On the S&P/BMV IPC's 40th anniversary, we celebrate tradition and progress. Always evolving, the longstanding leading indicator of the Mexican equity market remains at the forefront of indexing trends, and is inspiring new ways to access the Mexican market—from factor indices, to those targeting trending topics like VIX®, ESG, and REITs.
The Past, Present, and Future of the Iconic S&P/BMV IPC
The S&P/BMV IPC is one of the oldest and most esteemed measures of Latin American securities. Learn about the index’s origins, evolution, and recent transition—and what may lie ahead.
Active vs. Passive Performance in Mexico
A Global Partnership: IPC & Beyond
The partnership between S&P DJI and the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores (BMV) combines the resources, presence, and reach of an independent global index provider with the local market expertise of a leading exchange in Latin America with more than 120 years of experience.
Since the creation of the S&P/BMV IPC, we have worked together to launch a comprehensive suite of indices serving as benchmarks and as the basis for funds and ETFs. The S&P/BMV indices adhere to international regulatory standards and span asset classes to meet evolving investor needs.
From broad market coverage to narrow targeting by sector, we offer a wide range of equity indices tracking the large-, mid-, and small-cap facets of the Mexican market. We also offer indices focused on ESG, FIBRAs, and market-maker strategies designed to facilitate trading liquidity and diversification.
Our strategy indices include single- and multi-factor, leverage, and inverse strategies. We also offer solutions for those seeking a way to track the volatility of the Mexican market and changes in the Mexican peso-U.S. dollar spot exchange rates.
Key S&P/BMV Indices
Research & Insights
SPIVA® Latin America Scorecard Mid-Year 2018
Discover how active funds in the region stack up to their passive counterparts.
Carbon Footprint Reporting in Mexico
Find out how carbon reporting has evolved in Mexico.
Value and Momentum Strategies in Latin America
Learn how a factor-based framework can be applied to equity markets throughout the region.