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BODIVA traded 874 billion kwanzas in 2019

The Angola Debt and Securities Exchange (BODIVA) traded 874 billion kwanzas (US $ 1.7 billion) on the markets in 2019, between bonds and treasury bills, plus 10 percent over 2018, was announced.


According to the chairman of BODIVA's executive committee, Ottoniel dos Santos, in 2019, the institution also consolidated more than 11,400 accounts in its custody center, which guarantees "greater fluidity" for the issuer or another interested in trading in the markets.

The official, who was speaking this Friday at a press conference for the launch of the Annual Market Report BODIVA, scheduled for March 5, also said that at the level of his central securities accounted for three dematerializations of banking institutions.

According to the Stock Exchange, the banks Prestígio, Banco Yetu and BAI Microfinanças decided last year to credit their securities accounts in electronic format to their trading accounts.

For Ottoniel dos Santos, these actions indicate the "gradual evolution of BODIVA as a market manager and, in particular, the evolution of the market itself".

The chairman of the institution's executive committee also noted that the amount of debt held in the BOVIDA markets has been "increasing annually" because the debt issued by the State, previously managed by the central bank, is now under the management of the Stock Exchange.

"And when going to BODIVA, this variable increases in value, but from a nominal point of view if we follow the amount traded at BODIVA every year, the negotiation is increasing because it is the value that is traded from one member to another", he added .

The Debt and Securities Exchange currently has 22 members, including 20 banking units.

Asked about the performance of members in regulated markets, the official pointed out Banco Económico, BAI, Millennium Atlântico, BFA and Standard Bank as the five largest banks that trade in BODIVA markets.

These banks are responsible for 65 percent of the amount traded at the level of the management company of Angola's regulated markets.

In addition to the launch of the BODIVA Annual Market Report, the agency's executive committee, within the scope of its actions for 2020 and 2021, will also launch a magazine that should compile the performance of the market and its members for general knowledge.

Allowing citizens to become aware of the work of members during the trading of securities and their evolution is one of the foundations of the magazine's production and launch.

BODIVA also proposes to award performance bonuses to the members of the body and other actors who intervene in the securities markets managed by it.

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