Brazil Best Investment Bank: Itaú BBA

Nov 1, 2012

Although investors¹ expectations for Brazil have cooled, the domestic investment banking landscape continues to invite competition. For the moment, the larger Brazilian institutions still claim a lion¹s share of the business.

The offerings should grow next year, as lower interest rates force investors to diversify ­with implications for both local fixed income and equities.

The domestic corporate bond market is set to expand as investors need more non-government bonds. Infrastructure financing will also require more bonds and bank lending. Brazilians have issued in the cross-border markets this year along with the rest of...

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