Deal Pipeline

View: Bonds Equity Loans

Issuer Size (m) Due
Copec $400m
Ferromex MXN2bn 2024
Concha y Toro 2034
Issuer Size (m) Deal type
T4U BRL IPO
Terrafina MXN8.23bn Follow-on
Grupo Hotelero Santa Fe MXN949m IPO
Issuer Size (m) Type
SunEdison $130m
AES $260m
Endesa Costanera $120.6m
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Deal Database

View: Bonds Equity Loans

Issuer Size (m) Due
Panama’s Global Bank $400m 2019
Comercial de Roupas BRL500m 2019
Kuhn BRL50m 2015
Banco Ripley UF1m 2017
Voto Cimentos BRL150m
Voto Cimentos BRL300m 2019
Voto Cimentos BRL150m 2018
Banco Pichincha COP12.5bn 2017
Banco Pichincha COP177.8bn 2015
Davivienda COP127.73bn 2024
Issuer Size (m) Deal type
Globant $58.5m SEC
Pinfra MXN8.57bn FO
MercadoLibre $300m ConvertibleBond
Alsea MXN6bn FO
Fibra Uno MXN32.8bn FO
Fibra Prologis MXP6.9bn IPO
AES Gener CLP84.3bn FO
Oi - Preference shares BRL10.5bn FO
Oi - Common shares BRL4.8bn FO
Bancolombia COP2.66tn FO
Issuer Size (m) Type
Guyana Goldfields $185m
Gasoducto Sur Peruano $600m mini-perm
Grupo Argos $94.5m
Copec $500m Term
America Movil $2.5bn RCF
Red de Carreteras de Occidente MXN4.6bn LOC
Cerro Verde $1.8bn Term loan
CMP $350 RCF
Grupo Mexico $275m Term loan
Petrobras $500m Guaranteed loan
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League Tables

View: Debt Equity M&A Fees

Bank Value (m) Deals
Citi 17,980 86
HSBC 15,355 87
JPMorgan 12,526 48
Bank Value (m) Deals
Morgan Stanley 2,057 5
Citi 1,806 11
Credit Suisse 1,703 13
Advisor Value (m) Deals
Goldman Sachs 30,466 14
Credit Suisse 25,995 21
Itaú BBA 24,941 51
Bank Revenue (m) Share (%)
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    Despite predictions that the operating environment will get tougher in the short term, banks in Latin America continue to invest, raise capital and grow. LatinFinance highlights the institutions that have done so most impressively.

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    The bank has grown profitability and focused on improving retail services. It remains hopeful of an improvement in the local environment

  • BANK OF THE YEAR BOLIVIA

    New regulations have cut into the bank’s profits, but credit demand from homebuyers peaked in 2013

  • BANK OF THE YEAR BRAZIL

    Amid an environment of slower lending growth, this institution stands out for a solid balance sheet

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