A Special Stock Exchange for SMEs
A bill that would allow publicly listed shares of small and medium enterprises is being supported by the Panama Stock Exchange and the Company Accelerator at Ciudad del Saber.
Thursday, August 16, 2012
The "Stock Trading of Shares of SMEs" which could begin next year, aims to list shares from small and medium enterprises which have potential to develop a process of capital investment through angel investors.
This was, according to the Comptroller General of the Republic, during the first two months of 2009 in relation to the same period in 2008.
The total trading at the Panama Stock Exchange (BVP) at the end of 2008 was $1.93 billion, or 15.4% less than 2007.
The total amount traded on the Panamanian Stock Exchange (BVP in Spanish) at the end of 2011 was $3.365 million, 27.5% more than in 2010.
Over 50% of SMEs fail before they are three years old, 90% are no more than five years old and only 10% survive.
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