Georgiana Rothier (Brazil) works for more than 25 years in the financial market. She is currently a partner at Turim Multi Family Office.
She served as a director at Credit Suisse in the Private Banking Wealth Management division. Georgiana joined Hedging Griffo in 2001 and became a partner in 2004. Previously, she worked at BTG Pactual.
Georgiana has a degree in Business Administration and a postgraduate degree in Finance from the Instituto Brasileiro de Capital Markets (IBMEC).
In addition, Georgiana is an advisor at the Museum of Modern Art in São Paulo (MAM SP), being part of the Financial and Funding Committee, Pivô Arte e Pesquisa and the Ybytu residency in Brazil and is part of the international council of the New Museum in New York. It is part of the patron program at the Pinacoteca. She also acts as a mentor at the Quintessa Institute. accelerator of social businesses that aims to consolidate, expand and foster the development of this sector in Brazil.
Bernardo Faria (Brazil) is an entrepreneur and an art collector who lives between New York and São Paulo.
His collection is focused on the intersection of art and technology, and their impacts.
Bernardo was a partner and managing director of Foxbit, one of the largest exchanges of bitcoins from Brazil. Before Foxbit he was an investor and COO of Acesso Soluções of Payment, Brazil, a company focused on innovative payment solutions.
Bernardo has a degree in Business Administration and a postgraduate degree in business from IBMEC and also participated in the executive program at Singularity University, specializing in blockchain by Columbia University.
He is a member of the Board of Pivô Arte e Pesquisa and of the Ybytu residence in Brazil. And the International Council of the New Museum in New York.
He is also part of the group of patrons at the Pinacoteca.