BRAZIL BOUTIQUE - Creating a Niche

BRAZIL BOUTIQUE - Creating a Niche

Brazil Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

The most recent awards period was not especially active for specialist intermediaries in Brazil, with the big banks taking a very large share of the domestic M&A transactions. But Estáter, founded in 2003 by a group led by Pércio de Souza, has worked on its fair share of deals over the qualifying period. These included a $450 million capitalization for Tecsis, a maker of wind turbine blades, that brought in investors such as Unipar, Bradesco’s Bradespar investment fund and Estáter’s own investment fund. In December of 2010, it advised Brazilian internet service provider UOL on an expansion that took it into Colombia. UOL spent 720 million reais to buy Diveo Broadband networks. Diveo prov

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