:: BNDES registers a net income of R$ 11.1 billion in the first quarter of 2019
In addition to the expressive profit, the data for the first quarter of the year show the estimate of R$ 5.2 billion in taxes in the concept of competence, and R$ 7.1 billion in the concept of cash, thus substantially contributing to the federal government’s fiscal result in 2019.
:: BNDES disbursements grow 30% between January and March and total R$ 14.5 bi
The infrastructure sector, with emphasis on investments in electric power and transportation, grew 71% in the period and received R$ 7 billion Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises received R$ 6.25 bi (43.2% of total)
:: BNDES presents two new directors
On his behalf and the entire BNDES team, President Joaquim Levy appreciates the commitment, dedication and work done by directors Prates and Ramos, who "have contributed a lot to the Bank in their long careers at the institution."
:: BNDES registers a net income of R$ 6.7 billion in 2018
The result with dividends and interest on equity in 2018 was influenced by dividends and interest on equity received from Petrobras and Vale, in the amount of R$ 952 million and R$ 790 million, respectively.
:: BNDES and Ministry of Environment continue the assessment of operations of the Amazon Fund
The Minister of Environment is the president of the Amazon Fund Steering Committee (COFA), which completed 10 years in 2018.
:: BNDES allocates R$ 30 million from the Amazon Fund to register 55,000 rural properties in the state of Amazonas
The implementation of the Rural Environmental Registry is a public policy that reinforces the presence of the State alongside family agriculture producers, the project’s target population.
:: 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.
:: 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.
:: BNDES approvals grow 27% in 2018
The infrastructure sector stood out among the approvals in 2018, with a performance 60% higher than that observed in 2017 and a total of R$ 47.6 billion, just over 50% of approvals in the year.
:: BNDES offers emergency credit lines for cities in Minas Gerais
Through the line, businessmen can get a loan worth up to R$ 2.5 million.
:: Internet of Things: BNDES doubles budget for public notice and will support 15 pilot experiments
Supported with R$ 30 million, the solutions are intended for 32 cities in 11 Brazilian states
:: The main drainage system of Brazilian ethanol will receive R$ 1.81 billion financing from BNDES
After the completion of the new investment, scheduled for 2021, the fuel-carrying capacity will be expanded to more than 8 billion liters of ethanol per year.