Cassio Audio: an Interesting Transition from a Sensational Musician to an Accomplished Financial Executive

As a young man, Cassio Audi ventured into the music scene and established himself as a professional and respected musician. From the mid-1980s to 1989, he served as a drummer for a popular metal music band known as the Brazilian Metal Band Viper. He appeared in the two of the Viper’s albums. He also composed a hit song that was included in the Soldiers of Sunrise album.

Audi was famous and loved by his many heavy metal fans for his exceptional drumming talents and his impeccable accomplishment in making heavy metal music popular in Latin America. He joined Viper as a teenager and participated in many activities and performance orchestrated by the band for nearly a decade. Audi played an instrumental role in developing and popularizing the band.

Cassio Audi drew his motivation and inspiration from the Iron Maid and the famous British tune that borrowed many aspects from the heavy metal. His efforts and commitments paid off since his band gained massive recognition in the Latin America. It started to receive invitations to perform in several high-profile events and entertainment joints. The Viper brand broke into the global music scene after releasing an album known as The Killer Sword. The album comprised of interesting songs, such as the Princess from Hell, Killera, and the nightmare.

Career in the financial sector

After a successful musical career, Cassio Audi ventured into the financial sector. Has proved to be a talented, results-driven, and respected financial management specialist. He has not less than two decades of progressive experience and in-depth knowledge in managing public and private firms, turn-around cases, equity funds, and multi-billion dollar entities. On many occasions, Audi has demonstrated his capability to boost business operations to enhance growth, improve efficiency, and grow profit margins. He has exceptional leadership and interpersonal abilities that enable him to cultivate a stable relationship with both senior and junior employees.