A Brief of Brazil’s Passionate Real Estate Executive, José Auriemo Neto

After graduating from the Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado University in Sao Paulo, José Auriemo Neto joined JHSF in 1993. HE is the current CEO of JHSF Par and JHSF Participacoes SA, a residential and commercial property real estate developer in Brazil. Recognizing the growth in Brazil’s current market, he has overseen the company develop brand interests in hotels, and office buildings developments. José Auriemo Neto is the administrator of the group’s retail and shopping department in addition to the Cidade Jardim shopping complex in the city of Säo Paulo, the Manaus’ Ponta Negra shopping Centre and the Bela Vista found in Salvador and more

The upcoming executive developed Parkbem, JHSF’s parking lot management firm service department in 1997, whose success secured his rights to build Shopping Santa Cruz, a JHSF debut shopping destination. His visionary leadership skills were helpful in the initial 2009 retail business that included opening a luxurious brands retail outlet in partnership with Jimmy Choo, Hermes, and Pucci. This was followed in 2012 by the R.E.D. Valentino stores, a collaboration with Valentino.

JHSF Participacoes SA is an innovator of unique and quality sustainable solutions having to be in business for five years and operating internationally in Punta del Este, Uruguay, and in New York and Miami in the US. Under his leadership, the company has embraced and enforced sustainability efforts in all phases of its projects, with Cidade Jardim Corporate Center, one of Brazil’s most significant sustainable project being certified for high-quality environmental conservation. José Auriemo Neto has led JHSF Participacoes SA into partnerships with other entities such as Sustenta Telecom and Sustenta Energia, as a diversification plan.

José Auriemo Neto has served as executive chairman of the group up to 2011, has been a board member of executive officers since 2009, and as the director since 2006. He is a member of the YPO where he served as an executive officer from 2003 to 2005.