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05 October 2022 - At The Banks - BCCR

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panama-city-15The existing corruption and the lack of judicial safety in Panama’s financial sector are the main reasons that prevent Panama from consolidating as a regional financial center, according to the Association of Business Executives (APEDA).

Regarding the institution, some sectors of the market note that Panama has have not enough willingness to become a financial center, according to the results of a forum on this issue organized by APEDA, where the limitations to project regionally were analyzed.

According to the results of the forum, so that the country becomes a regional financial center, it requires the joint willingness of the regulator, the judicial body and private enterprises, reaffirmed Ana Lucrecia Tovar, representative of the Superintendency of Stock Market.

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Roberto Brenes, who is with Panama’s Stock Market, considers there are obstacles for being a regional financial center and notes that in other financial centers, the banks can liquidate other banks, something that does not occur in Panama.

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