Integrated Peruvian, Chilean and Colombian stock-exchange operations are set to begin November 22, said the president of Peru’s stock exchange on Tuesday.
Roberto Hoyle said in a statement that the integration would attract investors and increase competitiveness.
“The integration will be an important step to increasing attractiveness and competitiveness, as well as greater capital flows,” said Hoyle.
A spokeswoman for the Lima exchange added that the November 22 date represents the first phase of the integration, but confirmed that, as of that date, investors in Lima would be able to buy Chilean and Colombian company shares via the Lima exchange. (Sophie Kevany / Dow Jones)