Public Investment Securitization in Costa Rica

Institutional investors will have the opportunity to diversify portfolios so far composed of government paper.

Monday, October 18, 2010


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Investing in public securities will give pension funds operators better returns for their clients, since these projects typically offer additional profits.

Regulations on public investment securities, for projects over $ 3,600 million, expect to assist in funding such projects.

The article by Juan Pablo Arias, from Nación.com, says: "As for public investments, these emissions which are considered long term, would be designed for five or more years. The increment in supply of these instruments will be held by institutional investors as well as pension operators, which need investment in vehicles with this maturity range."

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