Bolsa de Valores de Mocambique
ARCO 100,00
ARKO SEGUROS 1.500,00
CDM 55,00
CMH 3.500,00
EMOSE 11,00
HCB 2,90
PAYTECH 3,00
REVIMO ----
TROPIGALIA 115,00
TOUCH 150,00
ZERO 20,00
2BUSINESS 1,00
MWIH ---
RGS AGRO ---
BAYPORT 2019 Série II 19,0000%
BAYPORT 2020 Série I 16,0000%
BAYPORT 2020 Série II 24,3000%
BAYPORT 2021 Série I 22,1400%
BAYPORT 2021 Série II 23,2000%
BAYPORT 2021 Série III 23,2000%
BAYPORT 2021 Série IV 22,82%
VISABEIRA 2020 20,0000%
OT 2005 S2 10,9100%
OT 2017 S6 20,0000%
OT 2017 S7 20,0000%
OT 2019 S1 6.6250%
OT Fornecedores 2019 7,5625%
OT 2020 S6 10,0000%
OT 2020 S8 20,1875%
OT 2020 S10 19,6250%
OT 2020 S11 5,1250%
OT 2021 S1 20,0000%
OT 2021 S2 19,3750%
OT 2021 S3 19,5000%
OT 2021 S4 19,1250%
OT 2021 S5 17,5625%
OT 2021 S6 19,5625%
OT 2021 S7 18,8750%
OT 2021 S8 19,0000%
OT 2021 S10 14,5000%
OT 2021 S11 5,1250%
OT 2022 6,2500%
OT 2022 S1 19,9000%
OT 2022 S2 19,0000%
OT 2022 S3 20,0000%
OT 2022 S3 19,5500%
OT 2022 S4 18,9000%
OT 2022 S5 17,0000%
OT 2022 S6 17,0000%
OT 2022 S7 17,7500%
OT 2022 S8 17,6250%
OT 2022 S9 17,750%
OT 2022 S10 19,0000%
OT 2022 S11 17,5000%
OT 2023 S1 19,0000%
OT 2023 S2 19,0000%
OT 2023 S3 20,0000%
OT 2023 S4 19,0000%
OT 2023 S5 16,0000%
OT 2023 S6 17,0000%
OT 2023 S7 17,0000%
OT 2023 - S8 16,0000%
OT 2023 S9 18,0000%
OT 2024 S1 18,0000%
OT 2024 S2 19,5000%
OT 2024 S3 18,0000%
OT 2024 S4 17,0000%
OT 2024 S5 17,0000%
OT 2024 S6 16,5000%
OT 2024 S7 16,0000%
BNI 2022 S1 20,0000%
BNI 2021 S2 13,1000%
BNI 2021 S3 15,0000%
BAYPORT 2022 Série I 21,9900%
BAYPORT 2023 Série I 23,2500%
BAYPORT 2023 Série II 22,0000%
PC BIG-2023-2024 15,5000%
PC BAYPORT 2023 S1 21,0000%
PC BAYPORT 2023 S1 23,7500%
BAYPORT 2023 - Série III 21,5000%
PC BAYPORT 2023 S2 22,0000%
ZAYA ----
PC ACESS BANK 2023-2024 S2 15,0000%
TRASSUS ----
RGS AGRO ---
Letshego 2023 S1 22,500
Letshego 2023 SII 22,500
Letshego 2023 SIII 22,500
ACESS BANK  2023-2024 - S3 15,0000%
PC FIRST CAPITAL BANK 2024 S1 14,0000%
PC FIRST CAPITAL BANK 2024 S2 15,0000%
PC BIG-2024-2025 14,0000%

The Chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of the Mozambican Stock Exchange (BVM), Salim Cripton Valá , invited companies to use the products and financial instruments available on the stock market, on Thursday, February 16 of the year event, in Maputo, during the “Breakfast on Economics and Business”, which discussed the macroeconomic perspectives for 2023 and the sustainability of Mozambican companies. The event was promoted by the Association of Commerce, Industry and Services (ACIS), in partnership with BVM and Moza Banco.

According to Salim Valá, the business class must, alongside the State, take the lead, as the Stock Exchange has competitive advantages in terms of the cost of financing.

“We, as BVM, are not satisfied, because we currently have only 12 listed companies, and a market capitalization in % of GDP of 24.5%. We are working to have more companies listed, and entrepreneurs and investors should see the BVM as a reliable, credible and viable platform to do business”.

Salim Valá was called to the round table to address the Empowerment and Capacity Building of Mozambican Companies, which, after outlining the national business framework, referred to the urgent need for training national companies.

The qualification of companies, according to the PCA of the BVM, will contribute, on the one hand, to make them truly competitive, sustainable and, on the other hand, to boost the country's economy which, despite external and internal shocks, tends to show signs of recovery.

“Training is vital for companies. The strengthening of the institution itself, of human capital adequate and calibrated for the country's and global challenges, is an economic asset for the business sector itself. Listing on the Stock Exchange is a strong competitive advantage for companies”, he underlined.

A similar position was expressed by Jaime Joaquim, member of the Executive Committee of Moza Banco, for whom training should be inclusive and comprehensive.

Jaime Joaquim, stated that Moza Banco has several lines of financing available to customers (companies), which, however, can only be accessed by companies that meet the requirements for the purpose, among which, for example, the good economic and financial health, organized accounting, concrete amortization plan, among others.

For his part, the President of the Association of Commerce, Industry and Services (ACIS), Luís Magaço, understands that the signs of recovery in the economy configure, today, the rebirth of companies for the sector, mirrored above all by the growing number of companies that returned to join the association.

“Some are not active due to the difficult situation that we have all gone through in the last three years. However, the situation has improved a lot and this can be seen with the growing number of companies that are re-affiliating with ACIS and actively participating in all processes”, said Luís Magaço.

ACIS is represented throughout the country and currently has 600 affiliated companies.

For Alexis Meyer, representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) in Mozambique, all attention should be turned to the development of human capital, noting that it can serve as an important catalyst for boosting the country's economy.

 

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