Bolsa de Valores de Mocambique
ARCO 100,00
ARKO SEGUROS 1.625,00
CDM 50,00
CMH 3.750,00
EMOSE 15,00
HCB 2,80
PAYTECH 3,00
REVIMO ----
TROPIGALIA 107,00
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 21,1000%
OT 2005 S2 10,9100%
OT 2017 S6 22,1250%
OT 2017 S7 22,1250%
OT 2019 S1 6.6250%
OT Fornecedores 2019 7,5625%
OT 2020 S6 10,0000%
OT 2020 S7 19,8125%
OT 2020 S8 20,1875%
OT 2020 S10 19,6250%
OT 2020 S11 6,9375%
OT 2021 S1 20,0000%
OT 2021 S2 19,3750%
OT 2021 S3 19,5000%
OT 2021 S4 19,1250%
OT 2021 S5 19,0625%
OT 2021 S6 19,5625%
OT 2021 S7 18,8750%
OT 2021 S8 19,0000%
OT 2021 S10 14,5000%
OT 2021 S11 6,9375%
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%
BNI 2022 S1 20,0000%
BNI 2021 S2 14,20%
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%
PC MYBUCKS 2023 S1 20,0000%
ZAYA ----
TRASSUS ----
RGS AGRO ---
PC ACESS BANK 2023-2024 S2 15,0000%
OT 2021 S4 18,6250%
Letshego 2023 S1 22,500
Letshego 2023 SII 22,500
Letshego 2023 SIII 22,500
ACESS BANK  2023-2024 - S3 15,0000%
OT 2024 S5 17,0000%
PC FIRST CAPITAL BANK 2024 S1 14,0000%
The Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) has strengthened the mechanisms of auditing and internal management, compliance and good corporate governance, as part of the measures to combat the crime of money laundering and financing of terrorism in the country.

The assurance was given by the Chairman of the Board of Directors of BVM, Salim Cripton Valá, during the XVIII Annual Conference of the Private Sector (CASP), which was held in Maputo from the 21st to the 23rd of June this year.

"In view of the imminent danger, in recent years we have strengthened the audit and control, risk management, compliance and good governance mechanisms. Public companies are required to register with the Central Securities Depository (CVM), thus reinforcing the values of integrity, credibility, trust, and transparency in transactions involving securities," said Salim Cripton Valá.

BVM currently has 13 listed companies and a market capitalization of 177,664.22 million meticais, representing 26 percent of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP); 249 securities; and 25,110 holders registered at the CVM.

n another development, the BVM PCA pointed out that the challenges faced are enormous, hence the institution has been implementing innovative reforms to identify suspicious transactions and also be in line with other international peer institutions.

The XVIII Annual Private Sector Conference, a three-day event, was held under the theme: "Transformation, Innovation and Sustainability for Industrial Competitiveness".

In another event, held on June 21, Salim Cripton Valá was invited to address: "The support of UN system organizations, the private sector and civil society in strengthening national and implementing institutions of communication for development policies", during the first International Conference on Communication for Development, co-organized by the Information Bureau (GABINFO) and the Institute for Media (ICS).

On the occasion, Valá said that ICS must forge strong partnerships that contribute to the promotion of communication for development.

In this sense, he left four messages that can serve as a guiding basis for the materialization of this desideratum: "I - The youth today do not know the role and relevance of ICS, and Mozambique is a young country and of young people; II - The successes and positive results achieved in the past do not guarantee, by themselves, the successes in the present and future, but they can illuminate and inspire. It is vital to reinvent and re-energize the ICS and adapt it to the new context."

n another development, the BVM PCA pointed out that the challenges faced are enormous, hence the institution has been implementing innovative reforms to identify suspicious transactions and also be in line with other international peer institutions.

The XVIII Annual Private Sector Conference, a three-day event, was held under the theme: "Transformation, Innovation and Sustainability for Industrial Competitiveness".

In another event, held on June 21, Salim Cripton Valá was invited to address: "The support of UN system organizations, the private sector and civil society in strengthening national and implementing institutions of communication for development policies", during the first International Conference on Communication for Development, co-organized by the Information Bureau (GABINFO) and the Institute for Media (ICS).

On the occasion, Valá said that ICS must forge strong partnerships that contribute to the promotion of communication for development.

In this sense, he left four messages that can serve as a guiding basis for the materialization of this desideratum: "I - The youth today do not know the role and relevance of ICS, and Mozambique is a young country and of young people; II - The successes and positive results achieved in the past do not guarantee, by themselves, the successes in the present and future, but they can illuminate and inspire. It is vital to reinvent and re-energize the ICS and adapt it to the new context."


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