Brazilian Capital Markets: Evolution Demands Automated Compliance Solutions

The Brazilian capital markets are continuing their exciting evolution into a high-liquidity, low-entry trading and investment space.

To date, Brazil’s BM&FBOVESPA has not shared its in-house clearing services with rivals, preventing the emergence of a competitive exchange landscape similar to what we see in the U.S. and Europe. In addition, buying equities is still a novelty for most individual investors in the country.

With trading largely focused on large-cap companies and executed by

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