Government issued bonds. They are long term debt securities, periodically adjusted to inflation -as measured by the INPC-; the principal is paid at expiration.
Document that Brokerage Firms forward their clients that contains the transactions that were carried out during the time period, generally on a monthly basis.
Investment philosophy based on the selection of assets. It is based on the conviction that it is possible to exceed the index’s yield by selecting the assets in which to invest.
Debt from previous fiscal years (accounts payable).
Resulting price by applying to the closing price of a stock, the value implied by the exercise of a corporate or monetary right decreed by the incumbent issuer. The adjusted price is calculated by the BMV.
The service of payment of exercising rights, in cash or in kind, that accrues over the deposited securities.
Financial company, included in the IMSS Act of January 1st, 1997, dedicated to managing individual pension accounts of employees and channels the resources to Investment Companies that specialize in Pension Funds (SIEFORES).
Pension Fund Managers. Financial entities that are dedicated, exclusively, regularly and professionally to managing individual accounts and channeling resources from the integrating sub-accounts under the provisions set by social security laws, as well as managing investment companies.
Negotiable instruments that trade in one or more stock markets, other than the issuance’s market of origin and constitute ownership of a determined number of shares. They were created by Morgan Bank in 1927 with the purpose of stimulating the placement of foreign securities in the United States. When a negotiation is about to take place in said country, American Depositary Receipts (ADR) are constituted and when they are traded outside the US, Global Depositary Receipt (GDR) programs are established.