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Stock exchange’s “Segundo Mercado”

Co-authors: Belmiro Miguel Nhamithambo (FSDMoç Knowledge, Monitoring and Learning Analyst) and Dércio de Celestino Pedro (FSDMoç Investment Analyst). Why SMEs Are Not Listing on Mozambique Stock Exchange?  Why are the 95 out of the 100 SME’s on the KPMG 100 Biggest Companies list, which are actually eligible, are still not listed in the Stock Exchange’s primary market? Mozambique Stock Exchange (BVM) is the entity responsible for the management of the centralized primary and secondary market for debt and equity titles and is operating for 17 years.  Since its inception only four companies were
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Women key roles as farmers and caregivers: What do we know?

By Katia Agostinho, FSDMoç Market Analyst In the following blog, Katia Agostinho, looks back at International Women’s Day 2016 and provides us with a call to reflect on a deep-seated issue that confronts women smallholder farmers in Mozambique, a significant proportion of the labour force in the country. Women key roles as farmers and caregivers: What do we know? “When you invest in women and girls, you invest in everyone” Melinda Gates posted on Facebook.   Did you know that agriculture in Mozambique employs 62% of the women labour force which represents the
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1O things To Know about Access to Finance by Women

By Katia Agostinho, FSDMoç Market Analyst In the following blog, the Financial Sector Deepening Mozambique (FSDMoç), looks at the Mozambican Women’s Day 2016 and provides us with key factors about Access to Finance by Women, based on the results of the Financial Survey, FinScope consumer 2009 and 2014, and the Small and Medium Enterprises Micro (MSMEs) in 2012. 1O things To Know about Access to Finance by Women Fact: the gap is increasing; women formal inclusion is increasing at a lower rate than men (55% vs 74% increase) from 2009 to 2014. On