JHSF Participacoes is a mammoth real estate development company operating from Brazil. The conglomerate gets comprised of five smaller subsidiaries all specializing in the same industry. The branches are JHSF Shopping Malls, JHSF Merger, JHSF JHSF Retail and Properties and Hotels JHSF. The global brand handles many aspects of the construction and eventual easing out process. The firm has been associated with the creation of high-end prime commercial, luxury and residential premises in places like Sao Paulo, Rio de Janiero, and Manaus and in Uruguay.
The company got started in the early seventies. It has since remained to be a family-owned and managed business venture. JHSF is registered to two brothers, Jose and Fabio Auriemo and two other local investment partners. In 2007, the company’s management agreed to go public and its shares are now listed and trading at the Bovespa trading index. That IPO raised around half a billion for the realtor and its share shareholders equity value. The overall valuation of the company has continued appreciating to now stand at R $ 3.3 B, according to the establishments’ official website. In the coming months, they’ve lined up bold expansion plans to transform the outlet into the premier developer not just in the country but in the entire South American continent as well. Click here to know more.
About Jose AuriemoNeto
Jose Neto is JHSF’s present Chairman and CEO. He’s among the founding partners of this successful real estate development company located in Brazil. Mr. Neto is mostly in charge of running the shopping and retail section of their vast portfolio. The investor plans and strategies on the development work for these malls and retail outlets situated all over the capital and the nation. Jose’s also handles signing on new partner firms and clients. For instance, he recently oversaw the landing of lucrative deals involving the globally renowned fashion retailers Jimmy Choo, Hermes Birkin, and Pucci. In the past, this seasoned business executive has served as the CEO and Founder of the company, CidadeJardim and at B Stores in Brazil. Other high-end shopping centers managed and run by the conglomerate include the Bela Vista in El Salvador and the Subway Tucuruvi shopping outlet in Sao Roque.