Guatemala - Best Bank – Banco Industrial
El Salvador - Best Bank – Banco Agricola
Costa Rica - Best Bank – Banco Nacional de Costa Rica
Venezuela - Best Bank: BBVA Provincial
Uruguay - Best Bank –Santander Uruguay
Ecuador - Best Bank – Banco Pichincha
Bolivia - Best Bank – Banco Mercantil Santa Cruz
Peru - Best Bank - BBVA Continental Peru
Argentina - Best Bank – Santander Río
Chile - Best Investment Bank – LarrainVial
Chile - Best Bank – Banco de Chile
Colombia - Best Investment Bank - Bancolombia
Best Bank - Colombia - Best Latin American Regional Strategy - Banco de Bogotá
Best Bank - Mexico - Best Investment Bank – BBVA Bancomer
Brazil - Best Investment Bank – Itau BBA
Banorte-Ixe’s recent tie-up was the last of the large bank consolidations in Mexico, but mergers between smaller players are another story.
Bradesco’s balanced approach to banking has left it well prepared to weather any downturns as it builds market share in key sectors. Organic growth is a top priority
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The IFC has exited its 14.85%...
Javier Vargas and Pedro Jorge Villarreal...
Mexico’s Banobras plans to issue bonds...
Fees charged for LatAm cross-border bond...
Gabriel Saidon has stepped down for...
Marcelo Marangon has joined Itau’s investment...
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Banco do Brasil’s stake in Banco...
Itau leads the LatAm M&A league...
HSBC leads the regional DCM tables...
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