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That is why I understand that progress towards the integration of the Latin American financial markets, will lead to the emergence of a segment of business that cannot be implemented in the current context. Financial integration in the region increases the chances of development are segments of the capital market such as the capital’s risk of great importance for the companies in high technology sectors, for its high level of risk (but also with a high potential for profitability) and that depend on this type of financing to carry out their investment projects. On the other hand, a Latin American financial market will be returning to the region to those companies that have listed on foreign markets (mainly in the United States through the issuance of ADR). Not only markets regionally integrated financial benefit to the plaintiffs of funds, but also generated optimism for investors who would find benefits in greater liquidity of their assets and greater possibilities for diversification of risk, either by the fact of being able to access one much wider range of companies or because it would be investing in countries with different economic structures that do not suffer from the same way external shocks. The realization of integration of Latin American financial markets would also imply a benefit even for future retirees. The administering of pension (AFP) funds have statutory limitations on investment in foreign assets, so it found a limit in its diversification of portfolios and taking advantage of profitable investments, limitations that would reduce the possibility of access to regional markets as if it were of local markets. I have the clear impression that conditions are in the majority of Latin American countries in terms of macroeconomic stability so that the integration of the financial markets takes place. The development of an integrated regional financial system will strengthen the foundations of Latin American economic stability since it will strengthen the financial situation of the companies in the region, reducing the chance of drop them in the event of adverse shocks.

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