Last Updated: 16 February 2018
BVM launched their 5 year Strategic Plan (2017-2017), on the 11th December 2017 of which prepared with the support of the Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique (FSDmoc).
The Strategic Plan presents a strategic vision, general objectives, challenges, targets and the Stock Market action plan for the next five years. The Strategic Plan was prepared with the support of the Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique (FSDMoç). The event was attended by Financial Institutions, Stock Exchange Operators, Public Companies, Higher Education Institutions, Entrepreneurs, CTA, BVM Strategic Partners, among other guests.
During her speech, the Executive Director of the FSDMoç, Esselina Macome, congratulated the BVM for the work that has been developing for the capital market and to ensure the inclusion of all commercial agents in the Stock Market. She reiterated FSDMoç commitment to continue supporting BVM to achieve its goals and implementing its Strategic Plan.
For its part, Salim Valá, BVM's PCA, let it known that BVM plans to adopt new technologies to bring society closer to the Institution's services, in order to disseminate knowledge about the Capital Market, the Stock Exchange and, above all, its use.
Valá also explained that the Strategic Plan objective is to develop and reposition the BVM on the National Market, list more companies in order to bring more liquidity to the market and create opportunities for companies looking for financing allowing them to find more available resources.
The Medium Term Strategic Plan, the results of a diagnosis carried out at the level of the main players of the Mozambican Capital Market, namely the Market Supervisor, Financial Intermediaries and Traders, Issuers and Investors. The document presents the main challenges of the Capital Market and the Stock Exchange, when it comes to Structure, Training, Awareness, Communication
Positioning, Legislation and Regulation, as well as the Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Market.
Among the various activities, it highlighted some of the relevant actions such as the introduction of new financial products in the Stock Exchange, for the Large, Small and Medium Enterprises, offering to the investors greater investment alternatives; the increase of the limits variation of prices established for trading instruments as way to promote liquidity and finally promoting the establishment of autonomous brokers.
The long-term initiatives include the development of the internal market, the attraction of the Municipalities and Provinces to the Stock Market, and the listing of financial institutions and mobile telephony companies.
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