The need to ensure investor confidence is based on the assumption that all regulations on the securities market are made taking into account the achievement of two objectives:
1. Protecting the interests of investors.
2. Ensuring smooth running of the market.
In this respect, this section has a set of legal instruments which, while not regulating the essential aspects of the capital market, contain provisions which are in some way related to it and which, once integrated with the current legal framework, are important for the pursuit of the aforementioned achievable objectives, by providing investors with the essential legal tools to enable them to have a thorough knowledge and mastery of the rules and limits on which the market they operate is based. On the other hand, knowledge of these rules requires that investors and other market players be provided with quality and structured information.Decree nº 66/2014 of October 29
- Approves the Regulation of Law no. 14/2013 - of 12 August (Law on Preventing and Combating Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism);Decree nº. 28/91 of November 21
- Approves the Regulation of the Privatization Law;Decree nº. 53/2007 of December 3
- Approves the Mandatory Social Security Regulation;Law nº. 14/2013 of August 12
- Law on Preventing and Combating Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism;Law nº. 21/2014 of August 18
- Approves the Petroleum Law;Law nº. 15/2011 of August 10
- Establishes the guidelines for the contracting, implementation and monitoring of Public-Private Partnerships, Large-scale Project and Business Concessions projects;Law nº. 15/99 of November 1
- Credit Institutions and Financial Companies Law;Notice nº. 7/GBM/2017 of April 3
- Establishes the Minimum Capital of Credit Institutions and Financial Companies;Notice nº. 20/GBM/2017 of December 27
- Establishes norms and procedures to be observed in foreign exchange operations;Off-Stock Exchange Market