A call of Ecuador 2012s seems...
Brazil's recent oil discoveries are substantial and require significant funds for development. But the biggest investments and returns are years away.
Banco Santander has named Banco Real...
Rio-based JGP, a hedge fund started...
The Carlyle Group is heard to...
Peru is capitalizing on robust economic expansion to revamp local markets. Finance Minister Luis Carranza Ugarte tells LatinFinance what lies ahead.
Despite initial optimism, the new Argentine administration offers scant hope for holdouts. The sovereign may coast through this year, but its problems will not disappear.
S&P says it is keeping the...
Growth in the Brazilian economy will...
Brazil's government is increasingly turning to the private sector to rebuild the country's infrastructure. Big auctions are scheduled, but long-term concerns are niggling.
Peru is looking at financing projects stuck in the pipeline for decades. A $280 million electric train for Lima is the next deal slated to hit the block.
With at least two big new contracts expected, 2008 is shaping up to be a banner year for Mexico's airport groups. Their challenge is raising traffic as the economy dips.
S&P has raised Panama to BB+...
Fortis will sell ABN AMRO’s Brazilian...
While private equity blossoms in Brazil, prospective dealmakers in Mexico are dogged by a traditional business culture and conservative banking practices.
Trade credit insurer Euler Hermes has...
The gulf appears to have widened...
Mining has been an Argentine success story since the 2001 meltdown. A new tax on exports may marginally improve the fiscal surplus, but it also repels vital foreign investment.
Peruvian President Alan García is a man on a mission, calling for revolutions to transform the country. Investors adore the credit, but there are nagging concerns.
by Lucien Chauvin and James Crombie
Mexico is the main LatAm nation exposed to a US slowdown. Domestic institutional money props up the local market, but foreign flight is a risk.
Panama’s sovereign upgrade from S&P will...
Brazil has become the world’s biggest...
Brazilian banks anticipate a leap in commodity derivatives activity this year. They hope to do an increasing proportion of the business onshore.
An increase in the limit on Mexican pension fund holdings of equity coincides with an increasingly hostile stock market. Investors will be slow to adjust.
Companies in the Brazilian mining sector...
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January 12, 2017 | New York, USA
The LatinFinance Deals of The Year are the region’s most prestigious and rigorously ... more
February 23, 2017 | Mexico City, Mexico
From rising public deficits to stalled growth, Mexico’s economy is facing critical ... more
April 1, 2017 | Asunción, Paraguay
The 14th annual breakfast discussion will feature the most active and important sovereign borrowers ... more
April 27, 2017 | São Paulo, Brazil
Latin America’s largest economy continues to navigate a deep recession and the loss ... more
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Argentine corporate and provincial issuers are rapidly re-capitalizing as they gear ... more
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