Controlled by ISA, a multi-latin linear infrastructure systems company, ISA CTEEP has among its investors Eletrobras, the largest Brazilian electric energy group.

Shareholders TRPL3 % TRPL4 % Total %
ISA Capital do Brasil 230,856,832 89.50% 5,144,528 1.28% 236,001,360 35.82%
Management 0 0.00% 4,000 0.00% 4,000 0.00%
Free Float 27,080,900 10.50% 395,797,044 98.72% 422,877,944 64.18%
Eletrobras 25,158,644 9.75% 212,276,657 52.94% 237,435,301 36,04%
Others 1,922,256 0.75% 183,520,387 45.77% 185,442,643 28,14%
Total 257,937,732 100.00% 400,945,572 100.00% 658,883,304 100,00%

Distribution of Total Capital on 09/30/2020

Of the Company’s shares, 53% are of national investors and 47% belong to foreign investors.

* Considers the stake of Isa Capital do Brasil, an investment vehicle of ISA Colombia for the acquisition of ISA CTEEP.
** 1% of float is dispersed in other regions.

ISA

With 43 affiliates and subsidiaries, ISA manages large scale infrastructure projects and contributes to the development of the countries in which it is present in, like Colombia, Brazil, Peru, Chile, Bolivia, Argentina and Central America. Its activities are concentrated in the sectors of transmission of electric energy, telecom and highway concessions.

In around 50 years of performance, the company has acquired as one of its main characteristics, its efficiency and reliability in the provision of services, with an emphasis regarding human rights and the environment. Its team exceeds 3.8 thousand high quality and committed employees.

ISA is positioned as one of the largest international electric energy transmission companies in Latin America with high voltage transmission systems, with 46.4 thousand km of transmission lines and 92.6 thousand MVA in transformation capacity in operation and 7.4 thousand km of transmission lines and 15.5 thousand MVA in transformation capacity.

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Updated on September 30, 2020.