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 Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) will remain committed to the continuous promotion of the secondary market. The assurance was given by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of BVM, Salim Cripton Valá, during the "Business Cycle", which took place on March 28 in Maputo.

"This is still a small-sized stock exchange, with low liquidity and little depth. We are aware of this. Our focus continues to be to dynamize the Secondary Market, the one that is the traditional role of the stock exchange", assured Salim Valá.

The "Business Cycle", organized by BVM, had the objective of harmonizing methods, approaches and working procedures among the different players that operate in the Stock Exchange and Capital Market.

Speaking to those present, the President of the Board of Directors of BVM revealed that, by the end of 2027, the institution he manages aims to have 30 listed companies, and the market capitalization should be 35% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) by then.
This year, the Mozambique Stock Exchange celebrates its 25th anniversary and has already financed the economy to the tune of more than 278 million meticais, with its market capitalization currently standing at 24.3%.

The simplification of procedures for listing companies (especially Small and Medium Enterprises) on the stock exchange, the process of buying and selling securities, and the role of commercial banks (intermediaries) were the themes that dominated the discussions.

The President of the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (APME), Feito Tudo Mal, highlighted the need to move towards a joint reflection around solutions to ensure that more companies are listed on the stock exchange. He mentioned that the requirements for the admission of companies have been a hindrance for some situations, so the time has come to look for alternatives that can really serve as an incentive.

"If these big companies are not listed on the stock exchange, how is it going to be for a Small and Medium Company. We can't be limited. I wanted to challenge the Exchange and say that we are open to that introspection and find a middle ground, so that there is an avalanche or adhesion of Small and Medium Enterprises to enter the Stock Exchange," said the APME President.

The role of intermediaries (commercial banks) was even the theme that divided opinions. João das Neves, CEO of Zero Investimentos, an SME listed in the second market of the Stock Exchange, said that commercial banks have no interest in these operations and have shown little commitment, and there are, as he said, cases in which purchase orders are even ignored, precisely because they are not geared for this purpose.

"The commercial banks have no direct interest in these operations. Although they are intermediaries, they are not geared for this and have no interest in seeing this type of adhesion. There is a purchase order and the bank simply ignores it. It ignores it because it is not geared for this. It doesn't train.

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