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Within the framework of the federalization work that the National Securities Commission (CNV) launched to strengthen the supply of financing for productive activity, its president, Adrián Cosentino, today presented the new instruments for collective investment to the grain and trade exchanges , in particular the regime to promote regional economies and value chains.
Accompanied by Matías Isasa, director of the agency, Cosentino met remotely with representatives of most of the stock exchange institutions throughout the country. Representatives of the Buenos Aires Cereal Exchanges and Commerce of Santa Fe, Rosario, Mendoza, Confederada, Bahía Blanca, Buenos Aires, La Plata and Córdoba participated.
“Promoting more and a better market is only achieved with coordinated work with all the actors, the private and public sectors, and understanding the various financing needs to be covered and generating appropriate solutions to those requirements from the market,” said Cosentino.
During the meeting, all the initiatives implemented to promote productive financing that the CNV had already materialized were reviewed and the need to deepen their dissemination and promotion was agreed. In particular, the terms of the consultation published on September 25 regarding the promotion of regional economies and value chains.
This regulation constituted the central axis of the conversation with the representatives of the stock exchanges, due to the direct relationship they maintain with the productive activities of their jurisdictions and their importance in the mobilization of resources towards the local economy.
The CNV and the stock exchanges also created a work table that will integrate technical teams to work on specific aspects of the standard.