Invepar has 4 controlling shareholders and 11 controlled companies and joint ventures. To access the Corporate Structure, click here.
Invepar has issued 429,171,372 shares divided into 143,057,124 common shares and 286,114,248 preferred shares.
The management structure of Invepar is composed of: I) Board of Directors, with 1 President, 7 titular members and 8 alternate members; II) Fiscal Council, with 4 permanent members and 4 alternate members; III) Executive Board of Directors, with 1 President and 5 Vice-Presidents; and IV) Advisory committees to the Board of Directors on financial and investment issues, construction, human resources and governance, and audit.
Yes. The Invepar Annual and Sustainability report is prepared in accordance with the GRI methodology (Global Reporting Initiative).
No. Investors should contact an authorized financial institution to negotiate the debentures issued by the company and the group’s companies.
A concession is a permission granted by the Government to another entity, usually private, to use or explore a certain public service.
Invepar operates in the sectors of toll roads, urban mobility and airports.
Invepar has 10 concessions in total. The toll road sector consists of LAMSA, ViaRio, CLN, CBN, CRA, and Via 040. The urban mobility consists of Metrô Rio and VLT. In airports, Invepar manages the GRU Airport.
There are 29 toll gates on the toll roads.
GRU Airport has 3 passenger terminals and 1 cargo terminal.