Jorge Alegría, Mexican Derivatives Exchange

Ask any number of players in the Mexican capital markets how they would describe Jorge Alegría and you are likely to hear that the CEO of the Mexican Derivatives Exchange (MexDer) is “proactive” when it comes to attracting high-frequency traders. He is eager to espouse the virtues of trading on his exchange, the derivatives arm of the Mexican exchange operator, Bolsa Mexicana de Valores, (BMV). He also seems to understand the need for technology as a driver for growth.

But despite the exchange’s

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