BVC head: how Lat Am's exchanges can grow

Author: Zoe Thomas | Published: 31 Mar 2015

The Latin American Integrated Market (MILA) could be a huge opportunity for companies in the region, but it will rely on regulators’ determination to cooperate. Juan Pablo Córdoba Garcés, chief executive of Colombia’s securities exchange discusses the progress that has been made

Over the last decade Colombia has seen an immense transformation. The country's economy has grown, investment in infrastructure and power have taken off and foreign investors are excited about the opportunities the jurisdiction offers. Regional integration has been a clear part of the success. Colombia is working closely with its neighbours to increase regional cross border deals.

The creation of the integrated stock exchange between Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru, called MILA, has pushed this collaboration further. As these initiatives grow opportunities for investors and companies are expected to develop further still.

How do you see the relationship between BVC and the other MILA exchanges...