BG GESTÃO INTELIGENTE
"World Class Project Funding and Business Expansion"
-Integrated by relationships into a network of highly solvent and bona fide financial institutions, insurers, credit markets and governments-
With headquarters in Brazil and Canada
WHO we are
BG Gestão Inteligente was founded by Mateus Barros Gomes, its current President and CEO. Mateus has a great network of relationships with governments in Brazil and Latin America, high-income individuals in Brazil and Europe, businessmen from various areas, financial institutions, international banking authorities, agribusiness, mining, oil and infrastructure sector, nationally and internationally.
WHAT we do
The company was created to serve and focus on the expansion of companies, connecting them to new markets at national or international level, inviting international companies that are of our strict relationship to get established in Brazil or expand their products in the national area as well as we maintain in our portfolio of relationships with high-income individuals and / or companies at national and international level seeking to connect interest between them. Also seeking financing to make companies' projects viable, prioritizing those that are sustainable in a professional and customized way.
For clients with sophisticated projects, we have financial strategies ranging from simplified to more complex ones that can be used through our network of relationships to achieve long-range goals in a constantly changing world.
WHERE we fund
Nationally and internationally through financial groups of our strict relationship.
WHY we can
Because we have gained trust in the market, gained experience and we are focused on maintaining a large number of highly important and key relationships.
We work in the areas of oil, mining specifically for gold and the pharmaceutical industry with specific Representation Mandates
Country of infinite opportunities
Brazil is the 5th largest country in territorial extension of the world, it is about 90% the size of the USA or Canada and almost all of Europe would fit in the area of Brazil. It borders 10 countries totaling 16,000km of international border, which facilitates the unity of large multinational projects. With 7,637km of coastline, tourism in the country is a well-developed area that can be explored even more.
Brazil is also the 8th largest economy in the world, has the 2nd largest GDP in the Americas equivalent to $ 2 trillion US dollars, it is the 2nd largest grain producer in the world, has inexhaustible water resources with one of the largest mineral reserves in the planet graphene , graphite and niobium which are key elements used in key technologies.
In addition, Brazil has the world's largest biodiversity in its environment, the world's second largest cattle industry, the world's largest hydroelectric power plant, has one of the largest oil reserves and pioneered a number of research projects related to oil extraction in deep water. The national oil company Petrobras has 930 patents active in Brazil and 1,145 abroad.
The industry of Brazil is extremely diversified, with great representation being of the automotive industry, textile, petrochemical, electronic machines, cement, construction, aircraft, food, mining, consumer goods and tourism.
Brazil is a peaceful country that has received thousands of immigrants in the last 100 years (German, Japanese, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, etc.), which gives Brazil a great cultural, religious and technological diversity. Brazil's international relations are excellent, which makes it a desirable country to enable global improvement projects.
In a country of this size, there is still a huge virgin space where sustainable projects can become reality and the opportunities to improve the nation's quality of life, health, education, housing and general infrastructure are immeasurable.
The Southern Common Market (Mercosur) began in 1991 and is an economic and political bloc composed of Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay that aims at the free movement of goods, services and productive factors between countries. Venezuela joined the bloc in 2012, but has been suspended since 2016 for violation of the bloc's Democratic Clause. Today the bloc is focused on pursuing economic prosperity with democracy, political stability and respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms.
Mercosur, if considered as a whole, would be the 5th largest economy in the world with a GDP of US $ 3.3 trillion, representing 72% of the South American territory (12.8 million km², equivalent to three times the area of the European Union) and 69.5% of the South American population.
The value of transactions between Mercosur countries is approximately US $ 20 billion per year, focusing on automobiles and grains.
Mercosur is the main recipient of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in the region because it is privileged for investment options of purchase, ownership and association of companies from the bloc.
The Southern Cone Area comprises of Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Southern Brazil and the Brazilian state of Sao Paulo and is the most prosperous macroregion in Latin America. It has high life expectancy, access to health and education, the highest Human Development Index in Latin America and has significant participation in global markets.
Home to some of the world's most biodiverse areas, Chile, Argentina and Uruguay are increasing the protection of millions of square kilometers of ocean. Marine Protected Areas (MPAs) are growing and now cover 8.4% of Latin America's oceanic territory.
The Southern Cone is transitioning to unconventional renewable energy resources. The rapid expansion of renewable energy sector in the area will allow countries to export excess production to their neighbors, facilitated by a strong regulatory framework to facilitate cross-border trade in energy resources. In addition, by creating a regional market that is fully integrated with renewable energy products, a crucial backup is established for features such as wind and solar power that are inevitably prone to daytime outages.
Tourism is another area that generates large income for the region, where Brazil receives 6 million, Argentina 3 million, Chile 7 million and Uruguay 2 million tourists annually.
Mercosur and the Southern Cone Area
North America, Europe and the World
Latin America has grown globally as a diversified and attractive destination for investors looking to expand globally and take their business to the next level. Where the local population is highly educated, the government welcomes foreign participation in a variety of sectors and natural resources abound.
Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has focused on investments compatible with sustainable development and, in 2017, comprised US $ 161.673 billion. Abundant natural resources make LAC a highly desirable investment destination for China, with about 57.6% ($ 62.7 billion) of China's LAC FDI from 2005 to 2017 flowing into the energy sector.
The United States and China individually invest more than 50% of their international investments in Brazil where energy and infrastructure are the areas of highest investment.
For FDI recipient countries, the benefits include job creation, technology transfer, infrastructure development, and skills transfer and development. Brazil stands out as the main destination of FDI receiving more than 50% of investments destined to Latin America.
Funding from US companies in Brazil generates more than 10,000 jobs a year, mainly in IT.
Canada is also a major investor in Brazil, with investments of US $ 8.8 billion registered in 2017. In that same period Brazilian exports to Canada corresponded to US $ 2.7 billion and imported US $ 1.8 billion.
In March 2019, Brazil and Canada signed a Letter of Intent to work on launching the first private sector biodiversity impact investment for the Amazon. The fund, to be largely financed by the private sector, aims to leverage $ 100 million in hard-to-reach, high-risk investment to stimulate successful business that aligns with forest and biodiversity conservation. A big step towards the sustainability of the planet.
The European Union (EU) is also a very important representative for the development of the economy of Latin American countries.
EU exports to the four Mercosur countries totaled € 45 billion in 2018. Mercosur exports to the EU were € 42.6 billion in 2018. Mercosur's largest exports to the EU in 2018 were agricultural products and meat. EU exports to Mercosur include machinery, transport equipment, chemicals and pharmaceuticals. Exports from Brazil to the EU accounted for 18% of total exports during this same period.
On June 28, 2019, the EU was the first major partner to sign a trade agreement with Mercosur. The deal will impact a combined population of over 780 million and will consolidate close political and economic relations between the EU and Mercosur countries. It represents a commitment by both regions to rule-based international trade and will give European companies a breakthrough in a market with enormous economic potential.
The EU-Mercosur agreement will eliminate most tariffs on EU exports to Mercosur, making EU companies more competitive by saving them € 4 billion in duties per year.