Stephanie Tondo

Stephanie Tondo is a Brazilian journalist with 8 years of experience as a financial and economics reporter at the main newspapers in Rio de Janeiro. She covered the national Social Security Reform for Extra and O Globo, the largest newspaper in Brazil, where was part of the team that developed a chatbot designed to answer reader questions about the new retirement rules. Recently, she had been writing about the Brazilian financial market for O Globo and participated in the Brazilian stock exchange (B3) continuing education program in the capital market for journalists and opinion makers.

Interview: Sustainable Policies in the Amazon Benefit Business

ProMarket spoke with Natura & Co Latin America’s Global Sustainability Director Denise Hills about how her company, industry at large, and Brazil...

Bolsonaro’s reelection may become a setback for ESG in Brazil

Social pressures, market forces and elected leaders influence corporate decisions on environmental, social and governance (ESG) issues. Journalist Stephanie Tondo examines the...

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