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  • 1. September /2008 www.bpnbrasil.com.br
  • 2.
    • A Wholesale Bank focused on small and medium size companies (“SME’s”), or with selected large corporations mainly to support their activities involving SME’s.
    • Tailor made & sophisticated products, usually offered only to large companies.
    • Main activities include:
    Treasury: CDs, Government and Private Securities, Foreign Exchange, Derivatives, Interbank Transactions. Corporate Banking: Local Currency Loans, Guarantees, Performance Bonds, Trade Finance (Pre Export, Import Financing, Pre-Payment, LCs, SBLCs), BNDES Onlending. Structured Finance & Capital Markets: Debt & Equity Capital Raising Advisory, Debt Capital Markets (FIDC, CRI, CCB), M&A.
  • 3. BPN Brasil is present in the main Brazilian States through a network of correspondent bankers, under Central Bank’s Resolution 3.110. Business Network 115 agências no Norte 88 agências no Centro/Sul
  • 4. Banco Africano de Investimentos - BAI Credit Portfolio (In thousands of Reais)* Wholesale Retail Tier I & Tier II Capital (In thousands of Reais) Funding (In thousands of Reais) Foreign Deposits Others *(It includes: banking guarantees, letters of credit and credit assignments) Dec/2005 Dec/2006 Dec/2007 Jun/2008 Dec/2005 Dec/2006 Dec/2007 Jun/2008 Subordinated Debt Shareholder´s Equity Dec/2005 Dec/2006 Dec/2007 Jun/2008 36,3% 20,5% 12,4% 14,3% BIS
  • 5. Banco Africano de Investimentos - BAI Balance Sheet (In thousands of Reais)
  • 6. Banco Africano de Investimentos - BAI Balance Sheet (In thousands of Reais)
  • 7. Banco Africano de Investimentos - BAI Income Statement (In thousands of Reais) Rating Long Term: AA- (bra) Rating Long Term: brBBB+ Rating Low risk for the short term
  • 8.
    • Dear Sir,
    • The Board of Directors of BPN - Banco Português de Negócios, S.A. (“BPN”), a Financial Institution ruled by the Portuguese Legislation, declares that it is the intention of the Bank to promote the activities of its subsidiary in Brazil, BPN Brasil Banco Múltiplo S.A. (“BPN Brasil”) , a financial institution, created under the legislation of the Federative Republic of Brazil.
    • With this in mind, BPN is pleased to confirm that:
    • It controls and holds the majority of the capital of BPN Brasil through its subsidiary BPN Participações Financeiras SGPS, Ltda.;
    • It appoints the Executive Board of the bank in Brazil, and that this Executive Board acts following the business purposes of BPN ; and that
    • BPN Brasil will always be able to fulfill integrally and promptly all legally assumed obligations, except those related to political risk and/or to any restriction on the transfer of funds, legally imposed.
    • Very Best Regards,
    • Lisbon, 24th June 2008
    Banco Africano de Investimentos - BAI Comfort Letter Manuel Meira Fernandes Miguel Cadilhe
  • 9. Ownership Structure Holding BPN Participações Financeiras SGPS, SA. BPN Participações Brasil Ltda BPN Brasil Banco Múltiplo S.A. Brazil BPN S.A. Financial Holding 80% 20%
  • 10.
    • Universal Bank founded in 1998, has 205 branches in Portugal and 5 in France
    • In June 2008, the board of directors appointed Dr. Miguel Cadilhe as the new Chairman and CEO. From 1985 to 1990, Dr. Cadilhe was the Minister of Finance in Portugal, and was also in charge, as president, of Agência Portuguesa de Investimento. The first measure under his management was to propose a capital increase in the amount of € 300 million, raising BPN Portugal equity to € 770 million. The new measure has been approved by the end of June.
    • Financial Information Rating
    Banco Português de Negócios
  • 11. Banco Africano de Investimentos Banco Africano de Investimentos - BAI
    • First private Angolan bank, founded in November 1996, has 42 branches, over
    • 120.000 customers and US$ 227,3 million in equity.
    • In Oct/2004, NOSSA – Nova Sociedade de Seguros de Angola was created through
    • a partnership between BAI, BPN Group and IFC (International Finance Corporation).
    • Financial Information
    • Main shareholder:
    • Largest company in Angola, is focused in research, exploration and production of oil and gas both in Angola’s soil and off its Atlantic coast. It has subsidiaries in areas that are strategic to the fulfillment of the company’s goals such as Civil Aviation, Maritime Transportation and Logistics. Sonangol is also a shareholder in companies not directly related to the oil industry such as Banking, Food Retail and Catering, and Civil Engineering.
  • 12. Relevant Transactions - Funding
  • 13. Relevant Transactions
  • 14. Operations Treasury Commercial Banking Credit Structured Finance & Cap. Markets Corporate Products Executive Committee CEO Carlos H. A. R. Catraio Roberto Perez Jr. Director Hirosi Tanahara Director Rodrigo Del Barrio Director Joaquim Prado Superintendent Rubens Prado Superintendent Luiz Stouthandel Director Functional Organization Chart
    • CDs
    • Governments and
    • Private Securities
    • Financial Institutions
    • FX Desk
    • Derivatives
    • Interbank
    • Transactions
    • Local Correspondent
    • Bankers Network
    • Local & Foreign
    • Assets Origination
    • Debt & Equity
    • Capital Raising
    • Advisory
    • Debt Capital Markets
    • M&A
    • Export / Import
    • Finance
    • ECAs
    • PROEX
    • BNDES
    • Correspondent
    • Banking
    • Foreign Exchange
    • Financial Control
    • Back Office
    • Accounting
    • Legal
    • Compliance
    • Human Resources
    • Risks
    • Loan Portfolio
    • Asset Recovery Management
  • 15. Carlos H. A. R. Catraio – President & CEO Since Feb/06 Born in 1958, Portuguese, with equal rights in Brazil. Graduated in Business Administration at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro-UFRJ, Advanced Management (AMP) from INSEAD–France and holds ANBID CPA 20 certification. Started his banking career in the Credit Area of Chase Manhattan (Rio de Janeiro-Brazil) in 1983. Worked at Bank of America–Brazil from 1987 to 1997, responsible for financial institutions and debt capital raising. From 1997 to 2005, worked at Unibanco S.A. as a Director responsible for areas such as: Financial Institutions, International, Trade Finance and Credit. Ex-Member of the Executive Committee of Unibanco’s Wholesale Bank and Executive Director of Interbanco S.A. (Paraguay) and CIFI – Corporación Inter-Americana para el Financiamiento de Infraestructura (Washington DC). Senior Management Team
  • 16. Luiz Alberto Fortuna Stouthandel – Director – Operations and Control Since Dec/06 Born in 1960, Brazilian, Graduated in Business Administration from Faculdade Ítalo Brasileira, has a MBA in finance from USP and holds an ANBID CPA 20 certification. He has a wide experience in the financial market, having worked for 26 years for relevant Brazilian financial institutions, such as Itaú, Unibanco and ABC Brasil. Roberto Perez Jr. – Director – Structured Finance & Capital Markets Since Apr/06 Born in 1961 in Manila, Philippines. Brazilian permanent resident since 1982. BS degree in Business Administration from Bennett College Rio de Janeiro, post-graduated in finance at Fundação Getulio Vargas - FGV Rio de Janeiro & MBA in Finance at IBMEC Business School SP. Holds ANBID CPA 20 certification. Started as Trainee at Bank of America in 1985. Worked in different business areas and was responsible for the Structured Finance/Syndicated Credits from 1992 to 1995 and Vice-President of the Corporate Banking Group from 1995 to 1998. Between 1998-2002, was Principal of Bank of America Brazil Investment Banking Group. Worked on several financial advisory mandates & various domestic and international capital raising transactions totaling over US$5 billion. Worked as Financial & Risk Management Consultant during the period 2003-2004. Joined HSBC as Senior Manager of Wealth Management Group (2005-April 2006). Senior Management Team
  • 17. Rodrigo Del Barrio – Director – Treasury Since Apr/03 Brazilian, born in 1969, studied Economics at Falculdade de Economia e Admisnistração USP - SP, has MBA in finance from Ibmec Business School SP and holds an ANBID CPA 20 certification. In 1990, started in the financial market at BFB – Banco Francês e Brasileiro, working in the Foreign Exchange. From 1995 to 2003 worked at Bank of America Brazil on the FX and Derivatives desks. As VP at Bank of America, was also responsible for structuring the Institutional Sales Area. Rodrigo was appointed head of BPN Brasil Treasury in Nov/06 and director in Nov/07. Hirosi Tanahara – Director – Corporate Products Since Apr/06 Brazilian, born in 1954, graduated in Business Administration with emphasis in Foreign Trade from Faculdade Tibiriçá. Initiated his career in financial market at BMG – Banco de Minas Gerais S.A. in 1970 in the Foreign Exchange Department. BMG was acquired by Banco Real in 1974. At Banco Real he occupied the position of Manager in charge of the FX Desk and General Manager of the Foreign Trade Department. In 1986, as a Director of Banco BNL do Brasil S.A., a subsidiary of Banca Nazionale del Lavoro, Italy, he implemented and developed the International Area activities (Foreign Trade, FX and Correspondent Banking). He was also responsible for the Development of Corporate Products and BNDES onlending. He worked at BNL Brasil from opening until the acquisition by Unibanco in December 2004. Senior Management Team
  • 18. Joaquim Prado – Superintendent – Corporate Banking Since Sep/03 Brazilian, born in 1960. Graduated in Economics from Unicamp and holds an ANBID CPA 20 certification. Started his career in 1982 with Banco Bandeirantes and BMC. Represented The Philadelphia National Bank in Brazil from 1988 to 1990 and later became a Relationship Manager for Bankers Trust Brazil and Credibanco. He worked as Director of Structured Transactions at Inter American Express Bank until the end of 2001. In 2002 moved to Deutsche Bank as Corporate Finance Director. Since Feb/06 became responsible for implementing BPN’s network of correspondent bankers in several Brazilian cities. Rubens Prado – Superintendent – Credit Since Oct/03 Brazilian, born in 1958, graduated in Economics from Faculdade de Economia São Luiz. He worked for Crefisul Bank from 1983 to 1993 as Senior Risk Analyst and Economics-Financial Assistance. From 1993 to 2003, he worked for Bank Boston as Credit Manager. In Feb/06, was appointed head of BPN Brasil Credit Department. Senior Management Team
  • 19. Contacts: Structured Finance & Cap. Markets Roberto Perez Jr. [email_address] (55 11) 3094-9005 Corporate Products Hirosi Tanahara [email_address] (55 11) 3094-9045 Correspondent Banking Angelina Falcão [email_address] (55 11) 3094-9068 Treasury Rodrigo Del Barrio [email_address] (55 11) 3094-9012 Commercial Banking Joaquim Prado [email_address] (55 11) 3094-9008 Website www.bpnbrasil.com.br E-mail [email_address]
  • 20. Social Responsibility BPN Brasil supports the following non-profit organizations and initiatives: GRAACC – Grupo de Apoio ao Adolescente e à Criança com Câncer – São Paulo - SP It is a non-profit organization created to guarantee that children and teenagers with cancer, can have their treatment with quality of life, as well as within the most advanced scientific methods. Obra Social Dom Bosco – Itaquera - SP Located in one of the poorest regions of São Paulo, this center is open for children from 6 years onwards, teenagers and adults of both sexes in mornings and afternoons, with the aim of re-integrating people into the community through their biopsychic social training. Projeto Show de Bola – Itapipoca - CE Located in a small city of Ceára State in the Northeast of Brazil, the aim of the project is to give children and teenagers the opportunity of practicing different types of sports to strengthen their self-confidence and their relationship with other people. Endeavor A non-profit organization with the mission of promoting Brazil´s sustainability development by supporting innovative entrepreneurs and stimulating the entrepreneurship culture, so as to generate jobs and income. Instituto Profissionalizante Paulista Founded in May 2004 by the Rotary Club São Paulo, the project's aim is to select, prepare and qualify youngsters from 14 to 22 years of age to enter the job market and successfully develop a career. Global Compact – United Nations The UN Global Compact is a framework for businesses that are committed to aligning their operations and strategies with ten universally accepted principles in the areas of human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.

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