Project financing from Peruvian windfarm operator could be the first of a new asset class for environmentally beneficial infrastructure
Investors are cautiously optimistic about the prospects of EM debt
Brazilian miner is considering the sale of a stake in its base metals unit to become “more lean and efficient”
Instruction 476 requires lighter documentation than traditional equity sales and been designed to streamline capital raising
Former treasury secretary leads incoming economic team but market calls for clarity on next steps
Firms’ hopes intensify for a listings window in 2015 as uncertainty over finance minister prolongs an unreceptive market for Brazilian companies
OPINION: US courts can rarely help LatAm investors unhappy with bankruptcy decisions overseas, argue Richard Epling and Dina Yavich of Pillsbury
Decision on Fazenda leader “very important”, says BTG Pactual chief executive Andre Esteves
Multilateral lender considers return to Japanese Yen market for 2015 borrowing plan
Mexican lender sold tier two capital instrument because it expects surge in demand for lending
Global private equity firm set to bet heavily on Brazil’s long-term prospects
Mexican bank chief looks to microfinance for growth, says ideas for partnerships between commercial banks and microfinance institutions “have to be worked through”
A hangover from years of rising consumer lending is set to hit non-performing loan rates in Peru in the years ahead, warns Eduardo Torres Llosa
OPINION: LatAm companies that have cut costs and focused capex will be better prepared to face pressures ahead in 2015, writes Joe Bormann of Fitch Ratings
Microfinance lender will seek to raise funds in local market to finance organic growth
Country’s new finance minister says growth rebounding, further stimulus ahead
Companies are planning debt and equity capital markets activity — as soon as volatility subsides in secondary trading
Andean sovereign set to concentrate cross-border bond sales in US dollars, says head of public credit Michel Janna
Andean country’s GDP expansion has already passed inflection point, says newly appointed finance minister
Finance minister says investors are eager to offer funds to Argentina despite the default because the country has a low debt-to-GDP ratio
Markets rally on optimism for a shift toward economic orthodoxy after first round of presidential voting in Brazil
Capital to drive lending at banking subsidiaries, says Luis Carlos Sarmiento Gutierrez, Grupo Aval’s chief executive
Colombian banks expanding in Central America face many challenges and the country’s regulator is striving to ensure that they avoid risks
Colombia can reach developed country status in the next 12 years, but maintaining production in the oil sector will be vital, says finance minister
Leadership change comes after extensive speculation
Colombia’s currency is likely to weaken as oil production slows, says central bank governor José Darío Uribe
Emilio Botín, chairman of Banco Santander and LatinFinance’s 1998 Man of the Year, has died
PE and venture capital transactions down 10% from previous year, says the Latin American Venture Capital Association
Judge orders Argentina to engage in talks with holdout creditors and says he hopes an agreement will be reached soon
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Will a strong dollar deter investors from LatAm bonds?
No, the yield-hunt goes on
Yes, but only retail investors
Yes, once the Fed raises rates
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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