The code for our actions is VBBR3. Along with changing our Corporate Name we changed our Ticker from BRDT3 to VBBR3.
To invest in Vibra Energia shares you need to contact a brokerage firm registered with B3 S.A. – Brasil, Bolsa, Balcão who will assist you with the necessary procedures.
For more information, you can access the website of BM & F BOVESPA, in the section How Investing in Shares .
Vibra Energia’s shares are listed on B3 S.A.’s Novo Mercado – Brazil, Bolsa, Balcão since December 15, 2017. As we are in the Novo Mercado, all our shares are common.
Common shares (ON) are voting shares, giving their holders a greater participation in the Company’s business, which occurs through the resolutions taken at the Shareholders’ Meetings.
Another feature of common shares is the so-called tag along, which guarantees shareholders – in case of shareholder restructuring – to receive 100% of the amount agreed with the controlling shareholders.
The Annual General Meeting (AGM) is a meeting held no later than 4 months after the end of the year, with the purpose of taking the directors’ accounts, examining, discussing and voting the financial statements, deciding on the allocation of the net income of the exercise and distribution of dividends, and elect the directors and, if applicable, the members of the fiscal council.
The Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) shall be convened for the deliberation of matters other than those previously listed.
There may be the convening and cumulative holding of an ordinary and extraordinary general meeting (AGO / E), provided that they are simultaneously convened and held at the same place, date and time, and are instrumentalized in a single minutes. All shareholders may attend the meetings and have the right to vote.
Our shares are part of the Brazil 100 (IBrX 100) index.
Depending on the broker, it may be a percentage of the transaction performed and / or a fixed amount, this rate varies by institution. Most large commercial banks have brokerage firms authorized to operate in the financial market.
Custody fee is a fee charged monthly by brokerages to store investor securities or shares.
It is a tool that enables stock trading via the internet, allowing you to send stock buy and sell orders through a broker’s website.
The depositary financial institution of our shares is Banco Bradesco S.A.
Phone: 0800 701 1616
Website : www.bradescocustodia.com.br
Address: Cidade de Deus, no number – Vila Yara, Osasco-SP
Alteration of registration data may be made at any branch of Banco Bradesco. Just present certified copies of ID, CPF and proof of residence.
Vibra Energia owns 1,165,000,000 shares.
You can track the real-time value of our actions through our RI website , including charts and comparisons
There is no minimum or maximum limit to trade stocks. However, costs such as brokerage can make very low value applications uninteresting. Please note that the shares are usually traded in lots.
Under Brazilian Corporate Law, every publicly traded Brazilian company must distribute to shareholders at least 25% of its net income in dividends. Depending on the company’s bylaws, this total may also be distributed through interest on equity (JCP).
Dividends are exempt from income tax, while interest on equity is taxed at 15% when the investor receives them. It does not matter when the stock was purchased by the investor, as long as the investor owns the stock within the deadline set for the payment.
Ex date is the date on which the shares are traded without dividend rights.
All of our Financial Results, Financial Statements (ITR / DFP), Earnings Presentation, Complete Annual Financial Statements and other documents can be found on our IR website: Notices and Results >/Results Center.
All material facts, financial results and other communications to the market are disclosed on the CVM website and on Vibra Energia’s IR website.
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