At least 15% of revenues to be collected with the privatization of more than 50 companies via stock exchange, a process that begins at the end of this year and beginning of 2019, will serve to pay for consulting and services delivery.
For the first phase, privatization processes are under way for more than 50 companies in the mineral, oil, agriculture, banking, telecommunications and other sectors, a process that starts in 2019, according to the president of the Brazilian Institute of Asset Management and State Participation (IGAPE), Valter Barros.
“Some companies are in good condition, others have to be restructured, a process that has already begun,” said the manager who spoke Tuesday in Luanda at the second edition of the Capital Markets Forum.
According to the official, one of the priorities of the State in this process of privatizations should also focus on banking where the state has partial participation.
At this stage, companies in the water and energy sectors should not be included in the list of privatizations, taking into account the public social services provided to society.
Other public enterprises and with the participation of the State are being evaluated, to be privatized in the first or subsequent stages of the process.