Securities market regulators seek ways to expand
Securities regulators in the Central America-Caribbean region are putting their heads together to see how they can stimulate investment through their public markets.
Thursday, July 3, 2008
The Superintendent of Securities from the Dominican Republic, Haivanjoe NG Cortiñas, presented a study which included a compendium of opinions from the securities regulators in Central America and the Dominican Republic about ways to develop their respective markets.
Using standardized issuances, the Costa Rican entity intends to raise funds in the financial markets of Nicaragua, El Salvador and Mexico.
The region which produces 13% of the bank's Latin American utilities is seen by the bank as an economic block.
Central America has begun to broaden corporate participation in social responsibility by unifying its indicators.
The 15th Seminar of the Association of Securities Exchanges of Central America and the Caribbean will take place in Panama August 28-29.
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