MINI CASE SAN PICO’S NEW STOCK EXCHANGE - 74956

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MINI CASE:  SAN PICO’S NEW STOCK EXCHANGE

 

San Pico is a rapidly growing Latin American developing country.  The country is blessed with miles of scenic beaches that have attracted tourists by the thousands to in recent years to new resort hotels financed by joint ventures of San Pico businessmen and moneymen from the Middle East, Japan, and the U.S.  Additionally, San Pico has good natural harbors that are conducive for receiving imported merchandise and exporting merchandise produced in San Pico and other surrounding countries that lack access to the sea.  Because of these advantages, many new businesses are being started in San Pico.

Presently, stock is traded in a cramped building in La Cobijio, the nation’s capital.  Admittedly, the San Pico Stock Exchange system is rather archaic.  Twice a day an official of the exchange will call out the name of each of the 43 companies whose stock trade on the exchange.  Brokers wanting to buy or sell shares for their clients will then attempt to make a trade with one another.  This crowd trading system has worked well for over one hundred years, but the government desires to replace it with a new modern system that will allow greater and more frequent opportunities for trading in each company, and will allow for trading the shares of the many new start-up companies that are expected to trade in the secondary market.  Additionally, the government administration is rapidly privatizing many state-owned businesses in an attempt to foster their efficiency, obtain foreign exchange from the sale, and convert the country to a more capitalist economy.  The government believes that it could conduct this privatization faster and perhaps at more attractive prices if it had a modern stock exchange facility where the shares of the newly privatized companies will eventually trade.

You are an expert in the operation of secondary stock markets and have been retained as a consultant to the San Pico Stock Exchange to offer your expertise in modernizing the stock market.  What would you advise?

 

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MINI CASE:  SAN PICO’S NEW STOCK EXCHANGE

 

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