Two months before the end of work, the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) that investigates the plane crash that occurred with the Chapecoense team in 2016
In a statement to the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) that investigates the plane crash that occurred with the Chapecoense team in 2016 – the so-called Chapecoense CPI -, the vice president of logistics and operations at Caixa Econômica Federal, Antônio Carlos Ferreira, said: this Thursday (17) that, despite having contracts with one of the insurers of the crashed plane, Tokio Marine, the bank has no relationship with Chapecoense’s flight policy.
“On the specific case of the CPI issue, of the reinsurance of the Lamia aircraft involved in the tragic accident that killed Chapecoense leading players, journalists, as they were heading to the end of the 2016 South American Cup in Bolivia, I clarify that neither Caixa, nor the companies in the conglomerate have any connection with the insurance and reinsurance contracts in question. [O banco] does not know the terms and conditions of this instrument or any other commercial agreement signed between the companies involved”, he said.
The CPI pressures Caixa to terminate the contract with Tokio Marine, which is a partner in a new insurance company, XS3 Seguros SA, on the grounds that the company does not fulfill its commitments. “We want the eyes of Caixa Econômica and Petrobras to be indignant, as we are indignant, to assist the victims,” said the president of the CPI, Senator Jorginho Melo (PL-SC), citing Brazilian companies that are clients of the insurance company.
The Santa Catarina senator stressed that the idea is not to hold Caixa Econômica responsible, but to alert the bank about new contracts with insurance companies. “O compliance of your excellencies at Caixa must be rigorous with companies that operate in Brazil, that provide services, nothing more and nothing less, for Caixa Econômica Federal, for Petrobras, and who earn a lot of money”, he said.
Regarding the partnership with Tokio Marine, Caixa’s representatives said that, from a commercial point of view, all the governance steps were carried out and that there is nothing to discredit the company.
The court war has dragged on for six years. The families blame both the club and the insurance companies for not paying claims. Chapecoense alleges financial difficulties, in part caused by the air disaster.
At the end of last year, the club filed for judicial recovery – a regime in which debt payments are suspended to prevent the entity from closing its doors. The representatives of Tokio Marine say that they are not responsible for the reinsurance charged.
The crash of the Chapecoense flight in November 2016 in Colombia killed 71 people, including crew, players, coaching staff and journalists. They were heading to the Copa Sudamericana final in Medellín.
Next Thursday (24), Chapecoense’s CPI should hear José Adalberto Ferrara, president of Tokio Marine Seguradora, and the president of Petrobras, Joaquim Silva e Luna. They must clarify the guarantees offered to the families after the contracts with the insurance company and with the broker.
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