Stimulating the growth of municipalities and contributing to the improvement of the quality of life of the population in São Paulo is one of the missions of Desenvolve SP. Credit facilities for the public sector offer low interest rates and long terms to support the municipal administration in the implementation of the necessary investments in infrastructure, without compromising the financial health of the municipality.
The disbursement of credit for municipalities occurs only after evidencing the financial health and creditworthiness of the municipalities, which helps in the planning and search for a more efficient management.
Check out the main credit facilities of Desenvolve SP for municipalities:
Credit Facility for Green Economy Projects of Municipalities
Purpose: finance municipal investments intended for sustainable projects, allowing the reduction of CO² emissions and reducing the environmental impact of the activities of the public administration.
Multipurpose Arena Credit Facility
Purpose: finance municipal investments intended for the construction, renovation or modernization of Multipurpose Arenas for sport, economic, social and cultural events.
Industrial District Credit Facility
Purpose: finance municipal investments intended for the adaptation or construction of industrial districts, comprising the basic infrastructure.
Distribution and Supply Credit Facility
Purpose: finance municipal investments intended for the construction or adaptation of agricultural distribution and supply centers, from basic infrastructure to the completion of works.
Public Lighting Credit Facility
Purpose: finance projects that contemplate the implementation, expansion or adaptation of the public lighting system.
Purpose: finance municipal projects intended for the implementation of urban paving works, resurfacing or the pavement of surrounding areas.
BNDES – PMAT
Purpose: Finance investment projects of the Municipal Administration intended for the modernization of the tax administration and improvement of the quality of public spending.