CCR returns to the ISE portfolio of the BM&FBovespa
The company received the BM&FBovespa certification once again, given only to the most
CCR, one of the largest private infrastructure concession groups in Latin America, is once again
listed in the ISE, Corporate Sustainability Index of BM&FBovespa, and index composed of the
stocks of companies which present a high degree of commitment to sustainability practices
and corporate governance.
The new portfolio is composed of 51 stocks from 38 companies. They represent 18 sectors and
add up to R$961 billion in market value, which is equivalent to 43.72% of the total value of the
companies which trade in the stock market (on 11/23/2011). The inclusion of CCR also marks
the return of the Transport sector to the index.
“Returning to the ISE portfolio is a matter of great pride for CCR, and the recognition for the
work which we have been developing more strongly over the last few years. It reinforces our
commitment to Sustainability and shows that the subject has been a part of the company’s day
to day since the creation of CCR, which inaugurated the New Market of the BM&FBovespa,
committing to the most rigid practices of corporate governance”, affirms Renato Vale,
president of CCR.
The company had been listed in the ISE for three years (2006, 2007, and 2008), and its return
to the portfolio, in 2012, is a result of constant investment in the area of Sustainability. In
2010, CCR included the topic among its strategic guidelines and objectives and began an
important Sustainability project in all of its business units. This program operates on all of the
company’s management levels: strategic, executive, and operational, to guarantee the
development of the multiple elaborated fronts, such as residues, emissions, accidents, and
Furthermore, CCR holds a consistent Corporate Responsibility program, and invests in the
socio economic development of the regions where it operates. They are projects in the areas
of culture, social development, sports, and environment which benefit users, communities,
and the population as a whole. In 2010, for instance, CCR’s private social investments totaled
R$ 18 million and benefited nearly 2 million people directly.
One of the main highlights is the program Road to Citizenship, elected in 2010 by the IBTTA –
main international highway concessionaire association – the best social responsibility program
of the sector in the world. The program’s goal is to promulgate information about traffic
safety, environment, and citizenship among students from the 4 th and 5 th grades of the
elementary schools of the public system in the cities where the concessionaires of the CCR
Since the project’s creation, in 2002, 1.5 million children have had the opportunity to learn
about traffic safety and the environment, becoming agents for the promulgation of knowledge
and values about the preservation of life.
CCR has among its pillars, transparency and the adoption of good governance practices. It was
the first company to enter the New Market, the most demanding segment of the São Paulo
stock exchange, and today it is acknowledged as a reference in corporate governance.
Furthermore, CCR is a signatory of the Global Pact and publishes its annual report based on the
guidelines of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI), following the most rigid practices of
accountability to all the public with which it relates to, directly or indirectly.
New portfolio 2012
About the CCR Group: The CCR Group is one of the largest infrastructure concession groups in
Latin America, currently employing around 10 thousand collaborators. It controls 2.437
kilometers of highways under the management of the concessionaires CCR Ponte (RJ), CCR
NovaDutra (SP-RJ), CCR ViaLagos (RJ), CCR RodoNorte (PR), CCR AutoBAn (SP), CCR ViaOeste
(SP), CCR RodoAnel (SP), CCR SPVias (SP), and Renovias (SP), the last two through its controlled
CPC. The CCR Group also operates in correlated businesses, with a 38.25% participation in the
STP, which operates the electronic toll and parking payment system, and a 45% participation in
the social capital of Controlar, the concessionaire that operates the vehicular inspection
program of the City of São Paulo. Furthermore, CCR is also present in the passenger transport
business through São Paulo’s yellow subway line 4, Linha 4-Amarela, managed by its ViaQuatro
concessionaire, with a 58% share of the company’s social capital.
São Paulo, November 25, 2011
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