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The BNDES System

The BNDES has three integral subsidiaries: FINAME, BNDESPAR and BNDES PLC. Together, the four companies comprise the BNDES System.

FINAME’s resources are earmarked for financing purchase and sales operations and exports of Brazilian machinery and equipment, as well as imports of goods of the same nature produced overseas. Its activities are developed in conjunction with the collaboration of the BNDES, which in turn is responsible for FINAME. However, the management of this agency is responsibility of its Administrative Board.

BNDESPAR is a business corporation, which has been established as an integral subsidiary of the BNDES. It carries out capitalization operations of undertakings controlled by private groups, while abiding by the BNDES’ plans and policies.

Among the other goals, the subsidiary is responsible for contributing to the strengthening of Brazil’s capital market by expanding the offer of securities and democratizing the ownership of company capital.

For further details on the structure of BNDESPAR and FINAME, please refer to the Basic Legislation of the BNDES System.

Please read further information on BNDES PLC.

 



Recent News  Recent News
03/12/2015
BNDES launches the Cinema 2015 Call-for-Submission to provide R$ 14 million in support for 17 movies
On March 12, the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) released the 2015 Cinema Call-for-Submission, which will invest R$ 14 million to produce 17 new movies. The newest aspect this year is the inclusion of a category aimed at Brazilian film production companies in co-productions with other Latin-American countries, awarding the winner R$ 500,000.
03/11/2015
BNDES approves R$ 30.6 million from the Amazon Fund to combat illegal deforestation
On March 11, the Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) signed a R$ 30.6 million contract for non-reimbursable resources from the Amazon Fund to provide physical and operational support to the Environmental Operations Company, part of the National Public Security Force of the Ministry of Justice.