Capital Markets

Banco ABC Brasil contributes to building a fair and more sustainable society. We promote sustainability through our operations and relationships with our clients. Below, we highlight some of our partnerships that have a sustainability contribution. These are operations focused on the development of infrastructure, such as improved sanitation and the construction of renewable energy generation sources. These projects contribute to the UN’s Agenda 2030 and directly impact some of its Sustainable Development Goals*:

 

Sanitation: SDG 6 – Clean Water and Sanitation

 

Energy: SDG 7 – Affordable and Clean Energy / SDG 13 – Climate Action

 

*There is no quantitative monitoring of the impact of the projects mentioned above to the SDGs, the classification of collaboration in the SDGs is based on the respective typology of each operation.

Sanitation

R$1,100 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
September, 2020

R$50 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
April, 2020

R$160 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
December, 2019

R$35 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
February, 2018

  • One of the largest private water and wastewater companies in Brazil, operating in more than 100 municipalities and serving over 16 million people
  • Operates in the water and sewage services management through partnerships with public and private companies, states and municipalities, complementing public investments for the universalization of water and wastewater in Brazil

Sanitation

R$200 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
March, 2021

R$350 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
October, 2020

R$300 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
September, 2020

R$102 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
April, 2020

R$580 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
July, 2019

R$70 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
January, 2017

Nascentes do Xingu
R$155 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
July, 2017

  • Serving more than 11.2 million people in 126 municipalities, from the North to the South of Brazil
  • Focuses on water supply in the regions where it operates and on treating 100% of the collected wastewater

Sanitation

R$150 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
May, 2020

R$140 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
September, 2019

R$100 mm in Promissory notes
Coordinator
August, 2019

R$250 mm in Debentures
Lead Coordinator
November, 2018

R$130 mm in Debentures
Lead Coordinator
December, 2017

  • Goiás State water and wastewater company, present in 226 municipalities, serving 5.9 million inhabitants with water supply and 3.9 million with sewage collection and treatment
  • Aiming to confirm its performance in favor of a sustainable world and the conduction of its daily activities in compliance with the 2030 Agenda (ODS), the Company became a participant in the United Nations Global Compact

Sanitation

R$600 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
March, 2019

  • Directly benefits a population of more than 2.7 million people (39% of the population of the State of Santa Catarina), in 195 cities in the Santa Catarina State (66% of the cities in the State) and 1 city in the Paraná State
  • Supplying treated water as well as collecting and treating wastewater, promoting health, comfort, quality of life and, sustainable development

Sanitation

R$45 mm in Debentures
Lead Coordinator
December, 2019

  • Responsible for the water and wastewater services of 22 neighborhoods in the western region of the municipality of Rio de Janeiro
  • Its field of action consists in the implementation, operation and maintenance of domestic sewage collection and treatment systems

Sanitation

R$700 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
July, 2018

  • Provides water supply and wastewater collection and treatment services
  • Operates in the State of Minas Gerais, totaling 629 municipalities

Sanitation

R$50 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
April, 2017

  • Operates in water supply and wastewater collection and treatment services in Brazil
  • It comprises 13 concessionaires, located in 15 municipalities, providing healthier conditions and quality of life to more than 4 million people

Water and Waste Management

R$270 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
March, 2021

  • Develops engineering solutions for the industrial market and infrastructure sectors
  • More than 500 projects already developed and executed in different Brazilian regions, as well as in Latin America
  • Its purpose is to transform the way engineering is done, placing sustainability as a protagonist

Solar Power Generation

R$207 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
December, 2019

  • Operates in solar energy generation, with solar plants in Brazil, Chile, Mexico and, Uruguay
  • Portfolio of 2.2 GW of projects contracted or in operational stage of construction

Wind and Solar Power Generation

R$100 mm in Promissory Notes
Sole Coordinator
August, 2016

  • Company that generates energy from renewable sources
  • It operates 105 assets, totaling more than 3.0 GW of installed capacity, distributed over 9 states in Brazil

Wind Power Generation

Ventos de São Jorge
R$45 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
May, 2017

  • Holding company composed of 5 SPEs, controlled by Echoenergia
  • Wind power plant located in Serra de Ibiapaba, in the Ceará municipality of Tianguá, with 77 wind turbines and 141 MW of installed capacity
  • Clean energy, with low implementation and operation impact, contributing to the surrounding communities - providing infrastructure, education and income generation

Wind Power Generation

Serras Holding
R$40 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
August, 2018

  • Holding company composed of 5 SPEs, controlled by Echoenergia
  • Wind power plant with a total of 128MW in installed capacity, located in the municipalities of Lagoa Nova, Cerro Corá, São Vicente, Tenente Laurentino Cruz, Bodó and Santana do Matos, in the State of Rio Grande do Norte
  • Clean energy, with low impact implementation and operation, contributing to the surrounding communities - providing infrastructure, education and income generation

Wind Power Generation

R$360 mm in Debentures
Lead Coordinator
April, 2019

  • Cutia Wind Power Plant: located in the municipalities of Pedra Grande and São Bento do Norte (State of Rio Grande do Norte) composed of 149 wind turbines, with 313 MW of capacity
  • Expanding the energy supply, favoring the region's economic development
  • Contributes with direct benefits to local populations, with extra income from renting the areas where the wind turbines are installed, and with tax revenues

Wind Power Generation

R$220 mm in Debentures
Coordinator
October, 2017

R$80 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
March, 2017

Potami Energia
R$42 mm in Debentures

Sole Coordinator
March, 2017

R$70 mm in Debentures
Sole Coordinator
May, 2016

  • Omega is the largest holder of renewable assets in Brazil
  • They operate in seven Brazilian states and in all energy submarkets, with 1,869 MW of installed capacity

Wind Power Generation

Força Eólica
R$95 mm in Promissory Notes

Sole Coordinator
March, 2017

Lagoa I
R$140 mm in Promissory Notes

Sole Coordinator
August, 2017

  • With a presence in 18 Brazilian states and in the Federal District, it operates by generating, transmitting, distributing, and selling electric energy
  • Força Eólica directly controls the holding companies Lagoa 1 (which operates the wind power plants Lagos 2 and Canoas) and Calango 6 (which operates the wind power plants Santana 1 and Santana 2)
  • The Lagoa I wind power plant consists of 15 wind turbines with an installed capacity of 31.5 MVA
  • With its efficiency, quality, security, sustainability, and respect towards the individuals, Neoenergia promotes the well-being and the development of society