Bolsa de Valores de Mocambique
ARCO 100,00
ARKO SEGUROS 1.625,00
CDM 49,20
CMH 4.600,00
EMOSE 12,50
HCB 2,50
PAYTECH 3,00
REVIMO ----
TROPIGALIA 105,00
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%
Under the motto “Promoting Sustainable and Inclusive Development for 34 years”, GAPI , a Development Financial Institution registered with the Bank of Mozambique in the Investment Company (SI) category, promoted, on the 1st of March, a conference on several themes of the sector in which it operates, with emphasis on financial inclusion and sustainable development.

With the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) - embodied in 17 goals, whose time horizon goes until 2030 - as a reference, the event began with the presentation of a testimony by the founders of GAPI, jurist Hermenegildo Gamito, former president of the Council Constitutional.

“Using the teachings of Saint Thomas Aquinas, I am pleased to thank everyone who, over the years, has helped GAPI become the reference financial institution it is today”, highlighted Gamito.

On the occasion, Salim Valá, PCA of BVM, participated in the panel that addressed Financial Inclusion and Financing for Sustainable Development. Valá highlighted that the issue of financial inclusion is extremely pressing, considering some of its key dimensions, starting with the issue of expansion, from the perspective of effective access, of financial services for all. Associated with this, he said that the issue of financial education should not be overlooked, without which many actions could result in failure.

“It is no coincidence that, in some latitudes, financial education is a transversal theme throughout the education chain. That is why I am one of those who defend, since the time when I was National Director for the Promotion of Rural Development, that financial education should be included in the national curriculum from primary school onwards”, he reiterated.

The BVM PCA also said, as if to corroborate the view of one of the participants who spoke in the previous session, that the “seven million” taught that access to financing is not, in itself, enough to promote development. “We need to have knowledge, to believe in ourselves, to be persistent.”

Digital inclusion, Valá pointed out, is another essential dimension of financial inclusion, as is the case with marketing inclusion, taking into account that when producing there must be a market, under penalty of all the effort undertaken being reduced to zero.

In turn, GAPI's main advisor, António Souto. In his speech during the panel, he presented the Finance for Sustainable Development (F4SD) platform, which is part of GAPI's strategy for the coming years, shaped by the SDGs.

He said, at the time, that the recent warning from the United Nations was taken into account, according to which the achievement of what was recommended in terms of the SDGs is at risk. He pointed out that, in its recent assessment, the United Nations made it known, through its Secretary-General, António Guterres, that “while rich economies have recovered from the harmful impacts of COVID-19, undeveloped ones are sinking even further”.

“Listening, listening, is one of GAPI’s values. This includes the need to listen to the recommendations of national and international institutions”, emphasized Souto, adding that “investments that generate employment will always deserve special attention”.

The F4SD platform was created to mobilize entities interested in a fairer society and a more inclusive economy, “as we prepare for the opening of our shareholder structure. GAPI intends to go public and double its share capital from 200 million to 400 million Meticais, which we hope to quadruple the impact of what we do”.

In turn, Rafael Uaiene, Chairman of the Board of Directors (PCA) of GAPI, assured, in one of his interventions, that measuring the impact of investments is one of GAPI's distinctive features. “This is what sets us apart from other financial institutions in the country”, he highlighted.

Government institutions, commercial banks and GAPI's strategic partners participated in the event.

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