Incoming global bank regulations offer Latin America’s lenders a new to look at their capital base. Yet most have little short-term need to their models
A conservative banking strategy that has nevertheless sought out growth opportunities is paying off for Itaú, Latin America’s largest bank
Despite slowing growth in Mexico, Santander México has not only withstood the challenge but also managed a landmark IPO and bond debut
Banesco has extended its international reach with operations in Colombia and Spain
Ratings agencies may have frowned on Corpbanca’s Colombian acquisitions, but with a strong financial set-up, the bank is confident it has a formula for success, its chief executive says
BCP is growing its retail businesses and expanding consumer lending
Fiscal reform in the republic has put pressure on bank profitability
In a difficult year for Ecuadorean banks, one lender stands out for making the best of a tricky situation
Central America’s shifting landscape for banking offers opportunities for local participants
Dominating Uruguay’s banking system, Banco de la República has outperformed the market in terms of profitability, but it faces many of the same difficulties as its competitors
Flows of speculative capital to Costa Rica present both risks and opportunities for local banks
Opportunities abound for banks in in Panama, with a fast-growing economy and regionalizing banking system
Staging a complicated debut in the international debt market in 2012 makes Paraguay’s largest bank stand out
Bolivian lawmakers have ushered in changes that have hurt banks’ profitability. More pain is in store
The island’s biggest and most profitable bank is looking across the Atlantic for growth
As El Salvador’s largest and most profitable bank, Agrícola has held up well against the country’s
As trade between Central American countries picks up, one bank is poised to take advantage of the growth
A strong regional reach and global perspective to operations makes Scotiabank stand out
Brazil's central bank on Friday declared...
Banks are scrambling to tighten controls as US agencies step up their efforts against money laundering. The knock-on effects of new legislation could have a profound impact on the face of Latin banking
Sep 11 - 12, 2014 | Westin Beijing Chaoyang, Beijing, China
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Are populist governments like Venezuela & Argentina turning pragmatic?
In some ways
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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