BNDES - Brazilian Development Bank
   



Where am I? Home page  >>  The BNDES Abroad  >>  Foreign Trade

Foreign Trade

Supporting competitive Brazilian companies in the international market is a primary objective of the Brazilian government. Since 1990, the BNDES has been part of the successful efforts towards maintaining a market-based, competitive environment for Brazilian exporters. BNDES-exim provides Brazilian producers of goods and services with an important source of financing for trading with the rest of the world. Among BNDES-exim’s efforts, the increasing support of Brazilian companies trading in South America has been emphasized, in response to their strategy to strengthen commercial and financial ties across the continent.

The goal to support the development of a more dynamic export sector, integrated with the global market, also meets the objective of strengthening the domestic market, which operates as a powerful instrument for Brazilian companies to increase productivity and improve the quality of their goods and services.

BNDES-exim’s support to Brazilian export companies represents a significant contribution to achieving long-term sustainable development, by offering Brazilian businesses located abroad the financial instruments for fair (*) and successful undertakings.

(*) Brazil is an active member of the WTO and is part of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention.

BNDES-exim’s credit lines for foreign trade

In order to fulfill the demands of Brazilian exporters and companies investing abroad, the BNDES has created the following credit lines, offering competitive conditions for the internationalization of Brazilian companies.

Credit lines for exports of goods and services

The BNDES also provides support for Brazilian companies established abroad.

Also visit


 



Recent News  Recent News
08/12/2021
BNDES triples profit and attracts resources from the private sector for national development
The Bank attracts billionaire investments in concessions, such as sanitation in Rio, and financing for partnership projects. Gain from disposals of Vale's participating debentures and equity interests positively influenced the result. The BNDES transferred BRL 75.9 billion to the Treasury by July, including advance payments and ordinary payments, dividends and taxes. Profit in the quarter reaches BRL 5.3 billion, accumulating BRL 15.1 billion in the half year.
05/13/2021
BNDES profit continues to rise and disbursements grow to meet needs during the crisis
R$ 9.8 billion in positive result is over 70% higher than in the first quarter of 2020. Recurring profit, which does not consider extraordinary effects, such as asset sales, is R$ 2.4 billion. More than half of the credit negotiated by BNDES went to green economy and social development. Project Factory advances with sanitation in Rio and other projects