According to Felipe Montoro Jens, Specialist for Infrastructure Projects, the federal government has announced that there would be an auction scheduled for the 3rd and 4th quarter of 2018. There is a total of 57 projects that will be given to the private sector which will have a capital outlay of R$44 billion in 22 industries recorded by the PPI or Program of Partnerships and Investments.
One half or more of the aforementioned projects from the 22 industries will be awarded for the second half of 2018. The said projects are Guarulhos in Sao Paolo, Galeao in Rio de Janeiro, Confis in Belo Horizonte, the Infraeros’s stake sale in Brasilia’s airports, and the auction for the Congonhas Airport in Sao Paulo. As of the moment, says Felipe Montoro Jens, the public company has a 49% stake in the association that has the privilege of the cited stations.
Montoro Jens specifically said that BR-153, which is the highway between Alianca (TO) and Anapolis (GO), whose rights were canceled by the Galvao Group is likewise on the list of the government’s concessions. And as per the Ministry of Transport, the proposed offers for the project will be scheduled for the last three months of Michel Temer’s tenure in office. Learn more about Felipe Montoro Jens at terra.com
In addition to this Felipe Montoro Jens remarked that another highway would be auctioned at the end of 2018 to a private entity. The said highway is the BR-364 and approximately 800 kilometers in length, which lies between Porto Velho (RO) and Comodoro (MT). Within the same specified period, the auctions for Belem (PA), Vila de Conde (PA), Paranagua (PR) and Vitoria (ES) are anticipated to transpire.
Felipe Montoro Jens also pointed out that the government did not disclose how it will sell some companies like the Docks of Espirito Santo, Casemg, Ceasaminas, and Mint. However, the privatization of the state-owned entities is programmed for the year-end of 2018. He said that the Minister of the Secretary-General of the Presidency, Moreira Franco revealed that the reason for the Mint’s auction is because of the enhancement of technology. Learn more: http://maringa.odiario.com/politica/2017/03/felipe-montoro-jens-fala-sobre-parcerias-publico-privadas-no-brasil/2348581/
If you are looking to take a leisure visit in Dubai, the recently launched Reva Residence is the place to stay. The residence offers one and two bedroom luxury apartments with exclusive views of the beautiful canals, world-class facilities at convenient prices and is located right at the core of Dubai. The residences are also located near sought-after design stores and offer the best when it comes to the styling of the apartments, space, relaxation facilities like swimming pools, saunas, gymnasiums an area specifically designed for children’s play, an outdoor patio and easy access to a wide array of comfort facilities and tranquil environment. These residences are a recent project by DAMAC properties.
A DAMAC property is a luxury real estate firm that works in the Middle East. It has been in existence for the past one and a half decade providing luxurious properties for residential, commercial and leisure purposes in nations all around the Middle East and the United Kingdom. Over the years DAMAC has created a strong portfolio for itself by successfully being in charge of the development of more than twenty thousand homes both residential and hotel rooms. For this reason, it is one of the leading luxury real estate developers in the Middle East. DAMAC is owned and run by its CEO Hussain Sajwani.
Mr. Sajwani is a 64-year-old billionaire Emirati citizen with a degree in industrial engineering and economics from the Washington University on a scholarship. After working in the finance department for various companies for close to two decades after his studies, Hussain founded DAMAC properties which ended up to be a huge success in the real estate industry. Hussain is respected and recognized around the world for being on the Gulf Business list of the hundred most influential individuals in Arab. He has also won multiple awards like the property CEO of the year in 2017 for his work at DAMAC.
With an entrepreneur for a father, Hussain Sajwani learned a thing or two about business while growing up hence his current success as a mogul and his 4.2 billion dollars net worth.
JHSF Participacoes SA is a leading real estate developer in Brazil. Since its inception in 1972, JHSF has contributed significantly towards residential and commercial incorporation, development and administration of shopping centers, luxurious hotels, and international business airport. JHSF currently has over 1000 employees and is recognized for its ability to identify new opportunities in the market. JHSF often focuses on the delivery of sustainable solutions in all its projects while maintaining quality and innovative ideas.
JHSF comprises of four business units namely Shopping Center, Incorporations, Fasano Hotel & Restaurants, and Airport. In April 2007, JHSF, the 42-year-old real estate developer ranked among the highest Corporate Governance segment of the Bovespa. As JHSF scaled globally, it consolidated its presence in capital cities such as Sao Paulo, Manaus, Salvador, and beyond Brazil in Punta Del Este in Uruguay, and Miami and New York in the United States. JHSF has recently launched several projects centered on the development and administration of shopping malls, luxury hotels, and the Catarina Integrated Urban Development. Besides, JHSF would also oversee the Catarina Executive Airport and Catarina Fashion Outlet. That has helped to increase JHSF’s revenue significantly.
JHSF was founded in 1972 by two brothers, Fabio and Jose Roberto Auriemo in partnership with two other partners. Following a split among the shareholders in 1990, Fabio Auriemo took control of the JHSF. Under his leadership, Fabio Auriemo continued a legacy started in 1972 to transform the real estate industry. In 2001, JHSF rose to a new challenge by venturing into shopping malls administration. In fact, JHSF was responsible for the construction and operation of Shopping Mentro Santa Cruz in Sao Paulo.
Two years later, Jose Auriemo, the eldest son of Fabio took over as JHSF’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at the age of 27. Jose Auriemo would focus on the luxury and high-income market. Jose Auriemo is an alumnus of the Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) University in Sao Paulo. He joined JHSF in 1993 and worked his way up to the position of the company’s Chaiman and Chief Executive Officer. In fact, Jose Auriemo secured the rights to develop the company’s first shopping destination, the Shopping Santa Cruz in 1998.