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Representatives of SADC Stock Market meet in Angola

Representatives of the SADC countries Stock Market will hold in Luanda on March 14 the 51st meeting of the region’s stock exchange commission, among others, to define strategies aimed at boosting the capital market.

Participants in the 51st meeting of the SADC Region’s Stock Exchanges Commission (CoSSE), to be organized by the Angola Securities Debt Exchange (BODIVA), will reflect on the stock market activity in the SADC member countries that are part of this regional organization, as well as contribute to the development of the financial market.

According to the document that reached Angop on Thursday, the event will address topics related to the development of new financial products, the progress of the regulatory framework of the region, the qualification of regional frameworks and the situation of the plan of this commission for the current year.

The Angolan Stock Exchange (BODIVA), as the management company’s mission, is to promote the development of the regulated market for securities and derivatives and thereby contribute decisively to the sustained financing of the Angolan economy.

Source: Angop


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