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Bolsa Mexicana de Valores appoints Jaime Ruiz Sacristan as new chairman
Bolsa Mexicana de Valores' shareholders to propose new chairman and separation of chairman and CEO posts
Bolsa Mexicana De Valores SAB de CV (BMV) is a Mexico-based company engaged in the financial market operations. The Company's activities are divided into six business segments: Stock Exchange, operating the Mexican stock exchange; Derivatives, listing and trading future and option contracts; Brokerage, providing brokerage services for securities enrolled in the National Securities Registry; Settlements, offering clearing and settlement services for financial and commodities derivatives and securities transactions; Custody, providing custody services related to securities clearing and settlement, and Others, including news and information technology (IT) services, among others. The Company operates through a number of subsidiaries, such as Contraparte Central de Valores de Mexico SA de CV (CCV), Mercado Mexicano de Derivados SA de CV (MexDer), SIF ICAP SA de CV (SIF ICAP) and Valuacion Operativa y Referencias de Mercado SA de CV (Valmer).
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Jaime Ruiz Sacristan
Chairman of the Board
Jose Oriol Bosch Par
Chief Executive Officer
Jose Manuel Allende Zubiri
Senior Vice President - Issuers and Information
Catalina Clave Almeida
Senior Vice President - Camaras
Hugo Arturo Contreras Pliego
Senior Vice President - Compliance and Regulation
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Mexico's second stock exchange, BIVA, launched on Wednesday in a bid to entice more companies to go public in Latin America's No. 2 economy, increase investments and help spur sluggish economic growth.
Mexico's government on Tuesday approved a new, second bourse, the Institutional Stock Exchange, which hopes to capture part of the equities market in Latin America's No. 2 economy and entice more companies to issue stock.
Mexico's new, second stock exchange BIVA aims to be operating by the start of next year, as it bids to capture part of the existing market in Latin America's No. 2 economy and entice more companies to issue stock, the new exchange's president said on Monday.
Members of Mexico's association of brokerages last week asked officials from the country's stock exchange to look into a recent surge in the stock price of banking and retail company Elektra, according to three members of the group.
BM&FBovespa SA, Latin America's largest financial bourse, has agreed to buy 8.59 percent of Peruvian peer Bolsa de Valores de Lima SA for about 49 million reais ($15 million), the latest effort to increase ties with regional exchanges.
Mexico's stock exchange suspended trading for nearly an hour on Thursday before normal operations resumed.
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