Venezuelan Interest in Panamanian Securities Market

10 stock brokerages from Venezuela have filled the paperwork to operate in Panama.

Friday, July 17, 2009

Juan Manual Martans, president of the Panamanian securities commission, was interviewed by newspaper La Estrella. He remarked the stability and favorable conditions of the country's market as reasons behind the interest of these brokerages.

"These licenses allow intermediation activities based in Panama for transactions affecting the Venezuelan market... Interest was also shown by Colombian and U.S. groups, which engage in intermediation or counseling", published La Estrella.

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