New Investment Bank in Costa Rica

Volio Capital and CFS Investment Advisors have created an investment bank, the E3 Corp, which will serve Central America.

Monday, March 30, 2009

Elfinancierocr.com reported that within the association, Volio Capital will focus on investment banking and CFS in advising investors, and they will take advantage of the experience that Volio has in the region and in some Caribbean islands to "expand its area of influence."

The report also indicated that the sectors where "they identify clearer opportunities to work are in basic food, health and energy because that’s where the companies most resistant to the crisis are."

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Mandatory Registration for Investment Banking

November 2012

The Costa Rican Securities Superintendent is planning changes to provide more transparency and information to the market.

Those who develop investment products must "detail the identity of the company, its team, report on their knowledge of the subject, the results and experience they have and disclose any conflicts of interest. "

Wealth Management

February 2012

Clients of wealth management programs are those who hold capital investment worth over $250,000, requiring services to guarantee its duration and growth.

In Latin America there is an increasing number of young people who have reached an economic level that has allowed them to pay for their homes, provide basic education for their children, build savings, and who want to consolidate their future in terms of higher education, gain security with health plans, and obtain additional income for their retirement plans.

Regional Investment Bank Opens

March 2011

The Network Co., a Central and South American investment bank, has completed $ 20 million in transactions since November 2010.

The founders expect to close transactions for over $150 million in corporate purchases, financing and funds marketing over the next 3 months.

"Network Co.

Sources of Capital for Business

May 2009

Bank credit tightening makes it necessary to look for alternate private capital financing sources.

In the Elfinancierocr.com blog article "En numerous," Edgar Delgado Montoya outlined five options as a source of financing for both start ups and business expansion projects: Emerge Fund, Link Investment Caseif II, E + Co LAC, and E3 Corp.

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