What We Do

Intesa Sanpaolo Brasil S.A. – Banco Múltiplo (the “Bank”) offers custom corporate and investment banking solutions for companies, financial institutions and public organizations.

The Bank provides support for working capital requirements, solutions for medium/long term financial needs, trade finance, the mitigation of interest rate and currency risks, treasury and liquidity products.

With a team of highly-qualified professionals, specializing in customer segments and product lines, the Bank is able to offer a wide range of solutions that include:


Providing short and medium-long term financing to support the growth of companies, including structured finance.

  • Working-capital financing
  • Foreign currency on-lending
  • Committed and uncommitted, bilateral lines of credit
  • Customized medium-term loan solutions
  • Syndicated loans
  • Discounting of receivables


Issuing of domestic and international bank guarantees for both commercial and financial purposes.

  • Bid Bonds
  • Performance Bonds
  • Advance Payment Bonds
  • SBLC
  • Domestic Bank Guarantees

Trade and Export Finance

Products designed specifically for the financial needs of exporters, with both short term and medium-long term financing options.

  • Letters of credit (import, export and stand-by)
  • Documentary remittances
  • Import financing
  • Pre-export financing (ACC/ACE)
  • Export notes (NCE)

Liquidity and Financial Risk Management

Customized products for treasury and liquidity management, and interest-rate and exchange-rate risk management.

  • Time Deposits (CDB Certificado de Depósito Bancário)
  • Foreign Exchange transactions (spot, forward)
  • FX Derivatives
  • Interest Rate Derivatives


Structured trade and export finance, and risk-mitigating products backed by purchase/sale of a variety of goods, including commodities:

  • Buyer’s credit
  • Export Pre-Payment
  • Supplier financing
  • Financing backed by multilateral banks or export-credit agencies.


Collections and Payments

Services in the domestic market, but above all cross-border, with a specific focus on managing USD/BRL and EUR/BRL flows.

  • Direct access to the Brazilian Payment System (SPB) and international settlement systems
  • Domestic and international collections
  • Domestic and international payments