Stock Exchanges in Brazil

Main stock exchanges in Brazil include: São Paulo Stock Exchange (BM&F Bovespa); Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange (BVRJ); Maringá Mercantile and Futures Exchange; BOVMESB (Minas, Brasília and Espírito Santo Stock Exchange).

BM&F Bovespa
- It was created in 2008 through the integration between the São Paulo Stock Exchange and the Brazilian Mercantile & Futures Exchange.
- It is the most important Brazilian financial institution to intermediate equity market transactions and the only securities, commodities and futures exchange in Brazil.
- It is proud to be the first Exchange in the world to obtain the ISO 9001 certification.
- The Exchange offers market participants different types of access to technological infrastructure: RCCF, RCB, VPN Internet and LAN Co-location.
- There is an option for investors to send buy and sell orders via Internet through Home Broker, accessing online quotes and accompanying their investments on the Exchange’s markets securely and fast.
- BM&FBOVESPA also has offices in New York, Shanghai and London.

Rio de Janeiro Stock Exchange
- It is the second largest exchange in Brazil, after the Bovespa stock exchange.
- It trades in government bonds and currencies on the electronic Sisbex system.

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