"The process we did last year with the regulator was to request discounts on the listing and maintenance fees. The regulator supports us in this feeling ... the CNBV authorizes us (starting in April) for new tariffs with a permanent reduction ... in others, we are very similar to the international trend".
The rates vary according to the product, and even in instruments such as the Development Capital Certificates or the Investment Project Certificates, the discount was higher, but they vary from 15 percent to close to 50 percent.
Despite the efforts of the two stock exchanges that today operate in the country to reduce their quotas and improve the service to companies, the Mexican market has already added 18 consecutive months without public share offers, the biggest drought of offers since the crisis from 2008-2009.
Many companies do not approach the stock market because they consider that only shares are placed or that it must be very large, it is expensive, corporate governance may be excessive or that stock market financing competes with banking when it is a complement.