March 22, 2016 |
Several Latin American countries managed to navigate a challenging global and domestic economic landscape to issue landmark transactions in the debt capital markets in 2015. The region’s sovereigns borrowed the equivalent of $27 billion, down $8 billion, or 22%, from 2014.
Exemplary Latin American public credit offices stood out for finding opportune, though narrow, windows for borrowing, garnering record-low pricing, breaking ground in foreign currencies and diversifying their investor bases, among other achievements.
LatinFinance’s annual public credit scorecard acknowledges outstanding performance among sovereign issuers for acquiring low-cost funds, transparency with investors, an acut
This year’s ranking of Latin American public credit offices demonstrated an agile and sophisticated approach to particularly difficult circumstances for emerging markets borrowers