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BMI reverse stock split set for September following central bank approval

Banco Mercantil de Investimentos S.A., or BMI, said it received approval from Banco Central do Brasil to carry out its planned 1-for-100 reverse stock split.

With the approval, BMI said the reverse stock split is set to be carried out Sept. 12, with trading of the consolidated shares to begin Sept. 13.

BMI shareholders had already agreed to the reverse split during a June 28 extraordinary general meeting.

The move comes after the central bank had rejected a capital increase proposal from the bank.