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  • ...ange]]'s ownership group, [[Bolsa Mexicana de Valores S.A.B.]] It is Latin America's second-largest exchange after Brazil's [[BM&FBOVESPA]]. ...ing]] agreement expected to increase [[trading]] [[volume]]s between Latin America’s two largest bourses significantly.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.ft.com
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  • ...de Valores de São Paulo), was the largest cash equities exchange in Latin America by traded [[share]] value and [[market capitalization]], with an equity [[d
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  • ...is the author of a book released in 2012 titled "Latin Lessons: How South America Stopped Listening to the United States and Started Prospering." <ref>{{cite
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  • ...ange (BM&F) was formerly the largest [[derivatives]] [[exchange]] in Latin America. [[category:Latin American Exchanges]]
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  • * Coming soon: the Latin America Security Market Report
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  • ...roup to be the exclusive provider of order routing to BMV outside of Latin America. <ref> {{cite web|url = http://www.fow.com/Article/2442103/MexDer-hopes-CM
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  • ...f his experience includes work with global corporations in the U.S., Latin America, Europe and parts of Asia. Prior to Booz·Allen, Sharma worked with manufac
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  • ...nglish partnerships to a global bank represented in Europe, the USA, Latin America, Africa, the Caribbean, Asia, the Middle East and Australasia. ...<br> | image8=dashonly.gif | name9=Ivan Ritossa | position9=Head of Latin America, Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa <br> | image9=dashonly.
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  • ...building MEFF's [[single-stock futures]] business and expanding into Latin America through its investment in the [[Mexican Derivatives Exchange]].<ref>{{cite
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  • He is currently a consultant for the [[CME Group]], helping with their Latin America strategy.
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  • |job = CEO, ICAP North America Douglas Rhoten is CEO of [[ICAP]] North America.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.icap.com/about-the-group/the-executive-team.
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  • ...to discuss how the U.S. and Mexico are playing roles in the development of Latin American markets as well as the role international members play in the Mexi ...e talk about Latin America. What other opportunities can be found in Latin America?'''<br>
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  • |job = Director of Business Development, Latin America ...Group Appoints Ricardo Sant'Anna as Director, Business Development, Latin America|org=CME Group|date=April 4, 2008}}</ref>
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  • ...], with the support of that clearing facility's main member firms: Bank of America, Citi, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Merrill Ly ...shares in Cetip. That deal may provide ICE with a greater presence in the Latin American market.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://ir.theice.com/press/press-releas
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  • ...h America, Europe, Asia, Australia, the Middle East/North Africa and Latin America.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.carlyle.com/Company/item1676.html|name=The C
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  • ...ic Corporation, a private equity firm and [[Bankers Trust Company]], Latin America Merchant Banking Group.
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  • ...ons Industry Council and presented seminars in the U.S., Canada, and Latin America in English and in Spanish.
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  • ...Atlantic focus more towards leaders and topics from Africa, Asia and Latin America.
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  • ...to [[Alice Botis]], [[Fidessa]]’s head of business development in Latin America; [[Hernan Arellano]], partner and head of equities at Chilean broker [[IM T '''Q: How do regional stock exchanges work together in Latin America?'''<br>
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  • ...ment professionals across Western and Central Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia.
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  • ...n the consumer/retail sector and was in charge of trading the bank's Latin America [[equity derivatives]] portfolio. Hoshi went to work for [[Atma Capital Ma
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  • ...rgill]], he held the following positions: VP of IT for [[Cargill]]'s Latin America Region, Global IT Leader for the Grain and Oilseed Supply Chain Platform, D
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  • ...are [[fund managers]] in the private equity markets of Africa, Asia, Latin America, Central/Eastern Europe and the Middle East, while 25% are [[institutional
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  • ...ETIP]], the largest depository for private sector debt securities in Latin America, in March 2017.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.bmfbovespa.com.br/en_us/news/ ...y has continued a strategy of expanding by buying minority stakes in other Latin American exchanges. It acquired its Brazilian rival, [[Cetip SA]], in April
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  • ...[[asset management]]. The product of a 2007 [[merger]], BNYM is now one of America's top 10 wealth managers and has $23.5 trillion in total [[asset]]s under c ...ial giants U.S. Steel, Alcoa and Westinghouse. Andrew Mellon became one of America's foremost financiers, industrialists and philanthropists.
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  • ...States, Continental Europe, the United Kingdom, Australia, Asia and Latin America.
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  • Brazil's Cetip is Latin America's largest central depository for [[OTC]] and private [[securities]] and [[d ...for [[corporate]] [[fixed income]] &mdash; for which it is currently Latin America's largest custodian &mdash; and OTC derivatives.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://
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  • ...strategy across Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA), Asia, and Latin America.
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  • '''2008''': CME Group and [[BM&FBOVESPA]], Latin America’s largest derivatives exchange, launch a partnership to enable worldwide ...and-Clearinghouse-of-the-Year-by-Global-Capital|name=CME Group Named North America Exchange of the Year and Clearinghouse of the Year by Global Capital|org=CM
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  • ...9 while the [[International Monetary Fund]] (IMF) predicts growth in Latin America as whole - which contains most of Colombia's trading partners - will be bar ...liance on oil prices also extends to its trading-partner neigbors in South America, in particular oil-rich Venezuela. Colombian exports to Venezuela make up 1
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  • ...atform]]. The move was part of a strategy for the BVC to offer itself as a Latin trading alternative to the region's larger markets, Brazil's [[B3]] and the ...aunched MILA, an effort at creating a regional capital market across Latin America.
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  • ...0, 2009}}</ref> Today Ecopetrol is the fourth-largest oil company in Latin America is also among the top 40 oil companies in the world. The company also opera
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  • ...ortunity in the United States and economic development in Africa and Latin America.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.clintonfoundation.org/about-the-clinton-foun
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  • ...razilian [[capital markets]] and has created the largest exchange in Latin America and one of the largest in the world in terms of [[market value]]. Today, BM '''Q: BM&FBOVESPA stands as the largest derivatives exchange in [[Latin America]] and the fourth largest in the world. What is the biggest reason for the e
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  • ...onment]]s and benefit [[high velocity spread trader]]s are more popular in America then they are overseas. The style of [[trading]] is different over there. W ...saw a 30 percent growth in the first half of 2009. Besides Asia and Latin America, what other markets are you looking to for future initiatives?'''<br>
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  • ...or CME Group international partnerships in Asia, the Middle East and Latin America as well as CME Group strategic partnering in [[OTC]] markets. He also serve
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  • ...ons globally for Unilever and served as regional management in Asia, Latin America and Europe, with over 25 years' experience of general management and brand
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  • ...or CME Group international partnerships in Asia, the Middle East and Latin America as well as CME Group strategic partnering in [[OTC]] [[market]]s. He also s
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  • ...Singapore. The company plans to add additional liquidity centers in Latin America and Asia in 2013.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.4-traders.com/NYSE-EURONEXT
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  • ...oss margining between the larger derivative exchanges and the US and Latin America. There’s a tremendous amount of money to be made by voice brokering the c
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  • ...proficiency is lacking, as in some parts of Asia, Eastern Europe or Latin America. When in doubt, put yourself in your new customers’ shoes. In which langu
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  • ...he Americas region. His work includes the territorial expansion into Latin America and the expansion of core global [[derivatives]] and [[HFT]] capabilities.
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  • I was based in the U.S., but traveled to Asia, Africa, Latin America. I did a lot of work around the world. Then I came back to Chicago, where I
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  • Agnico-Eagle Mines operates through four segments: Canada, Europe, Latin America and the United States. The Quebec region includes the LaRonde mine, the LaR The company's operations in the Latin American region are conducted through its subsidiary, Agnico Eagle Mexico S
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  • ...loped the brand on various [[asset class]]es in the U.S., Canada and Latin America (Mexico and Brazil) at major clients, through a combination of software and
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  • ...nts in the Americas. Concurrently, we are expanding our presence in Latin America, formalizing our global futures and options offering, and expanding our [[h ...markets. It worked out well because Fidessa recognized the opportunity in America to expand into derivatives. The firm needed someone who would drive them i
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  • ...always been to broaden our customer base and we look to expand into Latin America, Asia and Eastern Europe. The Eastern European markets are developing simil ...ith employees depending on where they were in the world. How I operate in America is not necessarily how I operate in Europe. I’ve learned that my actions
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  • ...9}}</ref> He was appointed in August 2011 and oversees businesses in Latin America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://online.wsj.com
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  • |job = Head of Latin American Business Development, SVP Director of New Sales Enterprise Service Alice Botis is the head of Latin American business development and the senior vice president of new sales en
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  • ...utures on the MSCI World index, futures on the MSCI Emerging Markets Latin America index, and futures on the MSCI Canada Index. We will be rolling out additio
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