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UBS inaugurates Direct Market Access to Mexico

15 January, 2015

UBS Investment Bank, with its 150 year heritage, and global presence in more than 50 countries, while employing over 64,000 people, just announced the launching of Direct Market Access for trading securities electronically on Bolsa Mexicana de Valores in Mexico, Latin America's 2nd largest Stock Exchange.

The Wall Street Journal reported that DMA now can provide UBS clients a quickened, dynamic way to send orders electronically directly to Bolsa Mexicana de Valores without passing through an intermediary thusly increasing the speed of execution, much lower trading costs, and 100% anonymity. All from your desktop computer anywhere in the world!

"With today's launch of Direct Market Access in Mexico, UBS is once again reaffirming its commitment to Latin America," said Raul Esquivel, top hombre at UBS Investment Bank for Latin America. "We are offering our clients an efficient way to capture investment opportunities in this significant market."

CNBC states that with the introduction of Direct Market Access in Mexico, it will greatly benefit clients by improving the speed and capacity of their execution.

"We are extremely pleased to offer our clients unmatched, seamless direct access to global liquidity, providing them with a diverse universe of trading choices. UBS Mexico Direct market Access is particularly exciting given our institutional clients increasing focus on Latin America," said Damian Fraser, head of Equities, Mexico for UBS.

With the obvious global focus and the fast tracking of infrastructure in Mexico, especially along the Caribbean side of the country, this place in Paradise is now offering some of the best investment opportunities on the planet. London's Financial Times reported Double Digit returns on investments here in Mexico.

Make sure your portfolio is full of the many real estate opportunities which exist right now South of the Border!

Topics: Mexico