PLUS CAPITAL MARKET belongs to Grupo Financiero BOD, which is a conglomerate of 17 companies that operate in 5 countries in Latin America. It is chaired by Mr. Víctor Vargas and has a ...
At PLUS CAPITAL MARKET we are committed to transparent and integrated management, where our main objective is to protect and grow your capital through dynamic investment strategies in accordance with changing market conditions. For us ...
Compliance Officer of PLUS CAPITAL MARKET.
Marketing Director of PLUS CAPITAL MARKET.
Journalist graduated from Yacambú University of Lara State. Venezuela, Diploma in Strategic Digital Marketing at the IAB Spain, Business Management at the Institute of International Economics of the University of Alicante of Spain and Electronic Commerce.
With 10 years of experience in advertising and marketing of products and services. She is a digital communicator with high knowledge of multi-task users and technology, as well as a strategist in the area of planning and business management at the commercial and public relations level.
Broker of PLUS CAPITAL MARKET.
Graduated from the Inter-American University of Panama in Maritime and Port Licenses, he holds a master's degree in Project Management from the Interamerican University of Panama.
He has extensive sales experience in well-known companies in Panama such as Ricardo Pérez, S.A, Digicel S.A, and HSBC.
He has served as account manager at SFC Investments S.A, manager of International Private Banking at FPB Bank inc., He was part of analysts at the consulting firm Quantum Advisors Inc. and also as a securities broker for Lifeinvest Asset Management.
Broker of PLUS CAPITAL MARKET.
Professional in business administration and wealth management.
Currently with over 18 years of experience in banking and finance, as well as in the management area in planning and management of companies at the administrative, labor and commercial levels.
The massive sale that occurred yesterday (fall of the three main indices) was caused by the tariff threats of President Donald Trump. The markets show volatility, and it seems that the rates are having the opposite effect to the one Trump wants. Without However, this situation was initially warned for March 1 if an agreement with China was not reached, only with delay. A part of the US Treasury yield curve, which is considered a good indicator for the recession, is heading back towards a potentially worrying level, driven by the renewed concern about trade between the US and China (which undoubtedly brings an increase in costs without the corresponding gain)...
Secretary of State Mark Pompeo and Russian Chancellor Sergei Lavrov met on Monday, May 6, amid hostility for Venezuela in moments that are still tense and the tone of the rhetoric rises because of the conflicting roles of both powers. US President Donald Trump threatens to raise Chinese tariffs by 25% (US $ 200,000 million), increasing the pressure on the Asian country.
However, it should be noted that exemptions to Iranian oil may negatively impact trade talks with China, the latter being its main client. The pace of job creation accelerated in April in the United States...
After public knowledge of the measures taken by the BOD Financial Group, to liquidate the Banco del Orinoco NV, for the impossibility of operating regularly in the jurisdiction of Curaçao and subsequently, the decision of the Superintendency of Banks of ...
Globalization is driving the integration of local economies into a large international market. A market in which production processes and economic movements are established on a global scale. The internationalization of companies and their entry into new markets is ...
The world's main stock markets ended the day with gains after the US and China agreed a trade truce, in the middle of the G20 summit in Japan. So the FTSE-100 rose 0.97%, the German DAX a 0 , ...
La Superintendencia del Mercado de Valores, en uso de sus facultades legales, y CONSIDERANDO:
Que de conformidad con lo establecido en el Artículo 3 del Texto Único de la Ley del Mercado de Valores, la Superintendencia del Mercado de Valores tiene como objetivo general la regulación, supervisión y fiscalización de las actividades del mercado de valores que se desarrollen en la República de Panamá o desde ella, propiciando la seguridad jurídica de todos los participantes del mercado y garantizando la transparencia, con especial protección de los derechos de los inversionistas.
Que al tenor de lo establecido en el numeral 6 del Artículo 14 del Texto Único de la Ley del Mercado de Valores, la Superintendente tiene entre sus atribuciones la de "Examinar, supervisar y fiscalizar las actividades de las entidades con licencia expedida por la Superintendencia, así como ejecutivos principales, corredores de valores y analistas dentro de las funciones inherentes a sus licencias, según sea el caso".
Que mediante la Resolución CNV-77-10 del 12 de Marzo de 2010, la Comisión Nacional de Valores (ahora Superintendencia del Mercado de Valores) otorgó licencia de Casa de Valores a PLUS CAPITAL MARKET INC., sociedad anónima, organizada y existente de conformidad a las leyes de la República de Panamá, debidamente inscrita a Ficha No. 668647 de la Sección Mercantil del Registro Publico de Panamá.
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