BNDES - Brazilian Development Bank
   




Financial Information

Historical data

The BNDES’ historical data contains information on the financial position, income statements, return ratios, loan portfolio and regulatory capital, compiled and organized since 2002.  Access the full spreadsheet.

The BNDES and the other financial institutions

See Main Financial Information and Ratios - Jun 18 (PDF - 99 kB).

Accounting Report - BNDES

2018 March June  September   
2017 March June  September  December
2016 March  June  September December
2015 March  June  September December
2014 March  June  September December
2013 March June  September December
2012 March  June  September December
2011 March  June  September December
2010 March  June  September

December - BR GAAP

December - IFRS

2009 June September December

 

Management Report - BNDES

Financial Statements

BNDES - BRGAAP

Individual and Consolidated Financial Statements
2018 June -
2017 June December
2016 June December
2015 June December
2014 June December
2013 June  December
2012 June December
2011 June December
2010 June December
2009 June December
2008 December
2007 December
2006 December
2005 December
2004 December
2003 December
2002 December
2001 December
Individual and Consolidated  Interim Financial Statements

BNDES - IFRS

BNDESPAR

FINAME

 

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Recent News  Recent News
02/07/2019
BNDES and Minister of Environment discuss the Amazon Fund and “Green Agenda”
The Amazon Fund contract signed during the morning, in the amount of R$ 9.3 million, aims to support the environmental regularization process in the nine states that make up the Brazilian Amazon. It will be executed by the Brazilian Foundation for Sustainable Development (FBDS), whose president of the Board of Trustees is the former mayor of Rio de Janeiro, Israel Klabin.
02/08/2019
Privatization agenda binds public and private partners in BNDES
The distributors Amazonas Energia, Boa Vista Energia, Cepisa, Ceal, Eletroacre and Ceron – federalized in the 1990s as part of the fiscal sanitation program of the States – were, in 2016, qualified by the Investment Partnerships Program (PPI), becoming eligible for privatization. It was then responsibility of the BNDES to execute such process. This role was defined in the National Privatization Program, according to Law no. 9491/1997.