Integrated markets


AMERCA is the Capital Markets Association of the Americas, which includes the Stock Exchanges of Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama and the Dominican Republic. It constitutes the evolution of BOLCEN, a product of the integration of stock exchanges in South American countries.

This alliance of exchanges was founded on September 8, 1994 with the objective of promoting the stock market of its members, strengthening cross-border links, and integrating a large common market with easy and fluid access for issuers and investors of all member exchanges. .

AMERCA, aware of the continuous evolution of the markets, manages the regional integration model focused on the collection and distribution of relevant information about the issuers and the markets of its members, as well as the creation of reliable and timely processes for custody, negotiation , cross-border clearing and settlement.

The Exchanges attached to AMERCA have the vision of establishing laws, systems and mechanisms that allow efficiency and agility in the negotiation and exchange of values ​​between countries, moving towards models and standards with global projection and acceptance.