The Angolan Debt and Securities Exchange (Bodiva) today launched a new segment to finance small and medium enterprises, called "SME's Segment", by issuing debt or shares, it was announced today.
"The SME market that we are inaugurating today is designed to contribute to reducing what in our view has been the great financing deficit that SMEs (small and medium-sized enterprises) still face today, unfortunately," said the executive director of Bodiva, Odair Costa.
According to him, through this market, companies will be able to capitalize by issuing debt or capital instruments, commonly known as shares.
With this segment, Bodiva . . .