The first stage is to study about it, we suggest you look into B3 S.A.’s – Brazil, Bolsa and Balcão (old BM&FBovespa) website; to access the content, click here . Afterwards, it is necessary to search for a broker registered at B3, where you can find market professionals who can assist you. The stocks are traded on the internet through the Broker’s Home Broker.
Mater Dei’s shares are traded under the B3 “Novo Mercado” (New Market) segment, the highest level of corporate governance, with the ticket “MATD3” since April, 2021.
Novo Mercado is a segment of the B3 stock market destined for companies that fulfill minimum requirements and follow differentiated corporate governance rules. The corporate governance is a set of practice that ensures the safeguard of the stakeholders, optimizing the company’s performance. These practices concern, for example, transparency, fairness of treatment for all shareholders, and accountability. Mater Dei issues only common shares that provide to its shareholders the right to vote at the shareholders meeting and tag along rights, that ensures minority shareholders protection in the event of an ownership restructuring.
The Mater Dei stock’s price can be tracked on our investor relations website (with a small delay), click here, on B3 website and on the Home Brokers of the Brokers registered at B3.
After the public offering in April, 2021, the controlling group owns 77,2% of the company’s common shares (total of 355.057.093 common shares). To learn more, click here.