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.
Analysis of the current state of the Panamanian capital market, including the confidence threatened by various financial setbacks, and the opportunities to make the much needed structural changes.
The effects of the bankruptcy of RG Hotels go beyond the losses faced by investors, with defects in the most dynamic stock market in Central America being identified.
Economic stability and the flexibility of the financial market are driving record new bond releases and other investment options.
With a secondary market with little dynamism, competition for customers is increasing, with operators opting for different strategies.
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