July/August 2017

  • How Latam Airlines is finding a new route to profits Jul 10, 2017

    Latam Airlines Group has sat on the tarmac since the company was created through a merger in 2012, and now fresh competition is putting up headwinds. But already, its financials are starting to look better

  • Interview: Latam Airlines' CFO Ramiro Alfonsín Jul 12, 2017

    As it overhauls its domestic service and cuts staff to reduce costs, Latam Airlines Group is also aggressively tapping a range of sources for capital and financing. The company’s chief financial officer discusses the strategy with

  • LatAm's green bond markets set for expansion Jul 10, 2017

    Colombian issuers are joining the green bond club, as the market for socially-sound investment products gets set for expansion

  • BEST CORPORATES – Pampa Energía Jul 10, 2017

    Argentina's largest electricity company bought Petrobras' business in the country, doubling its assets and — almost — its share price

  • BEST CORPORATES: Pemex Jul 12, 2017

    Mexico's state-owned oil company diversifies its financing sources with bond sales in four currencies, setting records for size and demand

  • BEST CORPORATES — Fermaca Jul 12, 2017

    Mexican developer's double whammy in the loan market for more than $1 billion set it apart

  • BEST CORPORATES – Suzano Jul 12, 2017

    Brazilian pulp and paper company shrugged off its sub-investment grade ratings to tap the cross-border bond market for 30-year debt, its longest issue to date

  • BEST CORPORATES – CCR Jul 12, 2017

    The infrastructure concessions company executed the largest follow-on offering in Brazil in years, raising more than $1.2 billion for acquisitions and new investments

  • BEST CORPORATES – Unicomer Jul 12, 2017

    Salvadoran retail group made its cross-border bond debut, latching on to strong investor appetite for emerging market debt and raising funds to fuel its acquisition plans

  • Renewable push Jul 12, 2017

    Investments in renewable energy projects dipped in 2016, due in part to a prolonged recession in Brazil and slow-moving reforms in Mexico. But as the sector strives to reach parity with more traditional sources, investments will rise and demand will grow

  • BEST CORPORATES - Grupo México Jul 12, 2017

    While well-known companies in the region sold assets overseas, Grupo México added an important US railway corridor to its holdings

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