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Learn about the Chilean stock market, its actors, indices and other related topics.
Learn about the new projects and alliances Santiago Exchange is working on.
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.
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 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.
Any issuer from TSXV can access the dual listing with Santiago Exchange, Venture.
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.
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.
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.
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.