Investing in Colombia ADRs / Colombia Stocks List

Colombia ADRs include the NYSE listed Bancolombia SA (NYSE: CIB), Grupo Aval Acciones Y Valores SA (NYSE: AVAL) and Ecopetrol SA (NYSE: EC) along with several OTC listed ADRs. It should be mentioned that Avianca Holdings SA (NYSE: AVH), which owns Colombia’s flag carrier Avianca along with the airlines of several other Latin American countries, is actually headquartered in Panama and thus should be considered a Panama ADR. In addition, Panama’s Copa Holdings SA (NYSE: CPA) controls Copa Airlines operating from Panama while its Copa Colombia provides service within Colombia and international flights from various cities in Colombia to other countries. Investors interested in investing in Colombia ADRs should also check out our Colombia ETF list, Latin America ETF list (region wide), Caribbean ETF list and South America ETF list along with our Caribbean closed-end fund list and Latin America closed-end fund list (region wide) as some region wide ETFs and closed-end funds may have exposure to Colombia stocks.

Note: If there are any ADRs to add or remove from this list or there are bad links, please write a note in the comments section so it can be fixed. Likewise, adding any other comments or advice would also be appreciated.

List of Colombia ADRs Trading on Major US Stock Exchanges & the Over-the-Counter (OTC) Exchange

1Bancolombia SA CIBNYSEFinancial Services
2Cementos Argos SA CMTOYOTCPinkCement
3Corporacion Financiera Colombiana SA CRPFYOTCPinkFinancial Services
4Ecopetrol SA ECNYSEOil & Gas
5Grupo Aval Acciones Y Valores SA AVALNYSEFinancial Services
6Grupo De Inversiones Suramericana SA GIVSYOTCPinkFinancial Services
7Grupo De Inversiones Suramericana SA GIVPYOTCFinancial Services
8Grupo Nutresa SA GCHOYOTCPinkFood & Beverage
9Interconexion Electrica SA IESFYOTCQXUtilities
10Isagen SA ESP ISAGYOTCPinkUtilities

The Bolsa de Valores de Colombia (BVC)

The Bolsa de Valores de Colombia (BVC) was created in 2001 as a result of merging the three independent securities exchanges: The Bolsa de Bogotá (1928), the Bolsa de Medellín (1961) and the Bolsa de Occidente in Cali (1983). In 2009, the Latin American Integrated Market or Mercado Integrado Latinoamericano (MILA) was formed between the Bolsa de Valores de Colombia, the Bolsa de Valores de Lima and the Bolsa de Santiago. MILA became operational in 2011 and allows investors (through registered brokers) to have access to a common trading platform for buying and selling stocks in Colombia, Peru and Chile.

Colombia Stocks and Investing ResourcesColombia ADRs

Here are some useful and mostly English news resources for investing in Colombia ADRs or stocks or about Colombia in general:

Note: If you have a good blog or other useful resource for investing in Colombia or about Colombia stocks in general, please let us know as we would be happy to do a link exchange.

For additional resources for investing in Colombia ADRs or stocks, check out all of our Colombia tagged articles/links or subscribe to an RSS feed of Colombia tagged articles here.

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