Top 5PriceChange
SIBC6 6002,33%
ABJC2 1402,15%
BOAB6 7001,98%
CIEC2 0251,25%
Flop 5PriceChange
TTLS2 350-6,00%
CABC1 000-5,66%
SDCC5 050-5,43%
SOGC3 525-5,37%
Market Activities
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Equities Capitalization8 530 193 845 519 FCFA
Bonds Capitalization10 211 204 429 852 FCFA


Tuesday, May 26, 2020, the BRVM organised it's first virtual securities listing ceremony with the admission to it's bond compartment of two bonds of the National Treasury of Côte d'Ivoire (TPCI.O41 and TPCI.O42).

“COVID-19 has led us to adapt for several months. We thought of a rapid crisis but we must now get used to the idea that we have to live with maybe for a long time and reinvent ourselves to adapt to the "new normal", "said Dr. Edoh Kossi AMENOUNVE, CEO of the BRVM, at the beginning of the ceremony.

It is in line with our resilient approach that the first virtual listing ceremony in the history of the BRVM was organised, on Tuesday, May 26th, 2020 with the bonds "TPCI 5.8% 2020 - 2027" and "TPCI 5.9% 2020 - 2030 ” which were issued on the UEMOA regional financial market. The bonds will be over the period of February 12 to 27, 2020 for a total amount of 124,208,500,000 XOF.

“The BRVM is ready to support the WAEMU States in financing the resumption of post-crisis growth through specialised programs such as Social, Green, Climate and Sanitary bonds etc. As restated by the CEO of the BRVM.

Dr Amenounve urged all stakeholders to prepare for future crises now by giving themselves the means to organise and otherwise finance the development of the Continent because "We expected a financial crisis, but we had a health crisis. When and what will the nature of the next crises? The only certainty that one can have is that it could also have serious social, ecological and economic consequences, "he concluded.

Also speaking during this landmark event, the Director General of the National Treasury of Côte d'Ivoire, Mr. Jacques Konan ASSAHORE, invited investors to support the actions of the Ivorian Government to fight against this COVID -19 pandemic, through a massive subscription to National Treasury of Ivory Coast Operation.