Brookfield in Brazil

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Brookfield ended 2018 with BRL 89 billion in assets under management, reflecting its continued commitment to Brazil and its position as one of the largest investors in the country. With operations in 20 states and 20,000 operating employees, Brookfield’s investments in Brazil include assets in different sectors.

 
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EVOLUTION OF ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT (IN BRL BILLION)

 
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EVOLUTION OF NET REVENUE (IN BRL BILLION)

 
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* Compound annual rate growth.

 
 

NUMBERS/HIGLIGHTS

 

BRL89B

IN ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT



+20.000

OPERATIONAL EMPLOYEES



120

YEARS OF PRESENCE IN BRAZIL



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ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT IN BRAZIL

 

INFRASTRUCTURE

BRL41.5B*

3,400 km of toll roads

4,800 km of railways, three ports and eight intermodal terminals

2,000 km of gas pipelines

4,300 km of power transmission lines*

8 data centers with 36 MW of operating capacity and 4,500 km of FIBER OPTICS**



PRIVATE EQUITY

BRL19.0B

sanitation operations serving 15 million people, operating 22 municipal water and sewage treatment assets

Construction and residential real estate development: 97,000 real estate buildings totaling 24 million sqm



Renewable Energy

BRL12.5B

42 HYDROPOWER generation plants

19 wind farms

4 biomass facilities



Real State

BRL9.0B**

439,000 sqm of leasable area in office buildings

230,000 sqm of leasable area in shopping malls

200,000 sqm of leasable area in logistic warehouses



Sustainable Resources

BRL7.0B

~665,000 acres of land for agricultural production

~700,000 acres of land for reforestation



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* It does not include a new lot of 1,200 km of lines in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, won in an auction held in December 2018; and acquisition of Ascenty data centers, an operation announced in 2018 and completed in March 2019.

** Does not include buildings acquired from the BC Fund, an operation completed in early 2019.