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CVM publishes guidelines on the extension of the use of the 16.0 version of Empresas.NET


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Action is mainly for sending the 3rd ITR by financial institutions publicly-held companies

The Securities Commission (SEP / CVM) Superintendence of Corporate Relations (SEP / CVM) announced today, 10/29/2020, Circular Letter advising on the extension of the use of version 16.0 of the Empresas.NET system, notably for the sending of the 3rd ITR by financial institutions to publicly-held companies, using the chart of accounts available in that version.

Although both versions (16.0 and 17.0) are still available, with the exception of the specific case mentioned above, the technical area recommends using version 17.0, including by the financial institutions themselves to send the Reference Form.


If you have problems with the usability, installation or operation of Empresas.NET, contact B3 – Brasil, Bolsa, Balcão by email [email protected].

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Access the CVM / SEP Circular Letter 10/20.

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Abbreviation: CVM
Jurisdiction: Brazil

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