Deal Pipeline

View: Bonds Equity Loans

Issuer Size (m) Due
ISA
Aguas Andinas 2040
Litigas
Issuer Size (m) Deal type
Javer MXN3bn-5bn IPO
Telefonica Brasil BRL15.8bn FO
Globant TBC FO
Issuer Size (m) Type
Fibria $180m tap
Fibria $190m tap
Fibria $130m tap
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Deal Database

View: Bonds Equity Loans

Issuer Size (m) Due
Sinop BRL153m 2016
Sinop BRL147m 2016
Santander CLP50bn 2020
GranInvestimentos BRL200m 2018
Mexico €1.5bn 2115
YPF ARS935m 2020
Azul BRL200m 2017
Magazine Luiza BRL350m 2020
Red dorsal $273.7m 2031
Argentina ARS1.09bn 2016
Issuer Size (m) Deal type
FibraShop MXN1.97bn Rights
Rassini MXN1.3bn FO
Vesta MXN3.35bn FO
Fibra MTY MXN2.01bn IPO
Banco de Bogota COP1.5trn FO
Grupo Famsa MXN1.5bn FO
Rotoplas MXN4.18bn IPO
Tech Pack $150m
FHipo MXN7.5bn IPO
Grupo Aval $1.27bn IPO
Issuer Size (m) Type
Rassini $120m Term
Braskem $750m Revolver
BMR Jamaica $62.7m project finance
Empresas Iansa $50m Amortizing term
Uruguay $247m
Corporacion Geo MXN315
Banco Financiero del Peru $40m
Banco de Costa Rica $125m Term
Cotemar $160m Term
Banco Continental $50
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League Tables

View: Debt Equity M&A Fees

Bank Value (m) Deals
Morgan Stanley 3,672 4
Bank of America-Merrill Lynch 2,853 4
JPMorgan 2,325 4
Bank Value (m) Deals
Santander 177 2
Credit Suisse 142 3
Itaú BBA 136 2
Advisor Value (m) Deals
Rothschild 4,551 2
Deutsche Bank 3,525 1
JPMorgan 1,875 1
Bank Revenue (m) Share (%)
Deutsche Bank 20 16.00
Credit Suisse 10 12.70
Morgan Stanley 12 9.50
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Awards/Rankings

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    A mix of orthodox macroeconomic policy and pre-emptive tax-raising measures held investors’ confidence in the sustainability of Colombia’s growth prospects. By Phil Thornton

  • PERSON OF THE YEAR: New-wave pragmatist

    Dismissed by many as a populist in the image of Hugo Chávez, Ecuador’s president has disrupted the stereotype and refuses easy characterizations about the role of markets and the economy. By Katie Llanos-Small

  • AWARDS: Deals of the Year 2014

    Astute decision making became more important in 2014 as investor concern about emerging markets grew, Mexico’s reforms took shape and Brazil’s elections paused deals. LatinFinance selects the deals and institutions that managed those hurdles most effectively

  • AWARDS: BEST INVESTMENT BANK

    An impressive performance across asset classes for Latin American clients puts this investment bank ahead of the pack

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