Bradesco Shares

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In Brazil, Bradesco's shares are traded on the São Paulo Stock Exchange, with a high daily volume of transactions, ensuring liquidity to the investor, i.e., ease of transforming the securities into cash at any time.

Abroad, Bradesco's shares are traded on the Madrid Stock Exchange, in Spain, and on the New York Stock Exchange, by means of securities called ADRs. The corresponding abbreviation for the name American Depositary Receipts, certificates issued by American banks which correspond to a certain number of shares of Brazilian companies. Only investors with bank accounts abroad – individuals or legal entities – can buy or sell ADRs. It is important to note that the opening of an account in another country is a legal practice, allowed by Brazilian legislation, provided that the person or company declares its existence and respects the rules of taxation.

Other indexes

Besides the Ibovespa, the securities of Bradesco participate in other important indexes of the São Paulo Stock Exchange. Among them, we highlight:

Corporate Sustainability Index – ISE
Share Index with Differentiated Tag Along – ITAG;
Share Index with Differentiated Corporate Governance, IGC;
Brazil Indexes – IBrX50 and Ibr100; and

Efficient Carbon Index (ICO2).

Abroad, the main index of which Bradesco is a member of is the Dow Jones Sustainability World Index - DJSI, of the New York Stock Exchange, an indicator of the best companies in the world in terms of adoption of good practices of corporate governance, transparency, ethics and social and environmental responsibility.