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BM&F Bovespa

Last 2008, São Paulo Stock Exchange (Bovespa) and Brazilian Mercantile and Futures Exchange (BM&F) merged and gave birth to one of the world’s largest stock exchange by market value, BM&F Bovespa. In 2012, the company became one of the founding members of the United Nations Sustainable Stock Exchanges.

On the process of becoming one of the worlds’ most successful stock exchange companies, BM&F Bovespa has had a long history of providing Exchange services to several companies and the economy of Brazil.

Before the 1960s, Bovespa and other stock markets were owned by the government and brokers were appointed by the government as well. In the mid-1960s, reforms were implemented in the national financial system and stock exchange, which gave way to the independence of Bovespa as an institution and in 2007, it became a for-profit company.

BM&F Bovespa offers extensive trading products and services such as equities, fixed-income security trading, spot FX and trading in derivatives contracts in an exclusively automated environment.

Just this year, BM&F Bovespa announced the inclusion of 35 companies as members of the 11th Portfolio of the Corporation Sustainability Index, which will take effect on January 4 to December 29, 2016. According to BM&F Bovespa, the companies included came from 16 different sectors and were among the companies with the most liquid stocks in January 2015.

One of the listed companies is Embraer, a Brazilian aircraft company that develops and sells aircraft in commercial, executive, military and security aviation. Embraer was a government-owned company and in 1994, it was completely sold and privatized. The transition, from government-owned to private, helped prevent the impending bankruptcy.

At present, Embraer competes with Canada’s Bombardier for the title of the world’s third largest aircraft manufacturer next to Airbus and Boeing.

Embraer started designing, developing and manufacturing military aircraft up until the mid-1970s, the company debuted its first commercial airliner, the Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia. It is a 30 to 40 seater passenger plane available for private charter flights services up to the present.

In the mid-1990s, Embraer focused on manufacturing commercial jets over military aircraft through the product line Embraer 190. In 2005, more than 500 of the 100-seater aircraft were added to company fleets from all over the world. This year, over 40 commercial carriers fly the E190 because of its magnitude and cost-efficiency allowing airlines to offer low fare to the customers. It is also this year the company is starting to develop E-Jets E2 or the E190 E2 which will be released on 2018.

From mid-size passenger jets, light passenger jets to heavy business jet, Embraer became a leading manufacturer of commercial aircraft especially to companies that offer private charter flights services.

One of the most popular private jets to charter is the Embraer Legacy 600. It can travel non-stop at a longer distance at a lower cost. Its spacious cabin offers comfort for 13 people. It has large washrooms and a walk-in baggage space.

If you want a nonstop flight to a far place, you can book a private jet at Charter Flight Group. Our private jet rental options embody a convenient and cost effective solution for all travellers.