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CVM publishes update of the Periodic and Eventual Information Submission Manual for Companies through the Empresas.NET System

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Focus is on the possibility of sending documents by public and foreign companies that are requesting registration

The Superintendence of Corporate Relations (SEP) of the Brazilian Securities Commission (CVM) announces today, 10/16/2020, Circular Letter 9/20. The document aims to provide guidance on updates that have occurred in the Manual for Sending Periodic and Eventual Information from Companies through the Empresas.NET System.

According to the technical area, the main focus of the update is to enable the sending of documents by public and foreign companies that, at the moment, are requesting registration with the CVM. The manual informs about changes made to the Empresas.NET System categories, which now allow this submission. In addition, the maximum size of files to be uploaded to the System has also been increased.

Important!

The Manual must be consulted together with the Annual Circular Letter issued by the Superintendence, which presents all general guidelines and information on important procedures for companies.

Access the CVM / SEP Circular Letter 9/20 it’s the Updated IPE manual.

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Abbreviation: CVM
Jurisdiction: Brazil

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