Brazil DCM Key for Banks in 2H

Aug 20, 2012

While banks push to bring more ex-Brazilian issuers to the cross-border bond market in September, those who are present in Brazil's domestic DCM - or would like to be - are also seeing that space as a priority to increase overall volume in the rest of the year. Local issuance remains strong due to a lower interest rate environment luring more issuers to market. Bankers see this change as structural and able to stand up to any struggles...

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