An FIDC is a fixed-income investment backed by receivables such as trade assets, checks and car loans. Due to Brazil’s high interest rates, FIDCs are often highly profitable, and they are widely used in Brazilian credit markets, but there are risks related to the loss of credits. Good investing intelligence is essential. Next is the #1 auditor of FIDCs: we’re experts in receivables, and we deliver our analysis in a meticulous and agile way, helping you to have confidence in your ROI.
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