March, 19, 2024 – 
Terminal Investment Limited (TiL) announces the executive Ana Teresa Teixeira Magalhães as a new member of the Board of Directors of Brasil Terminal Portuário (BTP) in Santos, Portonave in Navegantes and Multirio in Rio de Janeiro – all terminals in TiL’s Latam portfolio.

Based in Geneva, Switzerland, TiL is one of the largest investors and operators of port terminals in the world. Ana Teresa will take on this new role alongside her current position as Terminal Investment Manager for the Latin America and Central region, a position she has held since November 2022.

With a strong commitment to strengthen women’s presence in leadership positions at the port terminals managed by TiL, Patricio Junior, the Chairman of the Board of Directors of BTP and Portonave and TiL’s Terminal Investment Director, highlights that “Ana Teresa will contribute with great vigour, knowledge, and resourcefulness to the terminal’s strategies, stimulating the agenda to promote changes in favour of a more open, productive and competitive environment. The port sector, especially the Brazilian sector, is increasingly demanding innovation and willingness to expand its participation and projection on the world stage. Promoting diversity in leadership and attracting new talent to our businesses is a very purposeful and correct path in this direction”, he added.

The executive, now a board member, says she is honoured by the opportunity. “I hope to contribute, together with the other members of the Board of Directors, to decisions that will further raise the level of efficiency, innovation and sustainability of the terminals, and at the same time boost the Brazilian port infrastructure,” she stated.

Ana Teresa is a civil engineer and architect from the University of São Paulo (USP) and has a master’s degree in business economics from the Getúlio Vargas Foundation (FGV). The executive has more than nine years of career and experience in different areas of the financial and port sectors, particularly in strategic planning, new business and port infrastructure. She was also Business Intelligence and Statistics Manager at the Santos Port Authority (APS).

The executive will be the second woman to represent TiL on BTP’s Board of Directors and reaffirms the company’s and the container terminal’s commitment to promoting diversity, equity and inclusion in the port sector. Previously, Zsanett Balla has also contributed on the BTP board between 2019 and 2022.

About TiL: Founded in 2000, Terminal Investment Limited (TiL) invests, develops and manages container terminals around the world, providing essential infrastructure to support international trade and economic growth. With head office in Geneva (Switzerland) and more than 70 terminals in its portfolio, the company is among the top ten infrastructure developers and investors in the sector. In Brazil, it has four container terminals, and its investment plan in the country totals R$7 billion over the next five years, which could reach R$17 billion depending on opportunities in tenders and acquisitions.