Panama: $726 Million in Securities Registrations

As of May, $439 million in registrations have been approved and eleven requests totaling $287 million are in process.

Monday, June 15, 2009


Juan Martans, the president of the National Securities Commission (CNV), highlighted that this activity shows the need for resources by companies and the return of investor confidence.

Edith Castillo Duarte writes in "Five of the pending submissions correspond to corporate bonds of the companies Cash Solution and Inmobiliaria Don Antonio, S.A, two businesses that have approached the stock market in search of funds for the first time."

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