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Banco Boavista InterAtlntico S.A.  
Mission Our principal objective is to consolidate our position as the leading private full service financial institution in the Brazilian market, increasing our profitability, maximizing our shareholders’ value and generating an above-average return in comparison with other Brazilian financial institutions.

Banco Brascan S/A  
Mission To be one of the leading companies in the markets of its interest, aware of changes in the environment, amply compensating its shareholders and employees acknowledged by its customers for the quality of its services and products.

Banco Itau S.A.  
Banco Itaú Holding Financeira S.A. was founded in 1945, as the Banco Central de Crédito, later to become the Banco Federal de Crédito.

Banco Real  
The market in Brazilian society are evolving and require a new role of the banks. They should act as developers of a society that is economically efficient, socially just, politically democratic and environmentally sustainable. We want to change and we propose to be one of the leaders of this process in the market and in society.

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A Bank connected to the Rio Grande The Banrisul is a company focused on the promotion of economic and social development of the State of Rio Grande do Sul As multiple bank, operates in the areas commercial, and social development, given to all segments of society gaúcha.

HSBC Private Bank  
HSBC Private Bank is the world mark of the activities of Private Banking of HSBC Group. With overall performance and great tradition, the HSBC Private Bank is present in 25 countries on all continents, enabling even the most demanding customers the full attention to their expectations in the provision of financial services and management of investment, both in Brazil and in outside.

BNDES, the Development Bank  
National Bank of Economic and Social Development [BNDES] supports projects that present a direct impact in the improvement of Brazilian population's living conditions

Capital Merchant Bank  
This is the commitment that the trust MERCHANT BANK CAPITAL has with its customers. More than a set of rules of procedure, is the code of ethics that governs our company.


Pequenas Empresas / ABN AMRO Bank  
Customers of ABN AMRO Real Corretora, which need not necessarily be customers of the Bank, will have the assistance of professional post-graduate and professional sound track in the financial market. This team will give all the guidance and information needed to better manage their resources.

Banco Safra  
Banco Safra S.A. is a notable and respected player in the Brazilian and international banking sector, ranking sixth among the country’s largest private sector financial institutions in terms of total assets. The Bank is part of the larger Safra Group of banks and financial institutions.

Banco do Brasil  
Banco do Brasil S.A. is a major Brazilian bank headquartered in Brasília. The bank was founded in 1808 and is the oldest surviving bank in Brazil — one of the oldest of The Americas.

Banrisul is the largest bank in Southern Brazil and operates primarily in the state of Rio Grande do Sul (RS), over a network that serves 364 cities (73% of RS cities). The services, however, are extended to other localities of Brazil. Beyond the 339 agencies in RS state (49 in the state capital Porto Alegre, and 290 in the interior), the Banrisul is present in the Federal District and the following States: Bahia, Ceará, Minas Gerais, Paraná, Pernambuco, Rio de Janeiro, Santa Catarina, São Paulo and keeps a business-office in Buenos Aires and agencies in New York and Grand Cayman.

Caixa Econômica Federal  
Caixa Econômica Federal, also referred to as CAIXA, is a Brazilian bank, one of the largest government-owned financial institutions in Latin America.

Opportunity Asset Management  
Opportunity Asset Management (OAM) was founded in 1994 as a non-financial company, with the purpose of operating exclusively as an asset manager. The organization of the company with a sole operating purpose was only the first step toward implementation of a standard for asset management in Brazil, teaming up investment managers with broad experience and success.

Unibanco is the third largest private bank in Brazil. Unibanco stands for União de Bancos Brasileiros (Brazilian Banks Union). The bank was born in the southeastern state of Minas Gerais. Today, however, its headquarters are located in the city of São Paulo, as almost all other major banks are.

Active in Brazil since 2001, TrendBank Ltd. is an investment bank that provides its customers with highly customized and tailored business solutions. A proficient and qualified staff helps set the company apart from its competitors. TrendBank Ltd. also focuses on restructuring and revitalizing companies.

Banco ABC Brasil  
Banco ABC Brasil, controlled by Arab Banking Corporation (“ABC”) and with a branch on the Cayman Islands , is a multiple bank endowed to operate with commercial, investment, financial, housing loan and exchange portfolios. Our supporting structure includes a securities dealer and an administration and services company. Due to their synergetic operations, these companies can cover a broad spectrum of financial intermediation activities focused on Brazilian interests, adding to the financial services offered worldwide by the controlling company.

Banco BMC  
BMC Bank was founded in 1939 pela family Pinheiro nu city of Fortaleza, Ceara, like um varejo bank.

Banco BNL do Brasil  
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Banco Boreal S.A.  
Headquartered in Rio de Janeiro since its foundation, BOREAL DTVM assists its clients in their investment operations in the local and international markets.

Banco Bradesco (Bradesco Bank)  
Banco Bradesco was founded in 1943 as a commercial bank under the name “Banco Brasileiro de Descontos S.A.”. In 1948, we entered a period of intense expansion, which made us becoming Brazil’s largest commercial bank in the private sector at the end of the 1960s. We expanded our activities nationwide during the 1970s, conquering Brazilian urban and rural markets. In 1988, we incorporated our housing loan subsidiaries, our investment bank, and our finance company, making us a multiple bank and then we changed our name to Banco Bradesco S.A.

Banco Brascan  
Brascan Bank was founded in 1989 com o nome de Capitaltec Bank SA, is becoming-uma das instituições financeiras innovative but not Brazil. Ao along two years, adquiriu em deep knowledge of various areas of atuação, oferecendo a seus Financial services clients, assessoria and execution of the first quality and a leading company privatizações em, we níveis municipal, state and federal levels. Not beginning of 1998, signed a strategic association with or Mellon ampliou significantly as growth prospects do Banco Brascan

Banco Cacique S/A  
satisfatoriamente gives Central meios de Atendimento or other communication, as well as identify oportunidade of melhorias for higher satisfação two customers

Banco do Brasil  
When Brazil or passou a seat em da Coroa 1808, with its vinda do prince D. João or to Rio de Janeiro, or Country ganhou an ally to build your future. D. João trouxe to imprensa, you opened portos and created or Banco do Brazil. Em almost two centuries of existence, or BB participou always strongly gives the history and culture brasileiras.

Banco Capital  
Banco Capital is one of the largest banks in Brazil.

Banco Icatu  
Icatu Hartford is the independent company with greater growth us bouquets of Insurance, Previdência, Capitalização Resources and Administration.

Banco Santander  
Oferece differentiated strategies and innovative solutions through complexity gives figures do financeiro overall.

BancoCidade is one of the private bank in Brazil.

Mission Meet the needs of information and financial services to its clients contributing to the promotion of sustainable development of the state of Sergipe.