February 2, 2023
Bradesco, Ambev, B3 and more companies agreed to pay dividends and interest on equity;  Acquisitions, the new CEO of Ecorodovias and other highlights

Bradesco, Ambev, B3 and more companies agreed to pay dividends and interest on equity; Acquisitions, the new CEO of Ecorodovias and other highlights

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Corporate news on Friday (10) highlights the dividends for Bradesco (BBDC4), B3 (B3SA3), Ambev (ABEV3), Cemig (CEMIG) and Dexco (DXCO3).

Simpar (SIMH3) has released investment forecasts for the company and its subsidiaries.

Petrobras (PETR4; PETR3) has announced that it will receive from Equinor the final payment of $950 million related to the sale of the BM-S-8 block.

Enjoei (ENJU3) has signed an agreement to acquire Gringa Intermediação de Negócios. Camil (CAML3) acquired Silcom through its subsidiary SAMAN in Uruguay, while Vamos (VAMO3) acquired HM Empilhadeiras.

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Petrobras (PETR4; PETR3) has announced that it will receive from Equinor the final payment of $950 million related to the sale of the BM-S-8 block.

The oil company sold its total stake (equivalent to 66%) in the BM-S-08 block to Equinor, for $2.5 billion.

B3 has agreed to pay interest on equity, in a total amount of R$302.3 million, which is equivalent to a net amount of R$0.04231075 per share.

Payment will be made on January 7, 2022 and will be based on contribution status on December 30, 2021.

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In addition to JCP, B3 will pay a dividend in the amount of R$907.6 million, equivalent to R$0.14945197 per share.

Dividends will be paid on December 30, 2021 and will be based on the contribution status on December 20, 2021.

The company also approved a buyback program of up to 250 million shares of common stock.

Bradesco Corporation (BBDC4) has agreed to pay dividends in the aggregate amount of R$2.2 billion.

The dividend will include R$0.196595372 per common share and R$0.216254909 per preferred share.

For interest on equity, the corresponding amount is R$200 million, which is 0.019659537 per common share and 0.021625491 R$ per preferred share.

Shareholders registered in the company’s records on December 20 are entitled to the proceeds. Payment is scheduled for December 30th.

The members of the Ambev Board of Directors approved a dividend of R$0.1334 per share and interest on equity of R$0.4702 per share. The interest distribution will be taxed on equity in accordance with the current legislation, which will result in a net distribution of R$0.3996 per share.

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Payments will be made on December 30, 2021, based on the equity position on December 17 and December 21 in relation to the New York Stock Exchange. Shares, ADRs, excluding dividends, and JCP will be trading on December 20, 2021.

On December 29, Cemig (CMIG4) will pay dividends and interest on equity.

As part of the second installment of interest on equity, an amount of R$ 276.74 million will be paid, which is equivalent to R$ 0.18228802764 per subscriber/preferred share.

In addition, with reference to the second dividend, R$464.32 million will be paid, which is R$0.30584806747 per subscriber/preferred share.

Dexco expected to pay dividends and interest on equity related to the result for the year ending December at R$878.4 million.

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This payment will be calculated based on the final contribution status on December 14th. Payments will be made on December 23, 2021.

Simpar has agreed to estimate net capital expenditures for fiscal year 2022 to be between R$10 billion and R$12 billion.

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Resources will be directed primarily to the expansion of the light and heavy vehicle fleet and do not include acquisitions.

Sanepar (SAPR11) yesterday (9) approved an investment program for the period from 2022 to 2026 in the amount of R$9.07 billion.

In addition, the National Bank for Economic and Social Development (BNDES) has approved a loan of R$311.6 million to invest in Sanepar, the state-owned primary sanitation company in Paraná. Funding will go to the project to increase the sewage system in Bato Branco and Aarabungas, as well as to increase the water supply network in Londrina, Doiz Vicenhos, Impitova and Castro, and all the inner cities of Paraná.

According to BNDES, it is the first operation approved for a state water and wastewater company by the bank after the approval of the new sanitation regulatory framework, in 2020.

With Sanepar’s investment, 37,670 people will have access to the sewage network.

Silcom is acquired by Camil (CAML3) through its subsidiary SAMAN in Uruguay.

Founded in 1975, Silcom is a leading branded food company in dried fruits, vegetables, seeds, sauces and oils with annual sales of $23 million.

Enjoei (ENJU3) has signed an agreement to acquire Gringa Intermediação de Negócios. Founded in 2020 by Fiorella Mattheis, Gringa is an online platform that acts as a middleman in selling used luxury goods.

The operation took place in October 2021 GMV at an annual rate of R$18 million, with a growth of 330% year over year, and more than 140,000 visits to the platform per month.

“By acquiring Gringa, the company has furthered its growth strategy by expanding its portfolio and positioning itself in the growing and profitable luxury market, continuing to encourage product life extension and a circular economy.” company.

Oi has reported, subject to judicial reorganization, that its Board of Directors has approved the appointment of the independent company PriceWaterhouseCoopers Auditores to provide independent audit services in relation to the company’s accounting information for the period 2022-2024, to replace the independent BDO RCS Auditores.

“The Company explains that the contract with the PWC is taking place due to the 5-year period set forth in Art. 31 of CVM Resolution 23/2021, and had a favorable opinion of the Audit, Risks and Controls Committee, as well as the approval of the BDO, consistent with the requirements of CVM Resolution 23/2021. PWC’s work will begin with a review of Oi’s quarterly information for the first quarter of 2022.”

Renner Stores (LREN3)

Lojas Renner (LREN3) has informed the Right of Withdrawal, which applies to shareholders who disagree with the resolution approving the change in corporate purpose.

Opponents are entitled to redeem their shares, at R$6.94 per share. The thirty-day period for exercising the right to withdraw begins on December 10 and ends on January 9, 2022 inclusive.

Azul (AZUL4) announced its preliminary traffic results for November 2021. Domestic passenger traffic (RPKs) increased 22.9% compared to November 2019, compared to a 24.2% increase in local capacity (ASKs), resulting in an occupancy rate of 81.3% .

The international market showed a 52% increase in demand compared to the same period in 2020.

“In November, we continued to see trends of improved reserves in Brazil, driven by one of the highest vaccination rates in the world. Our strong traffic numbers clearly demonstrate the sustainability of the competitive advantages of our business model, as we emerge from the crisis stronger.

Highways (ECOR3)

Ecorodovias (ECOR3) has informed that the election of Gianfranco Caterini as CEO of the company has been approved at a meeting of the Board of Directors.

Katerini has worked for large companies in the infrastructure, engineering and construction sectors in many regions and countries (including Asia, UK, Germany, Netherlands, Italy and USA) and has accumulated experience in managing operations, with a focus on increasing efficiency, results, acquisitions and reorganizations. Prior to joining the company, he served as Chief Operating Officer of Connecticut-based North American Lane Construction Corp. The appointment of Katerini furthers the restructuring phase of Ikorodovias and reflects changes in the company’s new governance, the company said in a statement.

Vamos has acquired HM Empilhadeiras for R$150 million of enterprise value (EV), which will be adjusted based on net debt and other usual adjustments. R$50 million will be paid in cash on the closing date and the remaining amount will be paid in 36 equal monthly installments, adjusted at 100% CDI.

The acquisition will add 2,854 assets to VAMOS 964’s in-house logistics equipment, totaling 3,818 assets, an increase of 296%, making VAMOS the largest intralogistics equipment rental company in Brazil.

Light sold its 51% stake in Lightger, the company that runs PCH Paracambi, for R$108.5 million.

It also sold 51% of the share capital of Guanhães Energia, the company that operates Senhora do Porto, Dores de Guanhães, Fortuna II and Jacaré SHPs, for R$97.9 million.

Padtec has concluded structuring the Credit Equity Investment Fund (Fidc) in collaboration with BNDESPar; The capital of the fund will reach 100 million Brazilian riyals.

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