The International Market
At Grupo Empresarial Sama, S.A. assist our clients and design investment strategies in international financial markets, taking into account the investment horizon, risk aversion, and goals of each investor.
We have an experienced specialized team that constantly and closely follows both the global economy and the issuers of corporate securities in each market. Our analysts provide agile, effective, and timely information on the debt market, both from a fundamentals and a technical perspective, combined with high competitive execution capacity in international markets.
We also provide to our customers with specific information about the economy, market and companies, individually, for the purpose of informed decision-making about a wide range of fixed income products (*). We specialize in corporate and sovereign debt in Latin America, in addition to that offered in the bond market of the United States and Europe.
(*) Fixed income:
Financial instruments give their holder the right to receive periodic payments of interest and the payment of the principal at the maturity of said investment. The Fixed Income market is widely used around the world for the financing of projects and public and private investment expenditures. Thanks to the globalization of financial markets, it is possible to access, in a highly efficient manner, the bond markets of different countries, expanding the possibility to spread the portfolio among rates, terms, issuers and ratings.
Usually, these emissions are traded on the secondary markets, where are governed by the law of supply and demand, i.e., the buyers and sellers are the ones that set their price based on the variation of interest rates and the credit status or credibility and soundness of the company or of the State in question.
The Fixed Income market offers investors a wide range of maturities and issuers, allowing you to identify the most appropriate option according to your risk profile. However, although profitability is known since the time of purchase of the security, investors remains under the risk of the issuer, liquidity and market in the case they try to sell their rights on the secondary market.