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Gustavo Barreto
Gustavo Barreto
Director of Regulation and Public Policy, CCR

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Holds a Degree in Business Administrator (UniCEUB/DF), with post-graduation in political marketing (UnB) and business Management – Successors Development program (IBMEC/RJ). Joined the CCR Group in 2017 with a focus on regulation and concession projects and PPPs, maintaining permanent interlocution with government authorities and other stakeholders in the infrastructure sector. For more than seven years he has been a consultant for large companies at Patri Consultoria, with emphasis on government relations and public policies. Integrates the advisory board of ABDIB – Brazilian Association of infrastructure and basic industries and the Infrastructure Council of CNI – National Confederation of Industry.
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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