With the environment for Brazil's big banks getting ever trickier, Bradesco's diversification and defensive nature leave it well placed to deal with government meddling and lower profitability
Latin banks have come a long way – and today, the contrast with Western lenders could hardly be more stark
Latin America's banks have much to celebrate this year
Latin America’s central banks are grappling with slowing growth, falling commodity prices and turning credit cycles – as well as dogged price pressures
BTG Pactual $1.8bn Stake Purchase
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Jan 16, 2014 | New York City
The preeminent social affair for key players in the Latin American financial and capital markets....
Feb 12, 2014 | The Pierre, New York City
Connects high-yield and soon-to-be issuers from Latin America with investors from across the...
Mar 6, 2014 | The Four Seasons, Mexico City
The only capital markets event in Mexico where more than 60% of participants are issuers and...
Mar 26, 2014 | Hotel Unique, São Paulo
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Who do you expect to be treated better in the resolution of the OGX situation?
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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