Financial Market Infrastructures (FMIs) in Brazil are undergoing significant changes due to technology development and products innovation. New business opportunities have been created - and challenges have arisen. In this newsletter we discuss some trends aimed at enhancing competition and widening the scope of FMIs.
Due to an increase in competition, the relations between players in the capital markets infrastructure and authorities will be reshaped. A new regulation will be published to address the changes, so participants must be aware to better adaptRead more
Extra level of care is mandatory in legal due diligence processes involving entities within the infrastructure of the Brazilian capital marketRead more
Instead of focussing on technology’s potential to make intermediaries and Financial Market Infrastructures (FMIs) redundant, it can be seen as a tool for improvement of competition in this sectorRead more
Capital and financial market infrastructure can play an important role in bringing carbon markets to their full potential. Brazil has taken advantage of this infrastructure for its regulated carbon market, which has been thrivingRead more