Edition 40 | focus: Financing InstrumentsThere are many alternatives to finance projects in Brazil. SWISSCAM introduces some institutions that offer favorable credit lines.
71 | 01/2013 | Edition 71 | focus: corporate image
70 | 10/2012 | Edition 70 | focus: Swiss business in Brazil
69 | 08/2012 | Edition 69 | focus: infrastructure
68 | 04/2012 | Edition 68 | focus: human capital
67 | 01/2012 | Edition 67 | focus: information technology
66 | 10/2011 | Edition 66 | focus: energy
65 | 07/2011 | Edition 65 | focus: sport
64 | 03/2011 | Edition 64 | focus: health
63 | 12/2010 | Edition 63 | focus: best places in Switzerland
62 | 10/2010 | Edition 62 | focus: interculturality
61 | 07/2010 | Edition 61 | focus: aviation
60 | 04/2010 | Edition 60 | focus: town planning
59 | 12/2009 | Edition 59 | focus: government - Brazil and Switzerland
58 | 10/2009 | Edition 58 | focus: education
57 | 07/2009 | Edition 57 | focus: senior citizens
56 | 03/2009 | Edition 56 | focus: transport and logistics
55 | 12/2008 | Edition 55 | focus: food
54 | 10/2008 | Edition 54 | focus: recycling and sustainability
53 | 08/2008 | Edition 53 | focus: energy
52 | 05/2008 | Edition 52 | focus: water
51 | 02/2008 | Edition 51 | focus: security
50 | 10/2007 | Edition 50 | focus: tourism
49 | 08/2007 | Edition 49 | focus: health
48 | 04/2007 | Edition 48 | focus: design
47 | 12/2006 | Edition 47 | focus: communication
46 | 10/2006 | Edition 46 | focus: Research and development
45 | 07/2006 | Edition 45 | focus: Women´s Edition
44 | 04/2006 | Edition 44 | focus: Transportation and Infastructure
43 | 12/2005 | Edition 43 | focus: marketing
42 | 08/2005 | Edition 42 | focus: energy
41 | 06/2005 | Edition 41 | focus: Tourism in Brazil
40 | 03/2005 | Edition 40 | focus: Financing Instruments
39 | 12/2004 | Edition 39 | focus: Human Resouces
38 | 09/2004 | Edition 38 | focus: Exporting to Switzerland
37 | 06/2004 | Edition 37 | focus: Sustainability
36 | 05/2004 | Edition 36 | focus: Large Swiss companies in Brasil
35 | 09/2003 | Edition 35 | focus: Sao Paulo
34 | 07/2003 | Edition 34 | focus: Sport - Wellness - Lifestyle
33 | 02/2003 | Edition 33 | focus: Switzerland Tourism
32 | 01/2003 | Edition 32 | focus: bilateral trade
31 | 01/2003 | Edition 31 | focus: tourism
focusThe moment of trade finance in Brazil. What is the relationship between a sandwich you eat at a restaurant in Sao Paulo and an international bank?
Gustavo Falcão Pires
BNDES. BNDES aims at fostering the country’s economic and social development. Last year, the segment that showed the most significant growth was that of micro, small and medium-sized businesses, in which BNDES invested R$ 12.6 billion in 128,374 operations, representing a 25% increase compared to 2003, and 32% of the total amount invested by the bank.
Project Finance. Increasingly, project financing is emerging as the preferred alternative to conventional methods of financing infrastructure and other large-scale projects worldwide.
Andreas Sprecher, Adrian Calvert
Helping you deal with risks – The Swiss Export Risk Guarantee. The Export Risk Guarantee (ERG) is an instrument used by the Swiss Confederation to promote Swiss exports. The ERG scheme can provide cover against selected risks that arise from uncertain political or economic conditions in a buyer country. It is easily accessible for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises (SME).
Hans R. Wüthrich
Swiss exports to Brazil. Rules and procedures for financing Swiss exports to Brazil.
Herbert K. Wight
Credit lines for the Northeast. Banco do Nordeste's mission is to foster continuous and sustainable economic growth in the North-east, through providing long-term lowinterest credit to companies of all sizes and sectors.
Regina Tanner, Paulo von Scala
Partnering with the Swiss SME Investor: The seco Start-up Fund (SSF). The SSF was established by seco (the Swiss State Secretariat For Economic Affairs) to facilitate Swiss SMEs' investment in developing and transition countries.
legalFunding Public-Private Partnerships (PPP). For PPPs to be viable, helping Brazil to attract the necessary investments for the country’s growth, we need solid and clearly defined financing structuring mechanisms.
Antonio Felix de Araujo Cintra, Cláudia Elena Bonelli
brazilian economy“No savings account freezing, no confiscation, no shocks”. How Brazil, against all odds, beat inflation thanks to the Plano Real. The first part of this article was published in issue 39 of the SWISSCAM magazine.
caseDEG – Smart capital for private investors. DEG provides long-term credit and/or equity capital to German, European and Brazilian companies.
Edson Misao Furuiti
Amanco benefits from the Cresce Nordeste Program from Banco do Nordeste: company invests R$ 20 million to set up a plant in Suape in northeastern Brazil. Amanco Brazil, the Brazilian subsidiary of the Swiss group Amanco Holdings, and manufacturer of the Akros Fortilit products, is one of the leading manufacturers of hydrosanitary products, plastic pipes and connections in Latin America with more than 1.600 collaborators in Brazil.