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Braskem’s Fernando Musa: cleaning up after a crisis

February 26, 2018
Energy & Chemical Value Chain

As a former McKinsey consultant with an MBA, Fernando Musa knew about the theory of management — but it was only when he was thrust into the chief executive role at Braskem, the Brazilian petrochemical group, that he learnt how to lead.

His predecessor, Carlos Fadigas, had become embroiled in a massive corruption scandal. The company needed a new figure at the helm urgently.

> Read the full article on the Financial Times website

By Joe Leahy

Source: Financial Times

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