Panama Warns about Unregulated Finantial Companies
The country's National Securities Commission warns that there are more than 100 unregulated companies registered in the stock market.
Friday, July 23, 2010
The list of unregulated companies is published on the website of Panama's National Securities Commission (CNV), which advises that negotiations with these companies are carried out at the risk of the clients.
Some draft rules for the regulations are being considered by the board of the Superintendency of Securities Market, before being put to public consultation.
The BCCR is pushing for greater participation in the wholesale money market known as the Foreign Exchange Market (Monex).
Financial sector operators have submitted their suggestions to update the rules of the activity, including a revision of the income limit.
10 stock brokerages from Venezuela have filled the paperwork to operate in Panama.
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