PremiumHumberto Pedrosa: “I will take my place again in the administration of TAP”

The need to clarify the Statute of the Public Manager led Humberto Pedrosa to resign from the presidency at TAP SA, so as not to jeopardize the closing of David Neeleman's exit deal.

In order not to jeopardize the closing of David Neeleman's exit agreement from TAP, the private shareholder, Humberto Pedrosa, left the management of the company, which became majority owned by the State. At issue is the need to clarify the Statute of the Public Manager with regard to non-executive directors such as the owner of the Barraqueiro group who owns 22,5% of the airline. Speaking to Jornal Económico (JE), a Portuguese businessman guarantees: “After clarifying the regime of the public manager, I will take my place again”.

 

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