Avianca is not considering an IPO...
The Brazilian unit of shopping mall...
Agricultural company Adecoagro aims to raise...
Brazilian footwear maker Arezzo Industria e...
Brazilian conglomerate Camargo Correa says it...
Pharmaceutical company Corporacion Farmaceutica Recalcine and...
The US unit of Brazil’s JBS...
CAB Ambiental, a Brazilian operator of...
Biggest, tightest, longest, cheapest. Superlatives abound when describing LatAm capital markets and advisory for the last 12 months, and many bankers expect the good times to continue rolling.
After a turbulent 2010, equity bankers and investors are hoping for a smoother 2011, with continued strong volume.
Credit Suisse is back on top again, aiming to leverage relationships throughout emerging markets to further stoke the coals of its LatAm investment banking engine. The Swiss house coasts on rising revenue from M&A, equity and fixed income, but has not slipped into complacency.
Late 2009 and 2010 will be remembered as a period when equity issuance returned to LatAm with mixed results.
Investors could be forgiven for forgetting that Mexico had an equity market, or at least one with new issuers.
Love it or hate it, there was no avoiding the giant, black, viscous elephant in the room of LatAm equity last year.
The merger of Brazil’s two largest retailers – Casas Bahia and Globex, a unit of Pão de Açúcar – was no easy task.
Chile’s Claro y Cía, established in 1880, is no stranger to complex M&A. In 2010 it acted as legal counsel for LAN Airlines in its merger with Brazil’s TAM that promises to be the largest airline in the region.
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