CAMMB Unifies Stock

The Costa Rican stock broker purchased all preferred stock from former partner CLF CRC Latin America.

Tuesday, July 14, 2009


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The company Central America Money Market (CAMMB) purchased the entire share of former partner CLF CRC Latin America, as the head office of CLF in Trinidad and Tobago was bailed out by the Trinidadian government.

Carlos Echeverría, president of CAMMB, was quoted by Prensalibre.cr: "We saw a good opportunity and we took advantage of it, we feel mature and stable as to walk our own way in the stock market, we have learned a a lot and consolidated a strong financial structure, which allowed us to take this step".

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