José Auriemo Neto’s Resolve to Enter JHSF into Lucrative Partnerships

JHSF is one of Brazil’s most experienced and most successful real estate companies. It has Brazilian and international operations, holding over six million square meters of real estate properties. It is estimated to be worth 1.2 billion. It also owns Brazil’s largest real estate complex on a lot at the edge of Marginal Pinheiros. The company earns most of its revenue from the high-income market segment. The revenue is mostly generated through recurrent activities.

JHSF’s focus on recurring income activities is the first of its kind in Brazil, and so far, the most profitable. Fábio Auriemo, one of the company’s founding partners, and longest propagator took the initiative of venturing the company into such activities as development and leasing of shopping malls after the spit of JHS.

Fábio Auriemo and his brother, José Roberto, had founded JHS as a construction company. However, Fabio wanted to grow it into a development company. His brother was against that move, and they quarreled over it. The differences could not be resolved within the same business, so they split the company into JHSF and JHSJ. Fabio’s JHSF successfully made due with what they got from JHS to grow one of Brazil’s most successful real estate companies.

José Auriemo Neto is Fábio Auriemo’s son and successor. His father introduced him to the industry at a tender age, and by the age of 17 years, he had already begun managing his father’s shopping malls. José Auriemo Neto’s friends refer to him as Zeco due to his popularity among friends, the business community, and philanthropic circles.

Zeco advised his father to make a low price purchase of the lot at the edge of Marginal Pinheiros. He recommended that the Parque Cidade Jardim be built on it. His proposal speculated that the property had the potential to hose Brazil’s biggest high-end complex.

The young man is very progressive and has since his ascent into the top executive position at JHSF, struck numerous deals that have grown the company’s profitability and assets. Thanks to his efforts, the company has partnered with other firms like Hermes, Pucci and Jimmy Choo to increase business prospects.


Securus Technologies Key in Helping Find Fugitives

When there is a fugitive running free inside a city that needs to be found fast, my team of fugitive hunters get the call. While local law enforcement has their hands full with all the other things that are going on in the city, we can focus all our efforts and resources on one fugitive. This is important because the suspect we were after was extremely violent and could hurt an unsuspecting citizen if we were not in a position to take him down quickly and efficiently.


This particular suspect really had us on edge because he was a loner, or so we thought. We had no way to ask family or friends for any leads, and we had no one of interest that we could stake out. Without informants, we did not have the luxury to wait for this fugitive to make a mistake. We decided to head to the local jail and see if any of the inmates would be willing to come forward and help us to find this fugitive. Our efforts were met with resistance immediately, as no one was willing to become a snitch.


When the corrections officers notified my team that Securus Technologies installed a call monitoring system in this prison, we decided to investigate. This company has these units in over two thousand jails, has 1,000 employees, and CEO Richard Smith says they are dedicated to making the world safer.


Soon after we started listening with the LBS software, one inmate mentioned he wanted to get a message to the fugitive about money he was owed. That connection helped us to get a trace on the family member, who led us right to a meeting with our fugitive. This phone monitoring service has become an invaluable resource that me and my team are using now in cases where we have little leads to follow.