Jose Auriemo Neto: Leading JHSF in transforming Brazilian skyline

Currently, Brazil is enjoying a real estate bonanza due to the low-interest rates, sound financial policies and huge demand for commercial property in the country. The government has put in place several economic reforms in Brazil in a bid to encourage economic development in the country. High profile investors such as the JHSF have taken full advantage of the conducive environment to transform the Brazilian skyline.

JHSF was founded in 1972 and it mainly focuses on the development and management of high-end commercial and residential properties in Brazil and beyond. JHSF is the company behind some of the largest shopping malls, luxury hotels, up-market apartments and International airport in Sao Paulo.

Some of the popular developments by JHSF include the famous Iguatemi shopping complex in Sao Paulo, the amazing shopping Metro Santa Cruz, the General Motors racetrack, the Shopping Ponta Negra, and Fasano Hotels, among others.

Besides real-estate, JHSF also has interests in sustainable energy and telecommunication. These subsidiaries are run by the parent company and they have already taken shape in the country. The sustainable energy division focuses on providing inexpensive energy and the telecommunications division focuses on increasing connectivity in the country.

For the last couple of years, JHSF has been performing exceedingly well under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto who serves as the CEO and Chairman of the JHSF Group. Jose Auriemo Neto has successfully led the company to become a leading innovator in the real estate, sustainable energy, and telecommunications industries.

Ever since he joined the company, Jose Auriemo Neto has been actively involved in every project undertaken by the company. He personally oversees the projects to ensure that they are completed in time and that they meet the customer’s specifications. In 2015, Jose Auriemo Neto was forced to move his family to New York so that he could get enough time to oversee a project that the company was undertaking in New York.