Funding Alternatives
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Funding Alternatives

After the incorporation process, Brazilian subsidiaries of multinational companies are normally treated a center of costs and need working capital to develop their activities. Investors normally seek for the most common funding alternatives in Brazil, which are the capital investments and the foreign currency loans. Capital Investments Equity (capital) investments are not subject to any...

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Corporate Name and Trademark
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Corporate Name and Trademark

When doing business in Brazil, foreign investors are normally concerned with the most common types of corporate vehicle for incorporation, taxation, funding alternatives and with other relevant issues that may affect the budget of the business model of the subsidiary. Among others, the protection of the corporate name and the trademark registration are matters of...

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How to deal with Loans in Brazil
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How to deal with Loans in Brazil

The most used alternatives to provide Brazilian subsidiaries with funds are the capital contribution and the foreign currency loans. After incorporation, and during its pre operational phase, subsidiaries of multinational companies in Brazil are treated as a center of costs and need working capital to develop their activities. Return on investments and profitability may take...

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