Caraíve Group’s creation, its associates conceived the
organization to be efficient, with no loss to its legitimacy and
that, its bylaws establishes only two bodies: General Assembly and
General Assembly, which is composed by founders associates and
effective members, is the Group’s highest deliberative body and can
have ordinary meeting, once a year, and extraordinary meeting, by
requisition or request of legitimated persons.
Administrative Council, composed by the founders associates, by three
members elected among the effective members and by two elected
honorary members, is the deliberative and executive body, responsible
to conduct day-to-day issues relating to institutional activities. It
is formed by five positions directly elected by the General Assembly
for three-year mandates: a) president; b) secretary-general; c)
administrative secretary; d) secretary of finances; e) secretary of
the activities’ performances, the associates agreed that new
structures, endowed by certain portion of deliberative and executive
autonomy, should be created.
Brazilian Center of Economic Litigation (Caraíve arbitration), the
Study Group on Global Economy (Caraíve research) and the Service
Office (Caraíve services) have arisen.
virtue of operational difficulties, educational sector (Caraíve
Education) remained structurally bound to the Group until the High
Studies School can be formalized and have its functioning authorized.
Group has been institutionally drawn to operate at three fronts: a)
education and research; b) advising and consultancy; c) mediation and
four institutional brands, which are viewed at the beginning of the
page and that follows the own sites of each sector, are meaningful of
the idea that specific differences suit agility, but never fit the
excuse to eliminate its global purpose to promote fair development,
economic, social and environmental balanced, which is the Group’s