LatinFinance's Deals of the Quarter Century Awards highlight excellence and progress in Latin America's financial history. The awards are selected by the editors of LatinFinance, in consultation with market participants.
Sovereign deal of the quarter century:United Mexican States, Brady Restructuring, 1989
Corporate deal of the quarter century:Petrobras, $11bn bond, 2013
Equity deal of the quarter century:Bovespa Holding, BRL6.63bn IPO, 2007
M&A deal of the quarter century:CVRD-Inco, $18.68bn acquisition, 2006
Privatization deal of the quarter century:Telecomunicãções Brasileiras, $19bn break-up and sale, 1998
Infrastructure deal of the quarter century:Odebrecht Oil & Gas, Norbe VIII and IX Drillship bond, 2010
Structured finance deal of the quarter century:AA2000, $300m securitized amortizing bond, 2010
Bank financing deal of the quarter century:Banco do Brasil, $1bn perpetual hybrid tier one, 2012
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