From May 5, you can use the International Quotation System (SIC) to buy shares in the company that is dedicated to space planning.
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P.GBMHOMEBROKER and the Institutional Stock Exchange (BIVA) have merged again to offer the Mexican market attractive investment opportunities. As of today (May 5), Mexicans can use the International Quotation System (SIC) to buy shares in Virgin Galactic, the company of British businessman Richard Branson, which is dedicated to space planning.
“We remain committed to democratizing investments in Mexico and are offering our clients various investment opportunities that will help them maximize their income. Together with BIVA, we are once again bringing a revolutionary company to Mexico that offers a unique opportunity to invest in the future, ”said Javier Martínez Morodo, director of GBM Digital.
Virgin Galactic was founded in 2004 by Richard Bransonwith the aim of space planning. In 2018, the SpaceShipTwo made history by becoming the first company to achieve a manned commercial flight into spaceaccording to NASA. GBMHOMEBROKER customers can now invest in the room.
“We are delighted that the efforts we have made together with GBMHOMEBROKER continue to create investment opportunities in the global markets and are now joining another innovative company like Virgin Galactic. We are sure that this is a unique and very attractive offer for our users, “he emphasized. Maria Ariza, CEO of BIVA.
It should be noted that all investors who open their GBMHOMEBROKER account on May 5 and 6, will receive an action from Virgin Galactic to celebrate the entrance of this station to the SIC.
GBMHOMEBROKER is an investment platform that offers the opportunity to buy and sell shares on the Institutional Stock Exchange, the Mexican Stock Exchange and the International Quotation System. In 2018 alone, the company managed to operate 1,000 million shares, and has operated more than 235,000 million pesos in the past eight years, corresponding to an annual growth rate of 42 percent.