Last Updated: 21 March 2019
From 4 to 8 March 2019, BVM's PCA, Salim Cripton Valá. Paid a working visit to Inhambane Province with the purpose of attracting local companies to be listed on the stock exchange, disseminating information about the nature, role and advantages of market, as well as raising the awareness of potential investors to the application of their savings in listed securities.
During the visit, the BVM team held workshops with the large-scale entrepreneurs (PME's) of Maxixe, Massinga and Vilankulo, a meeting with representatives of civil society, in order to better understand what the Stock Exchange is, objectives and how to access their services.
A lecture was given to the academic community at the Inhambane Higher School of Hospitality and Tourism (ESHTI) of UEM and another to students and teachers from various schools and institutes at the intermediate level in the scope of the implementation of the Financial Education Program. During the lecture with the academic community, Salim Valá said that universities are strategic partners in disseminating information, research and awareness of society about the role and advantages of the Stock Exchange.
Meetings were also held with officials and staff from the State institutions, and visits were made to companies in the city of Maxixe, Massinga, Morrumbene and Vilanculos, in order to have a better knowledge of the companies and to invite companies to use the platform of the Stock Exchange invest in quoted securities). In the meeting held with the President of the Tourist Association of Vilankulo, Yassine Amugi, the PCA of BVM praised the work that is being carried out by the association in the promotion of tourism potential of Vilankulo.
During the visit to the companies, the businessmen showed interest in using the services of the Exchange, and sought to know the following issues; i) because BVM does not create delegations at the provincial and district level, to be closer to entrepreneurs and investors; ii) what are the concrete advantages of the financing obtained through the Exchange in relation to bank credit; iii) what is the minimum amount to buy shares; iv) Is there no risk in investing in the stock exchange?
In the aftermath of the visit, S. Exia, the Governor of Inhambane, Daniel Chapo, requested that BVM be able to return to the Province to meet with economic agents, representatives of the media and young people to deepen the knowledge of these three groups on the capital market and the Stock Exchange.Event Photos