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Panama Stock Exchange becomes Latin American Stock Exchange – Latinex

After 31 years, the Panama Stock Exchange has presented its new corporate image to the national and international markets, now becoming the Latin American Stock Exchange, also known as Latinex.

This corporate image change responds to the strategy of expanding horizons and becoming an international capital markets hub, with the same commitment to be an investment ally; now in Latin America and the world, maintaining characteristics such as: agility, profitable solutions, clear, accurate, timely information, as well as a personal treatment, supported by world-class technology and with a high commitment with sustainable development.

Another fundamental point of this change is the unification of the entire Group’s image through its logos, which now display homogeneity and vanguardism. Read more…


Banco Promerica de Costa Rica: first sustainable bond issuer

January 21 2021. With the aim of promoting sustainable investments and driving our market towards a more sustainable one, the Panama Stock Exchange (LATINEX) held the webinar “Banco Promerica de Costa Rica: first sustainable bond issuer,” Banco Promerica de Costa Rica, along with IDB Invest and MMG Bank, shared the impact of this responsible investment for our region.

Olga Cantillo, CEO of the Panama Stock Exchange thanked Banco Promerica de Costa Rica for the trust in the Panamanian capital market with the listing of the first sustainable bond in Central America, motivating the LATINEX to continue with its commitment in the development of sustainable finance for Panamanian capital markets and itsfinancial center.

As detailed in a press release from IDB Invest, a member of the IDB Group, they granted Banco Promerica de Costa Rica, a Partial Credit Guarantee Facility (PCG) of up to USD 20 MM. This facility will guarantee one or more green, social and/or sustainable bond issuances in the LATINEX under this bond program, which will help improve access to financing for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and expand their portfolio of green credit in Costa Rica. Read more…


Entidad Regulada y Supervisada por la Superintendencia del Mercado de Valores.
Licencia para operar como Organización Autorregulada mediante Resolución No. CNV-349-90 de 30 de marzo de 1990