Large M&A deals are expected to decline in the next two years as investors focus on acquisitions in the range of $20m to $60m
The Colombian government finally sold its stake in electricity generator Isagen, while US firm Duke Energy is tabling an exit from Latin America
The new vehicle will participate in...
Chilean investment fund ILC now plans...
Liability management and event-driven deals are...
Brookfield-led consortium remains as the sole...
Peruvian power firm to use part...
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The LatinFinance Deals of The Year are the region’s most prestigious and rigorously ... more
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