The Company concerns about society impact, human rights respect, social inclusion and sustainable development.

Since 2019, the Group has been offsetting greenhouse gas emissions from its activities. The project invested in to neutralize these emissions is implemented in the Serra da Mantiqueira region, in the Mata Atlantica biome, in partnership with the NGO-Iniciativa Verde.

In the last 4 years, more than 2500 trees were planted to neutralize 584 tons of CO2 emitted. However, another 900 trees were planted, cooperating with the Amigos da Floresta initiative, totaling more than 3400 trees, that is, far beyond what is necessary to neutralize CO2 emissions from the OT Group’s activities.

The intention is to continue growing and acting consciously, adopting practices that reduce negative environmental impacts, contributing to the improvement of the quality of life.

The concept of preserving the environment, in order to avoid waste and use efficient energy consumption, have always been intrinsic to the Group’s actions.

+3400 Trees Planted
+584t of CO2 neutralized


The best governance practices are adopted at Oliveira Trust, ensuring transparency and equity in information, in order to contribute to decision-making processes.

The Group understands that the adoption of good corporate governance practices adds value to a company and contributes to its longevity. In particular, for OT, this fact is intrinsic to its activity, in which rules, controls and trust are the principal basis. Considering that, corporate governance practices adopted are in line with the best ones in the Brazilian market, in addition to complying with the rules of the Central Bank of Brazil and the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Policies and management mechanisms are constantly evolving to ensure its excellence, as well as the sustainable growth of the organization. Therefore, OT has a Compliance area, responsible for working with the internal areas, in order to ensure compliance with established guidelines, acting as an independent organizational unit, subordinate to the Executive Board.

All of this is supported by an active board of directors made up of 5 members, two of whom are independent.