OVERVIEW OF CAPITAL MARKETS IN ARGENTINA. Jacqueline Donaldson. Structure Regulations Authorization to make public offer Public offer vs. private offer Overview of securities traded in Argentina. Structure Comisión Nacional de Valores (“CNV”)
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(i) Comisión Nacional de Valores
(ii) Buenos Aires Stock Exchange
Stock exchanges’ are empowered to: regulations regarding the public offer of securities;
(iii) regulations regarding the public offer of securities; Caja de Valores S.A.
(iv) regulations regarding the public offer of securities; Mercados de Valores
(v) regulations regarding the public offer of securities; Broker dealers
(vi) regulations regarding the public offer of securities; Over-the-counter-markets
The macro crisis of 2001, the devaluation, the recession, and the lack of confidence in the legal framework were some of the factors that eroded the Argentine capital market as of 2002.
Such trend has reverted in the recent years.
Trading volume January-October 2006
In 2006, approximately 99 corporations were offering debt securities through the public offering regime. Additionally, 10 corporations issued VCP (short term commercial papers, up to 365 days maturity).
Value of corporate bond offerings: of total market capitalization:
2002/2004 figures mostly due to debt restructuring