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New BNDES President Once Charged for Breaking Down Condominium Gates

By Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Gustavo Montezano, 38, the new president of the BNDES (National Bank for Economic and Social Development), was sentenced to pay compensation for material and moral damages to a condominium in which he lived in São Paulo.

He broke down the building's two gates at dawn in October 2015, according to first and second instance court decisions, because he wished to carry on celebrating his birthday party that had begun elsewhere, with over 30 guests.

According to judge Guilherme Ferreira da Cruz, security camera footage from the site depicted scenes "similar to . . .

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