WWhether it is financing a football stadium, a port in Brazil or a windfarm in Mexico, Santander has proven itself to be one of the most active banks in Latin America’s infrastructure space.
Thanks to its pan regional presence and ability to raise both domestic and hard currency financing, the Spanish bank participated in a broad range of infrastructure financings through loans, international bonds, and innovative local deals.
Improving infrastructure and finding ways to finance this has become vital...
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