RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Santiago (Chile), Lima (Peru), and Bogotá (Colombia) stock exchanges have begun a process of "regional integration of the ownership of the three exchange entities" to create "a regional holding company" to "transform the Latin American exchange industry."
Via Twitter, the Santiago Stock Exchange described the process as "an important step" that will "allow the integration of the three exchanges and their subsidiaries" and the provision of services through "a single trading, clearing and settlement platform."
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