BNDES - Brazilian Development Bank
   




Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are the investments financed by the BNDES?
  2. What cannot be financed?
  3. Who can obtain financing from the BNDES?
  4. Does the BNDES finance foreign companies?
  5. Where can I get information on investments of foreign companies in Brazil?
  6. Which are the minimum requirements to request financing through the BNDES’ resources?
  7. Does the BNDES require investors to use any of own their resources in the financed undertaking?
  8. What are the specific cases when the BNDES finances individuals?
  9. Does the BNDES finance the export of goods produced in Brazil?
  10. Does the BNDES finance the acquisition of machinery and equipment manufactured outside Brazil?
  11. Does the BNDES finance the import of machinery and equipment manufactured in Brazil by foreign companies?
  12. Does the BNDES finance working capital?
  13. Does the BNDES carry out non reimbursable/unrecoverable operations?
  14. How is financing carried out with the BNDES’ resources?
  15. What financing operations are carried out directly with the BNDES?
  16. Which financing operations are carried out only through accredited financing institutions?
  17. Which accredited financing institutions are on-lenders of the BNDES’ resources?
  18. Does the BNDES carry out risk capital operations?
  19. How are the BNDES’ resources applied in corporate interests (stakes)?
  20. Does the BNDES monitor the application of the resources in a financed project?
  21. If a beneficiary does not prove the physical-financial performance of the financed project, and applies resources to a purpose other than that established in the formalized operational instrument, can they be penalized?
  22. What is the flow of financing operations that are contracted at the BNDES?
  23. What are the social and environmental policies of the BNDES?
  24. Does the BNDES finance environmental projects?
  25. Does the BNDES support projects in energy efficiency?
  26. Does the BNDES finance reforesting?
  27. What is BNDES’ policy to support Innovation?
Recent News  Recent News
08/08/2017
BNDES has been invited to be an Open Market Dealer for the Brazilian Central Bank
This is the first time BNDES will act as Dealer for BC, a status that is granted by the Brazilian Central Bank every six months to only 10 banks and two brokerage companies. The Dealer’s role is to mediate market transactions of the Brazilian Central Bank with government securities in matched operations, which allow the daily adjustment of the money supply and interest rates.
08/14/2017
BNDES registers a net income of R$ 1.34 billion in the first half of this year
The 92.7% reduction of the spending on investment losses and the higher return provided by the variable income portfolio in the form of dividends, equity accounting and disposals, were the main contributions of the result of the shareholdings, originating mostly from the subsidiary of BNDESPAR holdings.