This chapter includes the following articles.
After several years of innovation – notably the advent of new investment vehicles and the arrival of a second bourse – alongside the change in government at the end of 2018, the coming years are likely to be characterised by consolidation. Domestically, uncertainty around sectoral policies – specifically in energy, infrastructure and banking – of the administration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador may introduce periodic volatility in the securities of those sectors. Despite the many strengths of Mexico’s capital markets, subdued economic activity and falling inflation open the possibility for the central bank to ease interest rates in 2020. This chapter contains an interview with José-Oriol Bosch Par, CEO, Mexican Stock Exchange.