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BNDES London

The office opened in London in November 2009 (BNDES PLC) is the realization of the Bank’s arrival to one of the main financial centers in the world, representing one more step of the institution’s expansion efforts outside Brazil. The purpose of the office is to increase the Bank’s visibility in the international financial community and effectively support Brazilian companies undergoing the internationalization process or those searching for opportunities in the international market.

In addition to becoming a point of reference and support for Brazilian companies that already have global presence, the office in London is the bridge between international investors and the great investment opportunities offered by Brazil, which is largely investing in infrastructure, the sophisticated industrial sector and agribusiness with incomparable competitiveness in global terms.


6-8 Tokenhouse Yard - 4th floor
London - United Kingdom
Tel.: +44 20 7151 3650
Fax: +44 20 7151 3674


Recent News  Recent News
BNDES approves R$ 2.3 bn in financing for Fibria’s new pulp production plant
The Brazilian Development Bank (BNDES) approved financing for Fibria-MS Celulose Sul Mato-Grossense, in the amount of R$ 2.3 billion to implement a new production line for whitened eucalyptus pulp in the city of Três Lagoas (MS), with a nominal capacity of 1,750 tons/year. The project includes acquiring wagons, locomotives as well as nationally-produced machinery and equipment, besides social investments in areas affected by the company.
BNDES’ disbursements total R$ 18.1 billion in 1Q
The BNDES’ disbursements reached R$ 18.1 billion in the first quarter of this year, down 46% compared to the same period in 2015. Consultations, which totaled R$ 23.5 billion, dropped 7%, showing that the fall is slowing. The same result was posted in eligibilities, which reached R$ 22.7 billion, declining 4% in a quart-on-quarter comparison. Approvals, at R$ 13.5 billion in 1Q16, plummeted 37%.