Latin America

ITG brings its trading expertise to Latin America’s emerging markets, offering comprehensive local knowledge, innovative electronic tools, and deep market insights. Traders in Latin America face unique challenges, including market volatility, political and currency risk, and high trading and settlement costs. With a full suite of algorithmic strategies in Brazil, Mexico and more recently Chile, plus high-touch coverage for all MSCI LatAm markets, ITG provides unrivaled solutions in navigating the Latin American landscape.

ITG is a pioneer in electronic trading in Brazil and Mexico, which together make up approximately 80% of total regional market turnover. POSIT Alert® Mexico and POSIT Alert® Brazil offer on-exchange crossing opportunities for institutional investors seeking cost-effective block liquidity, while minimizing leakage and reducing spread costs.

Trading costs in Latin America can be more than twice those in the US. ITG Trading Cost Analysis is another service ITG provides to help clients minimize the cost of trading in the region.

Products and Solutions

The following offers are available in Latin America.

Single Stock Algorithms
List-Based Algorithms
Trading Services

Contact Information

New York
One Liberty Plaza
165 Broadway
New York, NY 10006
Main: +1.212.588.4000
General Inquiries:
Electronic Sales & Trading: +1.800.814.1787 or +1.212.444.6100
High Touch Trading: +1.877.656.7571 or +1.212.588.4340
High Touch Portfolio Trading: +1.866.245.5254 or +1.212.588.4224


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  • 2015 – Best TCA Provider

    Waters Rankings
  • 2014 – #1 Outstanding TCA Provider

    The Trade Hall of Fame Awards, Europe


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