Following a wave of equity offerings, Mexico’s REITs, Fibras, move to bolster their portfolios
A mix of orthodox macroeconomic policy and pre-emptive
tax-raising measures held investors’ confidence in the sustainability of Colombia’s growth prospects. By Phil Thornton
The rapid fall in the price of crude oil to below $50 a barrel is reverberating across Latin America, disrupting carefully crafted economic and corporate plans and stirring up far-reaching shifts in investment and capital raising. By Katie Llanos-Small and Phil Thornton
Barely four years old, Fibras are multiplying and moving into
subsectors of the country’s property market but may be coming up against limits to their expansion. By Patrick Ferguson
Mexican financial services provider Interacciones to...
Kimberly-Clark de Mexico returns to the...
Carlos Slim’s Inmobiliaria Carso to make...
Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto visits the UK and will address both houses of parliament
Banamex chairman Manuel Medina-Mora is to retire in June
Mexican oil company garners strong demand for local currency bond sale sold through international clearinghouse
Mexican cement company plans to sell...
Canada’s export development lender gives Mexico’s...
Moody’s rates builder for first time,...
Mexican highway developer and operator OHL...
Mexico’s Pemex sells its first local...
Mexican auto and office equipment leasing...
The cement maker’s rehabilitation in global markets goes on, most impressively this year in a dual-currency bond combined with a liability management exercise
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The strong demand that we saw in the yen market was historic, which allowed us to extend the maturity in a way that we wouldn't have thought possible in the past.
Alejandro Díaz de León, Mexico's head of public credit
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