The consolidation in Brazil’s drug store...
Brazilâ€™s economy has had a good run, but analysts are readying themselves for tougher times ahead. Can the government and monetary authorities make a difference?
Pemex plans to raise its position...
Equity International (EI), the investment vehicle...
After much speculation about a possible...
Advisors to Brazil’s Folhapar should offer...
Cultivos Marinos Chiloe, seen as among...
Brazilian investment bankers are seeing upward wage pressures abate as newcomers enter the marketplace.
But veteran players can still command top dollar.
Brazilian billionaire Eike Batista expects IPOs...
Faced by slow growth at home, Spanish and Portuguese companies want to hold on to valuable LatAm assets. But in times of distress these are also the easiest to sell.
Chilean port operator Puerto de Lirquen...
BNDES has made a habit of supporting consolidation to create national champions. But was its attempt to wade into the fight between Carrefour and Casino a miscalculation?
Moody’s upgraded Coca-Cola FEMSA (KOF) to...
Peru’s credit quality continues to improve...
Peru’s pension system is growing exponentially, leaving managers scrambling for investment options. Infrastructure investments, foreign assets and a deeper equity market may help.
The pipeline for Colombian corporate bond and equity transactions is swelling as issuers look to take advantage of the sovereign’s new investment-grade status.
Mexico’s sovereign local currency debt has never been more popular, but this has done little to help further develop the local corporate debt markets.
Rising sales figures in Mexico’s automotive industry are drawing new investment in production while one of the country’s largest parts manufacturers is readying its own growth spurt.
Reasons to buy global real-denominated bonds abound, but will risk aversion scare foreign investors away from this asset class? Yields may be too tempting to resist.
Trinidad’s tough-talking energy minister is powering change in the vital energy sector. Can he bolster production levels and help the sluggish economy?
The Swiss-franc market has become a popular destination for LatAm blue-chips. But volumes may depend on investors’ willingness to venture into junk territory.
The Dominican Republic is on a path to recovery as FDI flows increase and more investors buy its debt in the local and international bond markets. Will politics ruin the party?
With inflation the main challenge, several banks drew positive reviews for their efforts in the past year, with Colombia narrowly leading the way. However, Brazil continues to frustrate markets
Banco do Brasil has sent out...
Brazilian local bond volumes are soaring as issuers swarm to file rule 476 offerings that make deals easier and faster for listed and non-registered issuers alike.
Venezuela’s presidential elections are still more than a year away. But the possibility of regime change is already moving spreads. Are investors blind to the underlying risks?
Mexico’s Congress looks set to pass covered bond legislation. The move will create a whole new asset class for the local market and may rejuvenate mortgage funding.
Fears of a credit bubble in Brazil may be overblown. Loan growth remains robust but it is slowing as central bank measures kick in.
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Jan 16, 2014 | New York City
The preeminent social affair for key players in the Latin American financial and capital markets....
Feb 12, 2014 | The Pierre, New York City
Connects high-yield and soon-to-be issuers from Latin America with investors from across the...
Mar 6, 2014 | The Four Seasons, Mexico City
The only capital markets event in Mexico where more than 60% of participants are issuers and...
Mar 26, 2014 | Hotel Unique, São Paulo
Exploring all the aspects of debt financing for Brazilian corporate, financial, sovereign and...
Who do you expect to be treated better in the resolution of the OGX situation?
There is performance risk that the market is going to have to evaluate and assess. I think that is very healthy for the market because that will enable us to finance a much wider range of projects.
Luis Fernando Andrade, Colombian National Infrastructure Agency
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