Sponsor Largo Resources employed a novel structure when it financed construction of a production facility for a mineral which is equally unusual in Latin America
With bonds backed by government health contracts, a Mexican hospital financing opens the way for further deals
The global investment bank has had a prominent position on numerous leading infrastructure financings, incorporating bonds and loans, as well as local currencies and dollars
An extensive infrastructure financing team covering Latin America makes White & Case an important player in a number of the region’s most impressive deals
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As they stare into a choppy horizon, the top Latin companies in the capital markets show the importance of grabbing opportunities when they arise
Mexican real estate trusts were once met with a lukewarm reception, but a number of successful deals by the first and largest have changed that
Unfraid to push the boundaries, América Móvil landed yet another first with a much-lauded global-local security
With a newly acquired majority stake in the Dominican Republic’s leading beer brand, AmBev is looking for further Caribbean expansion
A successful Asian foray for Coca-Cola Femsa provides a springboard for further expansion
Odebrecht has demonstrated its agility across the capital markets, slashing its funding costs along the way
A successful restructuring behind it, Cemex is focusing on cutting debt costs while it can
When it comes to financing a large-scale acquisition, Cencosud shows the debt and equity markets how it’s done
Digicel took advantage of falling funding rates to refinance expensive debt at much cheaper levels
Arca Continental plans further growth in Mexico and abroad through acquisitions in a consolidating sector
When it comes to communicating its strategy to the market, Cemig is in a league of its own
Fund managers are trimming commodities exposures...
Latin debt funds have had a solid run in recent years. But replicating record returns will prove ever more challenging
Not everyone has fallen in love with LatAm’s domestic demand story. For equity investors, finding the turning point is the route to success – even for unloved large caps
Moves by Brazil’s central bank have kept investors on guard over the past year. The best performing domestic funds have anticipated rate changes – and see opportunities in a growing economy
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The past year has cemented the status of a fresh crop of small, nimble economies as the region’s most dynamic – and resilient. When it comes to economic management, Chile leads the way
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The most pressing issue is related to guaranteeing this growth of the system, the savings. We have to guarantee that this growth is followed by better asset managers on the side of the Afores.
Carlos Ramírez, Mexico’s pension regulator, Consar
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