JHSF’s shares are traded on B3 under the ticker “JHSF3”, listed on the Novo Mercado, the highest level of corporate governance practices.
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REAL ESTATE DEVELOPMENT
The Company was responsible for the development of a several renowned projects, such as Parque Cidade Jardim, Vitra, Cidade Jardim Towhouses, Fazenda Boa Vista, among others.
On our institutional website under “Real Estate Development” are all the projects developed by JHSF.
In 2019, with the relative improvement of the economy reflected by the increase in the consumer confidence index and added to a scenario of low interest rate levels, the Company resumed the launch of projects announcing two new ones: Fasano Cidade Jardim and Boa Vista Village.
Both projects will be developed on land that is part of the Company’s Land bank.
More information about each of the developments is available on the JHSF Real Estate Sales App.
We currently have five malls in operation: Shopping Cidade Jardim, Catarina Fashion Outlet, Shopping Bela Vista and Shopping Ponta Negra, the first two of which are located in the state of São Paulo, and the last two in Salvador and Manaus, respectively. The CJ Shops Jardins, opened in December 2020, is located in the Jardins neighborhood, a prime area in the city of São Paulo. The new JHSF Shopping Mall have 6,000m² of GLA and will have the best national and international brands already present in Shopping Cidade Jardim, as well as exclusive international brands in South America and the world.
Below is the table of participation of JHSF in each mall in its portfolio:
|Shopping Cidade Jardim||São Paulo – SP||may/18||50.01%|
|Shopping Bela Vista||Salvador – BA||jul/12||26.01%|
|Shopping Ponta Negra||Manaus – AM||aug/13||40.01%|
|Catarina Fashion Outlet||São Roque – SP||oct/14||50.01%|
|CJ Shops Jardins||São Paulo||dec/20||70.00%|
In Recurring Income, in addition to the malls and related services (administration, parking, energy supply and telecommunications), we consolidated the results obtained from our E-commerce CJ Fashion, and from Retail: operation of international luxury brands that JHSF has the exclusive right in Brazil.
HOTELS AND RESTAURANTS
There are 7 hotels in operation (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Fazenda Boa Vista, Punta del Este, Angra de Reis, Belo Horizonte and Salvador), as well as 36 restaurants and bars in 7 cities (São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Angra dos Reis, Punta del Este, Belo Horizonte and Salvador).
For more information, visit the Fasano website.
To know the brand’s App Delivery, click here.
Approximately 65%, according to the organization chart of item 15.4 of the FRE.
The São Paulo Catarina Aeroporto Executivo, is located at Rodovia Castello Branco, km 62, in the city of São Roque, SP.
Currently the airport has a runway of 2,470 meters – larger than the runway at Congonhas airport – 17,200 m² distributed in five hangars and 38,000 m² distributed in yards.
For more information on JHSF Executive Airport, click here.
At the end of 4Q20, the table below represented the Company’s debt and cash position:
|Cash and Equivalents and Indebtedness (R$* milion)||Dec/20||Dec/19||Var. R$ million||Var. %|
|Mandatorily convertible debt*||120.3||120.3||–||–|
|Cash, Equivalents and Interest earnings bank deposits||1,042.0||543.7||498.3||91.6%|
|Accounts receivable (“on balance”)||629.3||288.1||341.2||118.4%|
For more details, access the 4Q20 earnings release, page 20.
The Company follows the Law 6404/76 (Brazilian Corporate Law) which mandatory dividends must be paid annually and must represent at least 25% of the net income for the fiscal year.
To access the Law 6404/76, click here.
To access the history of dividends paid by JHSF, click here.