From the Newsroom / 06/2018
Sources said that Petrobras’ chief financial officer Ivan Monteiro would have indicated he would accept to take over the company as long as there is no interference in the oil price policy. He was taken to the company by then-President Aldemir Bendine and held by Pedro Parente, who resigned on Friday. According to a government minister, “at this moment the post is his.” The decision, however, has not yet been made.
Earlier, Ivan told reporters he would not accept the mission if invited. He may have changed his mind after receiving the assurance that there will be no interference in the company’s pricing policy.