Costa Rica: Aldesa and CAMMB form an alliance

The real estate and financial funds offered by Aldesa could be acquired through the Central America Money Market Brokers (CAMMB).

Monday, April 21, 2008

The deal is possible because both groups have signed an agreement authorizing the marketing of Aldesa products through the sale of this market placement.
Aldesa Safi says that it manages a family of funds designed to meet a variety of needs, depending on the profile and goals of the client. These include both open and closed funds specializing in liquidity, growth, rentals and real estate.

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Costa Rican investors give neighboring markets the cold shoulder

June 2008

Costa Rican investors are steering clear of stock markets in other Central American countries where they say interest rates are too low and assets lack liquidity.

Yet the markets in El Salvador and Panama have attractive features. Corporate debt dominates in Panama, while in El Salvador investors can acquire stocks in companies that are quoted on Wall Street.

Nicaragua: Investors interested in western tourism

April 2008

The hospitality, security and the range of tourist attractions in the west of the country has piqued the interest of more than 20 investors from Europe, the United States and Central America who participated in the Tourism Forum called "Invest in Nicaragua: Explore New Horizons!"

The event, sponsored by Nicaragua's Official Agency of Investment Promotion, ProNicaragua, and the Cuenta Reto del Milenio, aims to highlight the potential of tourism of León and Chinadega. The goal is not only to develop new tourism projects but also to create strategic alliances with projects that are already in place.

Expo Invest Panama

May 2016

The Ministry of Commerce and Industry is organizing an event on June 9 to 11 which will bring together public and private sectors to explore investment opportunities.

The event is being presented as an opportunity to open the doors to investment in Latin America and the rest of the world, with Panama as a hub for regional and international business.

Costa Rica's junior stock market strikes cooperation agreement with Aureos Capital

May 2008

Aureos Capital's Emerge Central America Growth Fund (EMERGE) has signed a cooperation agreement with Carlos Mora de la Orden, authorised sponsor of Costa Rica's junior stock market MAPA.

As a result of the agreement, the EMERGE fund will receive preferential access to invest in MAPA-sponsored companies by Mora de la Orden.

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