The Peruvian financial holdco will have nearly 20% share of microfinance market with purchase
Foreign investors have continued buying Colombian-peso denominated government bonds, despite a weakening currency, says Michel Janna
Weaker-than-expected employment figures and sustained fund outflows add to existing worries for LatAm bond investors
Geopark moved forward with a slimmed-down IPO on Thursday as stock indices in Brazil, Chile and Mexico traded up
An economic shake-up pushed through by Enrique Peña Nieto’s government has improved Mexico’s medium-term economic prospects, says Moodys
Latin America’s falling currencies may be reaching a “critical juncture” where they could start to catalyze outflows of foreign cash or prompt central bank action, say analysts
The Brazilian lender has ambitious expansion plans and will consider further acquisitions with the Saieh Group, its head of Latin American operations tells LatinFinance
Two borrowers came to the dollar bond market Thursday as conditions improved after a turbulent week
In the largest-ever bank merger in Chile, Itaú-Unibanco grows its market share and sets a foothold in Colombia
Stocks in emerging markets struggle as investors react to currency, political volatility
The funding dynamics for Latin America’s sweeping infrastructure deficit are changing sharply, say project sponsors and investors
Fixed income markets across Latin America suffer as investors grapple with the sharpest fall in Argentina’s currency since 2002
Inflation data and comments from Brazil’s interest rate setting committee Copom point to an end in the country’s tightening cycle
Despite low trading on Latin America’s integrated stock exchange, there is “more opportunity” as part of Mila, says Pedro Zorrilla, head of the Bolsa Mexicana de Valores
A shift away from policies that promote economic expansion could be counterproductive for Chile, cautions finance minister Felipe Larraín in an interview with LatinFinance
In an opinion article exclusive to LatinFinance, Pemex's chief executive officer Emilio Lozoya says the Mexico's energy reform offers the oil firm unprecedented opportunities
The bank’s new capital instruments are set to come at a lower cost than it expected
OGX’s default, increasing benchmark rates and a turning macroeconomic cycle are set to make borrowing more difficult for sub-investment grade companies this year, say portfolio managers
Latin American banks are well positioned to comply with the full scope of Basel III rules outlined on Sunday, analysts say
Mexico recorded its lowest-ever bond coupon in Thursday’s deal, but other borrowers are yet to be tempted
A four-tranche bond sale by the Brazilian quasi-sovereign comes as Latin American borrowers increasingly consider funding in euros over dollars
Brazilian meatpacker Marfrig has lifted its cash flow expectations after securing a better payment schedule for its convertible debentures
Market participants say bond sales could fall year on year this month — but US Federal Reserve action will be a decisive factor
Renewed optimism in the wake of busiest year for Latin American equity sales since 2010
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