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Santiago Exchange

Market Closed 10-22-2019 23:46 PM GMT -03:00

 The Company

Santiago Exchange has several markets, which currently trade over USD 2 billion a day in equities, fixed income securities, money market instruments, investment fund shares and foreign securities. During the last decade, the exchange has expanded and evolved into a global point of interest for investors and a strategic partner for regional stock markets. Furthermore, Santiago Exchange has prioritized offering new financial instruments, such as ETFs and derivatives.


To provide the best market opportunities, and as a result contribute to the development of Chile.


To be a market leader providing comprehensive and excellent service to all customers.


  • Trust: Act according to company principles to establish strong, long-term relationships based on transparency.
  • Service excellence: Create a customer-focused corporate culture, always providing the best service.
  • Innovation: Anticipate new challenges, create and develop the best business opportunities.

The Exchange´s Agreements and Collaborations

Santiago Exchange has been a member of the Iberoamerican Federation of Exchanges—Federación Iberoamericana de Bolsas (FIAB)—since 1973 and the World Federation of Exchanges (WFE) since 1991.

Iberoamerican Federation of Exchanges

Iberoamerican Federation of Exchanges

The FIAB was founded on September 27, 1973, to foster collaboration among its 23 member exchanges and promote the development of their respective markets and financial instruments, in the interests of all participants. For more information visit

Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative

Sustainable Stock Exchanges Initiative

Initiative created in 2009 by the United Nations (UN) in order to investigate how stock exchanges in collaboration with investors, regulators and legislators, can improve the sustainability of enterprises and promote responsible investment. For more information visit

World Federation of Exchanges

World Federation of Exchanges

Association of 60 exchanges of equity, futures and options securities. Their operators are responsible for the functioning of the key components of the financial world. The WFE provides a central benchmark for the financial industry and stock exchanges. It offers its members guidance on their business strategies and on the improvement and synchronization of their management practices. For more information visit

Acknowledgements and Awards

  • 2009: Santiago Exchange was given the "Infrastructure and Technology CETIUC 2009" award from Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.
  • 2010: Santiago Exchange receives the award for "Best Business Initiatives 2010" from the financial newspaper Diario Financiero for the integration of stock exchanges.
  • 2014: Santiago Exchange is voted the "Best Stock Exchange in Latin America" by the renowned financial magazine Euromoney, in the eighth annual ranking of the "Best Managed Companies in Latin America 2014."




​CCLV, Central Counterparty is a subsidiary of Santiago ​Exchange. Its objective is to manage the clearing and settlement of financial instruments, whether acting as a central counterparty for equities and derivatives markets, or as a clearinghouse for bond markets, money market instruments or simultaneous operations.


To offer the best services for clearing and settlement of securities, and as a result contribute to the financial stability and soundness of the Chilean capital market.


To be leaders in the clearing and settlement of securities, promoting excellence and security.



  • Trust: Ensure market compliance, providing a safe, transparent and reliable environment.
  • Efficiency: Provide timely and consistent service in accordance with market dynamics and the highest international standards.
  • Security: Supply our customers with the highest levels of financial safeguards for their businesses.

What is CCLV?

  • Leader entity, responsible for the security, management and modernization of systems for the clearing and settlement of the Chilean securities market.
  • Offers clearing and settlement services as the Central Counterparty for equities and derivatives markets.
  • Serves as clearing and settlement clearinghouse for bond markets, money market instruments and simultaneous operations.


Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the composition of the exchange’s Board of Directors?

    Santiago Exchange’s Board of Directors is currently composed of eleven members, which together elect a Chairman. The law specifically states that the board must be made up of at least five members, who may or may not be shareholders, and must hold elections annually, where members may be reelected. 

  • What information should I submit to apply for dual listing on Santiago Exchange, Venture?

    Companies listed on TSXV must send an application letter requesting the dual listing (see attached documents) and send it to the Santiago Exchange for registration. 

  • According to the law, what are the objectives of the exchange?

    According to article 38 of the Securities Market Law, stock exchanges are organizations that aim to provide their members with the necessary infrastructure to effectively carry out securities transactions through continuous public auction and to perform other intermediation services in accordance with the law. 

  • Which companies can access the Venture Market?

    Any issuer from TSXV can access the dual listing with Santiago Exchange, Venture. 

  • What is Santiago Exchange?

    Santiago Exchange is an exchange whose primary role is to provide buyers and sellers of securities a physical meeting place for them to trade through services provided by brokers. Santiago Exchange is a public company composed of 48 shares, and its operation is overseen by the Chilean Securities and Insurance Supervisor. 

  • What benefits does the Venture Market of Santiago Exchange offer venture capital companies?

    Santiago Exchange, Venture enables companies at an exploration stage to access a greater number of investors through its regional presence given by the participation of Santiago Exchange in MILA. In addition, Santiago Exchange, Venture has the support of the leading platform for financing mining companies at an exploration stage (TSXV), being a relevant factor for both companies and investors, to have the validation of such exchange. 

  • Where does Santiago Exchange operate?

    The exchange operates in a historical building in downtown Santiago, at the intersection of Bandera Street, the Union Club and Nueva York and La Bolsa streets. Its address is La Bolsa 64, Santiago. 

  • What are the benefits of listing the instruments in Chilean pesos?

    The values that are listed and traded in Chilean pesos on the Foreign Securities Market of Santiago Exchange will be cleared and settled in CCLV Central Counterparty, reducing counterparty risk of such operations. 

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