Here is the main news from major Brazilian companies, including shareholder notices, announcements to the market, material facts and information from the specialized press:

Aneel – Aneel suspended the A-5 auction, for contracting new energy, scheduled for the 16th, and claimed the identification of inconsistency in the Auction Management System. A new schedule will “opportunely” be disclosed.

Atom (ATOM3) – Atom Empreendimentos e Participações (ATOM3) has signed with Sony Pictures Television UK Rights for the creation, production, and distribution of Shark Tank ESchool, an educational content program for entrepreneurs inspired by Shark Tank Brasil.

Aura Minerals (AURA33) – Aura Minerals (AURA33) advances in the purchase of Big River Gold, informs Valor.

According to the newspaper, in less than two weeks the company will disburse US$ 51.6 million to complete the acquisition of the Australian company.

Banco do Brasil (BBAS3) – Banco do Brasil launched the BB Crédito Tecnologias line of credit, aimed at financing technology, electrical, electronic, and telephony items, as well as those related to the gamer universe.

The bank allows the financing of up to 100% of the value of the asset, limited to R$20,000.

Bradesco (BBDC4) – Bradesco (BBDC4) and SAP Brasil have entered into a partnership to develop a platform to integrate the bank’s services to the company’s management software solution for small and medium-sized companies, according to Valor newspaper.

Bradespar (BRAP4) – BlackRock increased its stake in the company to 26,889,381 preferred shares, which represents approximately 10.54% of the total preferred stock.

BTG Pactual (BPAC11) – BTG Pactual made a direct bid to buy the debentures issued by Anglo American and that are part of the bankruptcy process of MMX, founded by Eike Batista.

The businessman and his creditors, however, were dissatisfied with BTG Pactual’s offer and want to suspend the deal in court.

C6 – C6 Bank will segment high-income clients in a new service, Carbon, free of charge and with attendance by specialized executives for clients who demand it. The bank should hire 200 of the so-called “Carbon Partners” by the end of this year, and estimates to reach 500 by 2023.

The channel will have communication options via phone, WhatsApp or e-mail, and will operate from Monday to Friday, initially during business hours (from 8 am to 6 pm).

Carbon clients who have investments in the bank will also have specialized investment counseling.

CCR (CCRO3) – The company informed, in response to questioning from the Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil (CVM), that it is unaware of Roberto Setubal’s appointment to the board of directors by Itaúsa (ITSA4) and Votorantim.

Ecorodovias (ECOR3) – The consolidated traffic volume fell by 7.4% in August compared to the same month in 2021.

Embraer (EMBR3) – The company informed that United announced on Thursday, 8, an investment of US$ 15 million in Eve Air Mobility and a conditional purchase agreement for 200 four-seat electric aircraft and 200 more options, with first deliveries expected as early as 2026.

Espaçolaser (ESPA3) – The company approved the optional early redemption of its 1st debenture issue. The redemption can be made without the incidence of a premium and at any time between September 9 and September 30, 2022.

IRB (IRBR3) – The asset manager BlackRock informed that it has acquired common shares issued by IRB Brasil RE on behalf of its clients.

As of September 6, 2022, its holdings in aggregate were 123,771,309 common shares, representing approximately 5.015% of the company’s total issued common shares, and 569,689 cash-settled derivative financial instruments referenced to common shares, which perform approximately 0.023% of the company’s total common shares.

Klabin (KLBN11) – S&P Global reaffirmed the company’s rating at BB+ on the global scale and at brAAA on the national scale, with a stable outlook.

Nubank (NUBR33) – Nubank is more actively pursuing non-organic growth opportunities as part of its strategy to expand revenue per customer to compete with large retail banks, its chief executive said.

“We have more appetite for acquisitions today than we did a year ago,” Nubank co-founder and CEO David Velez said on Thursday (8) in an interview with Reuters.