Bolsa de Valores de Mocambique
HCB 4,60
CDM 200.00
CMH 1,100,00
CETA 120,00
EMOSE 20,00
ZERO 20,00
TOUCH 100.00
ARCO 100.00
OT 2005 S2 8.00%
Moza Banco 2013 Sub 22.50%
Visabeira 2015 21.75%
OT 2015 S4 10.125%
OT 2015 S5 10.50%
OT 2015 S6 10.50%
STB 2015 Sub S1 20.75%
STB 2015 Sub S2 21.75%
STB 2015 Sub. S3 21.75%
BNI 2016 S1 15.00%
Bayport 2016 S1 26.50%
Bayport 2016 S2 25.50%
OT 2016 S1 11.00%
OT 2016 S2 12.75%
OT 2016 S3 16.125%
OT 2017 S1 15.625%
OT 2017 S2 14.625%
OT 2017 S3 15.00%
OT 2017 S4 15.125%
OT 2017 S5 14.5625%
OT 2017 S6 18.25%
OT 2017 S7 18.25%
CM 2017 19.50%
Millennium BIM 2017 15.75%
Opportunity Bank 2017 S1 19.25%
Bayport 2017 S1 24.50%
OT 2018 S1 14.50%
OT 2018 S2 14.625%
OT 2018 S3 14.5625%
OT 2018 S4 10.00%
OT 2018 S5 16.00%
OT 2018 S6 16.00%
OT 2018 S7 16.00%
OT 2018 S8 16.00%
OT 2018 S9 16.00%
OT 2018 S10 16.00%
OT 2018 S11 16.00%
OT 2018 S12 16.00%
OT 2019 S2 14.00%
OT 2019 S3 14.00%
Opportunity Bank 2018 S1 19.25%
Opportunity Bank 2018 S2 21.50%
The Cahora Bassa Hydroelectric Plant announced publicly yesterday, May 20, in Maputo. The terms and conditions of the Tender Offer. The ceremony was attended by the Banco de Moçambique (capital market regulator), members of the Board of Directors of HCB and BVM, top managers of commercial banks, insurance companies, corporate clients of banks and potential investors and other guests.

The 2.5% represents 680 million shares of the 7.5% that the company intends to sell as part of the recommendation made to the shareholders by the President of the Republic, Filipe Jacinto Nyusi with the aim of promoting the economic inclusion of Mozambicans.

During his speech, HCB's PCA, Pedro Couto, said that the price of each action will cost three meticais (3.00 MT), and all eligible citizens, companies and institutions will be able to subscribe for the purchase through the available platforms (bank counters, M-pesa, e-Banking, Smartphones platform and USSD technology), to cover all Mozambican citizens who are in remote areas and who do not have a bank account, given the low level of banking still prevalent in the country.

He assured potential investors that HCB is financially robust and pays dividends to its shareholders annually, and buying shares may also mean making sure that the amount invested will have a good return.

For BVM's PCA, Salim Valá, this HCB operation via the Stock Exchange will undoubtedly increase stock market capitalization, market liquidity, transaction volume, attract new investors and will also attract interest from other companies. capital markets and the Stock Exchange in particular.

At present we have registered in the Central of Securities approximately 7,750 investors and with this dispersion of the capital of HCB, "we predict that this number increase to about 40 thousand investors". concluded Valá.

Speaking of the structuring of the public offering, "BCI's PCE, Paulo Sousa, assured that everything is taken care of to ensure that even Mozambicans who are outside the formal bank can own HCB.

He also informed that the minimum lot of underwriting for small national investors is 20 shares corresponding to 60.00 MT, and the maximum for this segment is 7,500 shares, which cost 22,500.00 MT and for the singular national investors, the minimum lot thousand shares while for legal entities, the minimum allowed is 20,0000 shares.

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