Live Webcast of Bradesco's APIMEC Meeting in Manaus

Dec 16, 2010, 08:13 ET from Banco Bradesco S.A.

SAO PAULO, Dec. 16, 2010 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ --

Dear Sir or Madam,

Today Bradesco concludes its series of 2010 APIMEC Meetings in Manaus, Amazonas.

The event will cover the following topics: macroeconomic scenario, financial and economic aspects of Bradesco, and sustainability as an integral part of the Bank's business.

The event will be also attended by the Sustainable Amazonas Foundation (FAS), of which Bradesco is the co-founder. FAS will present its support initiatives for riverside communities in the Amazon region and will also be covering the issue of forest preservation.

Today's meeting is Bradesco's 19th in 2010, 13 of which transmitted live over the internet with simultaneous translation into English.

Date: December 16, 2010

APIMEC Meeting - Manaus, AM

Location: Hotel Tropical Manaus - Avenida Coronel Teixeira, 1320 - Ponta Negra

Time: 9:00 p.m. (Brasilia time)

Go to, watch a live webcast of the event and participate in the Q&A session.


Banco Bradesco S.A.

Market Relations Department

Should you have any questions or require further information, please contact the Market Relations Department - (55 11) 2178-6201.

Bradesco is one of the largest private banks in Brazil and the largest insurance company in Latin America, with assets totaling R$ 611.903 billion in September 2010. The Bank reached a market capitalization of R$ 114.510(1) billion, with an annualized return on average equity(2) of 22.5% in 9M10. Founded 67 years ago and a publicly-held company since 1946, listed on the Sao Paulo, New York and Madrid stock exchanges, Bradesco is recognized around the world for its financial solidity and excellent customer service. It is constantly engaged in the pursuit of value for all its stakeholders, continuously investing in technological and administrative advances and searching for new business opportunities, always backed by the highest standards of ethical conduct and respect for people and the environment.

(1) Number of shares (less treasury shares) multiplied by the closing price of the common and preferred shares on the period's last trading day;

(2) Excluding effects of asset valuation adjustments recorded under Shareholders' Equity.

APIMEC Meetings are held over the year in various Brazilian states. These meetings aim to share the Organization's main events with the capital markets while reinforcing the Bank's commitment to transparency and the proper disclosure of all information that may, directly or indirectly, influence its share price or investors' decisions to buy or sell its shares.

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