Marcos Mortari is a Brazilian journalist, with a graduation degree in International Relations at Fundação Escola de Sociologia e Política de São Paulo (FESPSP) and Investments and Private Banking at Ibmec (formerly Instituto Brasileiro de Mercado de Capitais). In 2015, he won the MPT Journalism Award from the Labor Prosecution Office for his work about violence against journalists in Brazil. After an experience as a political analyst for the private sector during the presidential election in 2014 and the first months of former president Dilma Rousseff's second mandate, he dedicated his career to developing the political coverage strategy for InfoMoney ‒ one of the most relevant media outlets in the Brazilian financial and economic fields. As a political reporter and editor, he developed the Barômetro do Poder (Power Barometer). This monthly pool compiles the perceptions and expectations of some of the most influential analysts and consultancies in the Brazilian political risk field. He also hosted the weekly podcast Frequência Política (Policial Frequency) in partnership with the political analysis team from XP Inc.