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Headhunters noted an unusually brisk summer for investment banks as they continued to scrap for talent throughout the region. Salaries are being bid up, especially in Brazil, which appeared set to return to the compensation inflation of 2007.
Investment bankers have run out of ways to describe the rich revenue potential in LatAm. Those with other products to offer are chasing a much bigger pot.
As competition to attract talent intensifies, Brazilian investment bank pay could spiral out of control. Upwards salary pressure shows no signs of abating.
Veteran banker Bill Rhodes says shifts in global growth create opportunity for LatAm. He predicts a slowdown in the US, which he urges to strengthen ties with the region.
Latin America’s biggest bank, Banco do Brasil, is riding high with new lines of international and capital markets business. However, elections may be a spanner in the works.
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