Jose AuriemoNeto leads JHSF to on to conquer Brazilian real estate
Jose AuriemoNeto has risen to become one of Brazil’s most prominent real estate CEOs . As a leader of JHSF Participacaoes, Brazil’s foremost developer of luxury real estate properties, AuriemoNeto has made a name for himself as a man with both vision and purpose. He has personally contributed to the growth of Brazil as a leading luxury market throughout the world. But AuriemoNeto is far from finished. He believes that Brazil has the resources, human capital and beautiful, natural settings two become one of the premier destinations for the wealthy and influential across the world.
JHSF Participacaoes was founded by AuriemoNeto’s father, Fabio Auriemo, in 1972. Over the course of the 1970s and 1980s, the company began building some of Brazil’s most prominent landmarks. It was responsible for building the Hotel Transmerica, one of the Rio De Janeiro area’s first five-star hotels. It was also responsible for building the General Motors Brazilian Proving Grounds, which ultimately proved to be a gigantic boost to the local economy, creating thousands of jobs and making Brazil a center for manufacturing and high-level engineering that continues to this day.
AuriemoNeto entered the firm in 1993, working a series of managerial positions. He made his way through the ranks, eventually becoming next in line for the job of CEO. When his father retired, in the early 2000s, AuriemoNeto took the reins of the company. It wasn’t long until it became apparent that AuriemoNeto’s vision was even grander than that of his dad. Over the next 15 years, AuriemoNeto would build the company into one of the absolute powerhouses of luxury real estate development in Latin America. Among his many accomplishments was the creation of the parking facility giant Parkbem as well as one of Brazil’s largest luxury mixed-use developments, a sprawling complex known as ParqueCidadeJardim.
All of these projects have proven to be great successes, with the company increasing in value over 10 times between 2007 and 2017. AuriemoNeto also oversaw the company’s IPO, raising more than $100 million in financing when the company was listed on Bovespa, the Brazilian stock market. To know more click here.