Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil

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Securities and Exchange Commission of Brazil

Also called the Comissao de Valores Mobiliarios or the CVM. An agency of the Brazilian government that serves as the primary regulator of the securities trade. It attempts to ensure that all trades are fair, and that no price manipulation or insider trading occurs. Additionally, the CVM promotes full disclosure and transparency to ensure competitiveness. It was established in 1976.
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In a country where getting government information is akin to finding a snowball in the Amazon, this website for the Commissao de Valores Mobiliarios, or CVM, the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission, is as welcome as an IMF financial bailout.
He is registered with the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission as a portfolio manager and securities consultant, and has, since 1985, held the position of Professor of Finance and Investment Analysis at the Graduate School of Economics of the Getulio Vargas Foundation.
NASDAQ:NETC) (Latibex:XNET) (Bovespa:PLIM4), publicly announces its decision of postponing the date for releasing its 4Q04 and 2004 results from March 15, 2005 to the day subsequent to the payment to its creditors, observing the legal deadline of March 31, 2005, established by the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission ("CVM").
SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Companhia de Bebidas das Americas - AmBev ("AmBev") (NYSE: ABV) (NYSE: ABVc) (BOVESPA: AMBV4) (BOVESPA: AMBV3) informs that yesterday it received the ruling from the Superintendencia de Relacoes com Empresas of the Comissao de Valores Mobiliarios ("CVM") - the office for corporate relations of the Brazilian securities and exchange commission - regarding the complaint presented by Caixa de Previdencia dos Funcionarios do Banco do Brasil - Previ, in relation to the alliance between AmBev and Interbrew S.
The Tender Offer will begin as soon as it is registered at the Comissao de Valores Mobiliarios, the Brazilian Securities and Exchange Commission.
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