The Latibex is a stock market in which Latin American securities are traded, regulated by the Comisión Nacional del Mercado de Valores (CNMV). It was created in 1999 in Madrid and allows investors to buy and sell Latin American securities in euros, which eliminates exchange rate risks.

Thanks to Latibex, European investors can buy and sell the most important Latin American companies in euros. On the other hand, thanks to Latibex, Latin America's leading companies have access to the capital markets.

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