RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This year 30 IPOs (initial public offerings) have already taken place, more than the 25 held in 2020, according to the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission (CVM). This positive scenario could be improved if Brazil were to have an "access market".
An access market is an environment for listing and trading the shares of companies which have grown large enough not to be considered startups, but which do not yet have the muscle to go public in traditional stock exchanges.
It is an organized (and regulated) market, in which a company is already considered public and . . .