asset Management desk. Audi stayed at the corporation until 1996 when he was hired as a senior financial analyst at Dow Chemical. Audi got a position at Procter & Gamble as the chief financial officer of Gillette a year later. Audi was responsible for overseeing the financial activities and operations of the company in Brazil. He managed the accounting, auditing, financial reporting, and cash management as the CFO. Audi stayed with the company for seven years until he took up the same position at Brookfield Asset Management.
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