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Eduardo Camargo
Eduardo Camargo
CEO CCR Rodovias, CCR

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Eduardo is currently Executive Director of CCR and CEO of CCR LAM Vias, responsible for overseeing the Toll Road concessions CCR NovaDutra, CCR ViaLagos, CCR RodoNorte, CCR MSVia, CCR ViaSul, CCR ViaCosteira, ViaRio and SAMM, a high-capacity data transmission service provider through fiber optics. Mr. Camargo joined CCR Group in 2000, and prior to his current activity he occupied a number of positions in the Group, such as CEO of CCR Airports, CEO of CCR ViaOeste and CCR RodoAnel, Director of CCR USA (Miami office), Business Development Manager, Investor Relations and Treasurer. Before joining CCR he worked as a Consultant for Arthur Andersen, and as a Financial Analyst at Camargo Correa.
CCR Group is one of Latin America’s largest infrastructure concession groups. In the road segment, it controls 3,265 kilometres of highways in four Brazilian states; it holds the concessions of lines 4 and recently won the auction to manage lines 5 and 17 of the São Paulo metro system. Responsible for the boat system and the VLT in Rio and the subway operation in Salvador. It operates in the airports of Quito (Ecuador), San Jose (Costa Rica), Curaçao and Belo Horizonte (Brazil).
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