In a statement sent to VerAngola, Bodiva informs that last Friday (March 31) the Report and Accounts for the 2022 financial year – approved on the same day at the General Meeting – was released, with a net result of 343 million kwanzas.
"Compared to the same period last year, Bodiva recorded a net result 50 percent higher, maintaining the positive performance trend of recent years, with a significant increase in the financial results component of 43.33 percent", reads in the note.
In addition, adds the statement, from the financial statements presented, "one can also see a slight increase in net assets of 12.69 percent" compared to 2021 to 6,005 million kwanzas, as well as an increase in business volume by 25.48 percent compared to 2021 to 2,785 million kwanzas.
In terms of turnover, emphasis should be given to "the 26.67 percent increase in income arising from management activity and regulated markets, resulting from the commission for issuing shares from BAI and BCGA Banks, admitted to the Stock Market and the integration of the first Investment Fund in the Stock Exchange Market of Shareholding Units", as well as "18.51 percent of the income resulting from the clearing, settlement and custody activity, which also felt the positive impact of the entry on the stock exchange of two assets", says Bodiva.
Already for this year, the exchange says it foresees the maintenance of positive results of the entity, as well as reiterates "its commitment to contribute to the development and growth of the financial and economic sector, with an efficient, robust and transparent service, investing for this in the continuous improvement of technological infrastructures and in the framework of specialized personnel".