Mexico's Exchange: A Blooming Dahlia

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Bill Capuzzi, ConvergEx

Co-location and algorithmic trading, such essential components of the execution landscape, are nothing new in the US and Europe, where they have played a major role in the growth of those markets. Now Mexico’s Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (BMV) securities exchange is wrapping up a technology development program designed to foster growth in its markets. The result? The region is attracting interest from the biggest trading shops around the world.

Bursatec, BMV’s technology arm, began the five-year

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