BEE4 has a Self-Regulation area that continuously monitors all operations performed in the stock trading environment (organized over-the-counter market). The objective is to identify any actions that are harmful to the proper market functioning, such as: price manipulation, fraudulent operations, use of practices that do not promote fairness in negotiations, and artificial creation of demand. In cases of suspected irregularities, BEE4 starts an investigation.
The operations supervision brings security to investors and listed companies, guarantees the transparency of operations and prices and inhibits the actions of ill-intentioned participants. This type of supervision is mandatory at BEE4, as it is a required practice in regulated markets.
BEE4 adopts the best governance and self-regulation practices, submitted and approved by the regulatory body (CVM). The Self-Regulation area is autonomous and independent of the company’s management, reporting directly to the BEE4 Self-Regulation Board and its Board of Directors. This area is responsible not only for supervising operations in the market, but also operations conducted with intermediaries, which also undergo an audit.
The Self-Regulation area is responsible for providing confidential information to CVM or other authorities (when requested), analyzing conflicts of interest, and complying with the Loss Compensation Mechanism (Mecanismo de Ressarcimento de Prejuízos, MRP). Through this mechanism, investors who feel aggrieved can request reimbursement for losses caused by actions or omissions by intermediaries that operate, such as brokerage houses and distributors, or by BEE4’s own trading environment. MRP is a differential of organized markets.