Mercado Local

Los éxitos conseguidos en los más de 120 años de existencia de nuestra empresa, es una garantía de continuidad en el futuro.

Public Titles

Treasury Bonds

Domestic instruments issued by the Uruguayan government, denominated in US dollars with a fixed or variable, with semiannual interest payments rate. They can also be classified into physical and scriptural (electronic).

Bonds in UI

Public debt securities issued and backed by the Uruguayan state-denominated indexed units. By their nature these instruments allow indexed acquire free weights yields on inflation, covering you lost purchasing power. Fixed interest paid semi-annually.

Global bonds

Fixed income instruments representing bonds or debt securities of medium and long term, issued by the Uruguayan government, in US Dollars, Euros and indexed units. Their placement is an International Bank and is traded outside the jurisdiction of any domestic market. Also called Eurobonds.

Letters of Monetary Regulation

Debt instrument representing obligations in the short and medium term local in  currency or indexed units. They are regularly issued by the Central Bank of Uruguay with terms ranging from one month to two years. As this is a discount instrument does not pay interest before maturity, the gain of the inverter is the difference between the purchase price of the letter and the amount paid by the government when the title expires.

Investment funds

Investment funds are instruments that gather savings from different people in order to provide participants with higher returns than would obtain separately. Investments that are part of the funds cover a wide range of options. We found bonds, stocks, fixed-income securities, derivatives and even other investment funds or a combination thereof. Bonds seek to take advantage of economies of scale, providing participants access, liquidity and prices, which would not normally be available to individuals.

Private titles


Stocks are equity securities that represent que representan the fraction by which the investor participates in the capital stock of a company. Rent is variable therefore is unknown a priori the profitability will get the business.

The return that it is payed by equity investments is called dividend and payment dates are not predetermined.

When an investor buys shares of corporation on the stock exchange it becomes a part owner of the company. Among the fundamental shareholder rights are found the right to participate and vote at meetings, participate in profits and in the remainder of the settlement in the case of dissolution of the company, overseeing the management and have preference in the subscription of shares and in convertible negotiable bonds.

If you want to recover the money invested at a given time, the stock should be sell in the secondary market at the price the market is willing to pay for that action.

When a corporation shares stocks in return receives funds to such issuance, then the shares can be traded in secondary markets several times. In these successive transactions the company has no income product thereof. The company only receives new revenue when it decides to increase its capital and make an emission of new shares

Negotiable Obligations

Negotiable obligations, or so-called Corporate bonds are securities issued by companies, whether commercial companies, cooperatives and, under special conditions, also for autonomous entities, decentralized government and civil associations in order to capture public savings.

These emissions need to be registered with the BCU and audited by an external rating agency to hit the market. Usually offer semiannual coupon payments, emissions can be short or long, and the rate may be fixed or variable.

Trust Funds

These securities are issued by the trustee under the provisions of the Act is Nª 17,703 who manages the set of goods and rights that make up the trust. “Financial trust is that trust business whose beneficiaries are holders of certificates of participation in the Trust Domain debt securities secured by the property constituting the trust.”

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