Miami investment firms combine: Advanced Capital Securities buys Latmark Asset Management

 

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Advanced Capital Securities, a Latin American investment bank based in Miami, said it has acquired Latmark Asset Management, a Miami-based boutique investment firm.

The acquisition is a step in Advanced Capital's strategy toward becoming a leading investment bank in Latin America for emerging companies and institutional investors, as well as for individual investors across the region.

Advanced Capital, which also has offices in Chicago, New York, Lima and Buenos Aires, said its services include transactions in local, intra-regional and international stock and fixed-income markets, mutual funds, asset management, investment consulting, mergers and acquisitions and corporate financial services.

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