Undoubtedly, investing in Brazil is a rewarding experience, but global market watchdogs have reservations. A leading U.S.-based rating agency Standard-and-Poor’s have presented a recent review in the nation’s future in the finance market. Brazil surprised the world after it overcame an overwhelmingly stressful financial depression and fully recovered in 2010. Today, the nation’s financial market future is greatly influenced by politics. It reached “investment grade” rank in 2008 after controlling and reducing debts. The ruling government “Workers’ Party” has established alliances that keep the nation’s economic welfare in a positive light.
With the recent developments of a threatened alliance, it’s crucial to re-assess investment options before investing in Brazil. Global financial market watchdogs hope this blows over quickly and Brazil survives this phase successfully. According to them, Brazil has corrected numerous policies and a political shift could steer these efforts in another direction. No doubt, foreign investors often describe Brazilian investment markets as an overwhelming platform, but with expert guidance success is imminent. It has survived the toughest economic struggles. It’s been a little over a decade since the macroeconomic industry became stable in 2003. Shortly after it began a debt reduction campaign, which generated a fruitful outturn and later boosted its foreign reserves.
As the nation with the 6th wealthiest global economy, Brazil attracts a vast investors’ population, especially for ethanol, iron-ore and more. China is a largely invested in Brazil’s resources, particularly a key investor of raw materials to product consumer and industrial goods. Zeca Oliveira is a renowned Brazilian investor who’s had enormous success investing in Brazil. At Bridge Trust, a leading financial consultancy, Oliveira, the firm’s active president takes care of resource and fund management activities. Oliveira’s firm recently formed an alliance with the renowned financial group, Gradual Investimentos. It’s raised the financial group’s total asset value to an impressive $6.5 billion BRL (Brazilian Real).
Oliveira of Bridge Trust has over $900 million BRL in investment funds and became the firm’s chief management of operations over a year ago (May 2014). Fernanda Lima is still in the CEO (Chief-Executive-Officer) capacity at Gradual. Oliveira is managing assets valued at an estimated US $2.5-billion according to reports. In 1998 to 20013, Oliveira operated as BNY Mellon CEO, another top-level finance group. With the recent alliance he’s approved, it should benefit both Gradual and Bridge Trust. It’ll allow the companies to entertain cross-selling opportunities and maximize product sales while building clientele value.