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 Santiago Exchange meets with senior traders in Miami


At this year’s Latam Trader Forum in Miami, delegates from more than 100 of the world’s leading asset management firms with interest in the region come together to discuss market dynamics affecting the investment landscape. Lucy Pamboukdjian, Chief Commercial Officer for the Santiago Exchange was part of a panel made up by experts from partner exchanges that addressed concerns and challenges faced by the Integrated Latin American Market – MILA.

During roundtable discussions which followed the panel, Lucy Pamboukdjian alongside fellow panel members Pedro Zorrilla of Grupo BMV, Javier Díaz from the Colombian Stock Exchange, and Miguel Ángel Zapatero of Lima Exchange had the opportunity to engage smaller groups that offered better interaction and a more focused dialogue.

The MILA is one of the cornerstones of the greater Pacific Alliance initiative with exchanges & depositories in Chile, Colombia, Mexico & Peru playing a key role in its development and financial integration in the region.

"MILA has positioned itself as an important platform for integration, harmonization of regional issues and, consequently, the generation of financial opportunities and businesses for intermediaries and investors. The four stock exchanges and security deposits of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru have, as one of the main objectives of this integrated market, to promote the existence of more liquidity and capital flows, offering new opportunities to investors and issuers”, said the Commercial Manager of the Santiago Exchange, Lucy Pamboukdjian.

In addition to the MILA panel, the forum, held in Miami on October 24 and 25, featured panels on global liquidity, the Latin American economy, prospects and marketing strategies, and market exposure, among others.



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