The José de Mello Group is a recently rebuilt economic group that has a stable Portuguese shareholder base. It is one of Portugal’s biggest corporate groups.
With a diversified intervention in the economy, the José de Mello Group assumes a competitive positioning based on a series of stakes in companies operating in different business areas:
Chemical industry, energy, and water treatment
Bondalti, heir to the historic CUF brand, is the largest Portuguese operator in the chemical industry, having recently expanded its activities into the energy and water treatment sectors.
Bondalti website: www.bondalti.com
CUF is the largest private operator of healthcare in Portugal and an example of clinical excellence and respect for the dignity and welfare of the client, managing a network of 31 healthcare units – clinics and hospitals – located in 21 municipalities.
CUF website: www.cuf.pt
Infrastructures and mobility
Brisa is a national and international reference in the management and operation of highways in Portugal, assuming a corporate position that links the era of infrastructure to the era of mobility, with the client at the center of its activity.
Brisa website: www.brisa.pt
WineStone is the latest business platform of the José de Mello Group, thus reinforcing its business presence in the wine sector.
WineStone website: winestone.com
The José de Mello Group manages also a majority stake in José de Mello Residências e Serviços, which develops residential solutions and orthopedic, geriatric and neurological recovery and rehabilitation programs.
José de Mello Residências e Serviços website: www.jmellors.pt
Beginning in the Industry
Over 100 years’ contribution to developing the Portuguese economy
The Group in figures
€ 1,1 MM
€ 2,4 MM
Total assets under management
More than 7.200