Marcio Alaor has helped a lot with the BMG group making it among the top banking institutions in Brazil and Latin America since he started working with them in 1977. He is among the executive team of the BMG group. BMG group is the biggest sponsors of football in Brazil and 39 clubs have its name on their uniform. Not only does the company sponsor football clubs, five volleyball super league; three male and two female teams benefit. And they also sponsor three basketball teams. BMG group decided to let the teams have uniforms with their logo and name on it for their benefit too. Fans of football, volleyball, and basketball will come across their name in the field and when in need of financial assistance they will definitely trust to go to BMG group, this was a smart move and contributed positively to the growth of the bank.

Mr. Alaor who has a great involvement in the Consumer Electronics Show which is held annually, in 2016’s event he gave news about the changes in technology. In the event, a Chinese company was able to show a drone that was invented that has a capacity for passengers although they are not involved in controlling the drone, Marcio said the only concern to have is people’s safety. He also showed electric cars from Chevrolet, Ford, and Volkswagen. And a smart home novelty example is the Samsung refrigerator which will remind you to shop for what is finished by sending a photo. These CES events started in 1967 and over the years many inventions including some that have being used presently came up. 2017’s event was expected to be held between 5th and 8th January in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

BMG group formed a joint venture with Itaú Unibanco named Banco Itaú BMG Consignado SA. Banco Itaú BMG Consignado SA was started with a capital of R $ 1 billion. Itaú Unibanco controls seventy percent of voting capita stock and contributed R $ 700 million while the BMG group controls the remaining thirty percent and contributed R $ 300 million to make the total billion. Marcio believed operations could increase by R $ 300 million with the joint venture as compared to when BMG group was alone; he was appointed the new commercial director.

Marcio Alaor graduated from the Instituto Metosista Benett with a degree in business administration in 1989. He gives back to the community by helping a lot of people from his hometown Santa Antonio Do Monte; he has supported different initiatives; giving financial aid and even help in building the town’s development. The people honored him by naming a food court after him. Marcio has a big heart and he is loved by everyone especially in his hometown.

Investment Bankers Like Martin Lustgarten Important for M&A

When any company has done well and is looking to grow quickly beyond their current level, they often look to Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A) to leverage another company into their own. The most important step of the M&A process is an accurate valuation of the net value of an interesting company, ripe for such a change. Many people are unaware the best expertise in evaluating and analyzing a business are investment bankers, especially well seasoned veterans of M&A research, such as Martin Lustgarten. He is tops in his field with a track record for detecting real value in a company as opposed to simply believing the target companies press releases and public-facing spiel.


Lustgarten considers every aspect of a likely M&A candidate company. He looks at the property owned, the inventory kept, and all the liquid assets a business possesses in order to arrive at an accurate valuation for it in the market. This work requires a sort of Michelangelo Man, in that knowledge and skills in several different areas are required to do a comprehensive job as a M&A analyst. He has many successful examples of his work for many happy clients. They made the smart choice of hiring Lustgarten to perform part of the “due diligence” a Board of Directors requires before committing to either acquiring a target company or merging the business with that company.


As one of the best asset determination professionals in America, Martin Lustgarten has made a great career and built up his own investment bank. In his long career, innumerable client businesses have brought him in to apply his detailed process and produce a final valuation report that they can rely upon to help make the final M&A decisions. He has also assisted many private businesses in going public on stock markets. Some of his work involves helping clients make complex transactions with stocks, bonds, and assets, and always finding value where the company’s management has missed it.

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