Banco Bradesco S.A. news

   Watch this stock
Showing stories 1 - 8 of about 8   

Articles published

BBDO 6.30 +0.17 (2.84%)
price chart
Seeking Contrarian Value In Brazil: Does Banco Bradesco Represent Value?
Unlike some of the other privately owned Brazilian banks such as Banco Santander Brasil (BSBR), which I recently covered, Banco Bradesco has continued to perform strongly relative to the difficult operating environment. This is despite the bank just ...
Experian to Pay $1.5 Billion for All of Brazil Unit Serasa
Banco Bradesco SA, Banco Santander SA and HSBC Holdings Plc are the other sellers. Experian said it expects the deal to be completed in the fourth quarter, subject to regulatory and shareholder approval.
Experian to buy 29.6% of Brazil's Serasa for $1.5B  MarketWatch
Cosan Catching Up With Ultrapar After Gas Plan
While investors normally see Cosan and Ultrapar as peers, the companies are very different in nature and can't be compared with each other, said Auro Rozenbaum, an analyst at Banco Bradesco SA who covers Brazilian energy companies. Ultrapar is a ...
The hopeless reductiveness of the BRICs
Ivan Martchev is an investment specialist with institutional money manager Navellier and Associates. Previously, Ivan served as editorial director at InvestorPlace Media.
Swiss Banks Go Local in Bid to Lure Latin American Millionaires
Better investment opportunities are making private banking a “domestic game” in Brazil with as little as 5 percent of wealth booked in offshore centers, said Joao Albino Winkelmann, a director at Osasco, Brazil-based Banco Bradesco SA, Latin America's ...
Ending Blind Loans to Aid Crackdown on 323% Rates: Brazil Credit
... grew 17 percent in the 12 months through August, compared with 19 percent the year before, said Jose Renato Simao Borges, the former head of credit cards at Osasco, Brazil-based Banco Bradesco SA who is now president of credit-card issuer Credz.
Big Brazil Health Insurance Deal May be Tough to Replicate
UnitedHealth's plan to acquire a 90 percent stake in Amil Participacoes SA, disclosed on Monday, removes one of the only obvious options for fast growth via takeover - mainly because Brazil's healthcare sector is so fragmented.
Analysis: Brazil's Vale's challenges go beyond iron ore
RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Roger Agnelli, who was forced out as chief executive of Brazil's Vale in May 2011, may have been lucky to leave the world's second-largest mining company when he did.