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%

With the support of the Economic and Business Development Program (USAID / SPEED +).

Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) is developing a study for its strategic repositioning in the Mozambican Market, in order to attract more companies to be listed on the Stock Exchange and become a more relevant financing instrument for Companies, in particular for SMEs.

In order to gather sensitivities from the market players, USAID, in partnership with BVM, Confederation of Mozambican Economic Associations (CTA) and the Association of Small and Medium Enterprises (APME), held a round table on July 5 which was attended by Financial Institutions, Economic Associations, BVM´s Strategic Partners, Business community among others.

During the opening ceremony, BVM's CEO, Salim Valá, said that the study requested from USAID will allow the Stock Exchange to be a reference instrument, and to contribute to the improvementof specific indicators of the Stock Market and global indicators for the economic stability of Mozambique, with a focus on expanding the instruments towards financing the productive activity of companies in general, and SMEs in particular.

Valá also said that BVM intends to reposition itself and increase its expression, practical usefulness and visibility in the financial system, so it launched itself in the project, with the support of the Economic Policy Reform Support project, in order to carry out the study which aims at identifying the strategic actions that allow the extension of the role of BVM in the financial system and in the country´s economy.

Moreover, the Chairman of the Confederation of Economic Associations of Mozambique (CTA), AgostinhoVuma, welcomed BVM´s initiative, taking into account that the strategic repositioning of BVM in the Mozambican market is more than necessary, and it is mandatory for it to become an effective alternative financing modality for SMEs. In his speech, he also pointed out that the only brokers or players in brokerage are the Commercial Banks. “These banks develop their activities aimed at their Core Business, especially on the mobilization of credit deposits.

The question is: are the banks most likely to promote deposits and credits neglecting the mobilization of investors in the stock market? In other words, will it be true that the banks are lazy in terms of actions aimed at the development of the capital market in Mozambique?”

Note that the study will be conducted by the following consultants: the North American specialist in capital markets, John Thompson, and the Mozambican economist, Hipólito Hamela. It should be stressed that the results of the study will be presented and published in due course.


Photos of the event