Africa-Press – Angola. The investor’s pillar in terms of protection is financial education, defended yesterday, in Luanda, the technician of the Angola Debt and Securities Exchange (BODIVA), Heriwalter Domingos, on the sidelines of a webinar promoted by the Capital Markets Commission ( CMC) as part of the World Investor Week.
According to Bodiva’s senior staff, when addressing the topic “The Role of Market Participants in Investor Protection”, the more informed, the greater will be their ability to make decisions.
Heriwalter Domingos also said that in addition to financial education, there is also the issue of the consumer protection association and popular action, considered elements that aim to guarantee consumer protection.
As he stated, in recent times, there has been a significant growth in terms of communication across the board and Bodiva, including CMC, especially at the digital level, communication about investments is increasingly visible as well as financial communicators.
At Bodiva’s level, in addition to a constant presence on the main social networks, a regular approach to market updates is also promoted by radio in the “Hora da Bolsa” program.
Therefore, from the point of view of financial education, there is this aspect that has to do with social networks, as well as a certain level of monitoring by universities in terms of presence seeking to know about Bodiva markets.
In turn, the representative of the Capital Markets Commission (CMC), Runa Cruz, explained that, for the approach to financial education, it has been hard work in the supervision market, in addition to the promotion that is being worked on on a permanent basis. .
“We have several strategies to increasingly disseminate knowledge about financial education to investors,” said Runa Cruz.