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BNDES board of directors is composed of the following members: president and directors, all appointed by the President of the Republic.

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Paulo Rabello de Castro
The Privatization and Risk Management divisions report directly to the President.

Head of the President’s office
Solange Paiva Vieira

Deputy head of the President’s office
Fátima Regina França Farah 


Board of directors


Cláudia Pimentel Trindade Prates
Director of the Industry and Services and Basic Industries divisions.



Ricardo Luiz de Souza Ramos
Director of the Administration and Human Resources division; Foreign Trade and Guarantee Funds division; and Indirect Operations division.



Carlos Thadeu de Freitas Gomes
Director of the Controllership and Financial and International divisions.



Eliane Aleixo Lustosa
Director of the Capital Markets Investment division and Capital Markets Monitoring division.



Marilene de Oliveira Ramos Múrias dos Santos
Director of the Energy, Public and Socioenvironmental Management, and Sanitation and Transport divisions.



Carlos Alexandre Jorge Da Costa
Director of the Credit division; Planning and Research division; and Information Technology division.



Marcelo de Siqueira Freitas
Managing Director of the Legal Department.


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Recent News  Recent News
BNDES holds a Public Hearing on Lotex concession on September 26
The instant lottery business is based on a previously established and known prize structure that generates printed or virtual tickets. No external event is needed (such as a draw) for bettors to find out whether they have won.
BNDES and the French Development Agency establish a partnership on energy efficiency and climate change
The funds, already fully disbursed, financed five wind farms, the construction of a biomass-fired thermoelectric plant and expansion of another, and the modernization of two hydroelectric plants.