During 2015 transactions of corporate bond corresponded to six issuers: electricity generators EGE Haina and Energy Consortium Punta Cana-Macao, Parval and United Capital brokers, La Vega Real Association, Alaver, and Consorcio Remix Construction Company.
EGE Haina bonds had the highest trading volumes, with RD$ 7.125 million, of which RD$ 4.481 million were placed in the primary market. In fact, these bonds meant 5.5% of the total transactions of fixed income securities of the y ear.
In CEPM bonds RD$ 1,136 million were traded; those of Parval totaled RD$ 1,131 million; United’s RD$ 1.117 million and those of Alaver, RD$ 731 million.
In the 2015 market RD$ 1.000 million were also traded in commercial paper from Alpha Compañía de Valores and subordinated bonds from Banco Caribe, for RD$ 150.9 million.
In the primary market, Inversiones & Reservas (Grupo Banreservas) was the brokerage with the greatest volume in trading purchases with RD$ 2.438 million, slightly more than 26% of the total emissions placed.
The second largest buyer was United Capital, with RD$ 2.079 million. The list of the top five is occupied by BHD Leon (RD$ 1.367), Parval (RD$ 1.331) and Alpha Valores (RD$ 898).
In its progress report for the year, the Stock Exchange highlights the first emissions of closed-ended funds in real estate investment, mutual funds and real estate trust in public stock offering as invigorating elements of the market.
Another positive element was the authorization of RDVAL Proveedor de Precios, as an independent entity. Also considered relevant to the market, is the introduction of the government debt index Gobix.