Issuers of public offerings of securities are the entities that design and sell financial instruments (securities) to fund their operations. They are the Central Government, the Central Bank of Uruguay, public and private commercial or financial companies, and Investment and Financial Fiduciary Management Companies.
See "public offering"
When the issuer is not the Central Government, the Central Bank or a supervised company must request to be listed in the Register as an Issuer. See Register entry requirements (Art. 7 et seq RNMV).
Additionally, the issuer must list the securities to be offered before entering the market. See requirements for an offering (Art. 9 et seq of the RNMV).
Issuers that require registration are subject to supervision aimed at monitoring compliance with the information required to be listed in the Register and knowledge of investors.
See List of Issuers of public offerings of securities listed in the Registers of the Superintendency of Financial Services.