Nearly three long years after its default, the Argentine government is about to unveil the details of its "final" offer to bondholders.
The debt workout for Argentina's largest locally-owned private sector bank, mangled in the country's financial crisis, gives Banco Galicia room to breathe and rebuild its balance sheet.
Argentina's private retirement funds may be impacted less by the government's default than many think. That's good news for pensioners.
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Will ABS become more interesting for LatAm borrowers as US monetary policy normalizes?
Not yet - unsecured rates are still low
At a fundamental level, the issue is how to generate healthy returns in the medium to long term. Policy holders can see their fund go down over the course of a week or a month, but what we really should be looking at is returns over 20 or 30 years.
Daniel Schydlowsky, Peru’s banking, insurance and private pension fund regulator
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