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Optional Point transferred to Friday, 10/30

CVM informs that the optional point of the Public Servants Day, scheduled for 10/28, was transferred to 10/30, according to Ordinance 362/20, of the Ministry of Economy, published on the night of Tuesday, 10/27, in an extra edition of the Official Gazette.

As a result, the CVM is operating normally on 10/28.

Important!

Regarding the counting of deadlines, the day 30/10, Friday, it will not be considered a business day.

Doubts

Eventual doubts of regulators can be clarified with the organizational components CVM with which they relate. The general public also has the channels of the Citizen Service (SAC / CVM).

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Abbreviation: CVM
Jurisdiction: Brazil

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