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The president of the National Securities Commission (CNV), Adrián Cosentino, ratified today the commitment to consolidate “an agenda of federalization of the capital market with a strong impact on the real economy of each city in the country”, during a meeting held with representatives of provincial stock exchanges and cereals.
“This agenda generates enormous expectations to promote coordinated work with each one of you in order to promote financing for productive projects, as well as to create more and better markets,” he said.
Cosentino shared a virtual meeting with the presidents of the Chaco, San Juan and Bahía Blanca Stock Exchanges, as well as the Entre Ríos Cereal Stock Exchange, in a direct dialogue in which the directors of CNV Matías Isasa and Sebastián Negri also participated.
“We have worked very hard on a series of initiatives, products, under the motto of putting our domestic capital markets at the service of productive activity, growth and economic development,” he said.
CNV officials had already held a meeting with representatives of other provincial exchanges and joined a series of initiatives with markets, agents, sector chambers and other public sector actors with which the organization has been developing an intense agenda to promote its new collective investment products.
“We are going to continue generating financing solutions tailored to the productive segments that we intend to serve, within the framework of a highly articulated work with you. It is the way to generate quality events and the capillarity required by macroeconomic circumstances ”, they agreed.
On the table, financing mechanisms for very active sectors of the regional economies were also discussed, such as the norm in consultation with the CNV that promotes a special regime (published until November 10), infrastructure, solidarity trusts, real estate development and others in those that work, such as venture capital and energy.
The representatives of the sector raised specific attention on issues related to the regional economies of Cuyo, such as the wine industry and its derivatives; mining and renewable energy and infrastructure works, as well as the need to meet demands for training, cooperation, education and financial inclusion.