After years of isolation, Argentine companies are looking to the financial markets to fund what a 15-year sovereign debt default has kept out of reach for many: growth. By Charles Newbery
Argentine companies are on a fresh hunt for capital as foreign investors are eyeing opportunities in a country set for economic rebound. By Charles Newbery
Nicaragua’s leftist government has hired Lazard Frères in hopes of better
touting its economic achievements — and attracting more investment.
By Lucy Conger
Central America’s corporates must improve governance and transparency to draw the financing and investment the region urgently needs.
By Jennifer P. Roig
Market-based solutions to help with the financial cost of natural disaster recovery could be set to pick up in Latin America.
By Rodrigo Amaral
Investors are finally starting to look more favorably at Latin American equities. A flurry of capital increases is keeping bankers busy, but large-scale offerings are few and far between. By Aaron Weinman
Loans and project financings have had a slow start to the year, but an infrastructure pipeline is building. By Jennifer P. Roig
Leading Mexican toll road operator makes CFO change after accounting practices fine. By Mick Bowen
Unfavorable swaps and negative interest rates have limited Samurai issuances
this year. Borrowers could experiment with longer tenors, while investors may have to bet on lower-rated Latin American credits for yield. By Aaron Weinman
European lenders are scaling back offerings in Latin America, but Japan’s ‘mega banks’ are thriving. By Aaron Weinman
Low commodity prices and falling mining investments are leading Chile’s economy to diversify, according to Rodrigo Vergara
As abysmal performances pushed investors out of LatAm equities in droves, the top fund managers are betting on contrarian strategies to beat the pack. By Miluska Berrospi
Investors began returning allocations to Latin American debt fund in the first quarter, a welcome change for portfolio managers. Still, they are cautious on the asset class’s prospects. By Miluska Berrospi
2015 was a tough year for Brazilian investors, but fund managers
still managed to deliver by focusing on quality and diversification.
By Rodrigo Amaral
September 13-14, 2016 | Lima, Peru
The region’s largest financial markets forum, it will convene: CEOs, CFOs and treasurers ... more
September 20, 2016 | Kingston, Jamaica
The Caribbean Nations are now rekindling ties with global capital partners, creating ... more
September 22-23, 2016 | Monterrey, Mexico
The Infrastructure and Sub-Sovereign Finance in Mexico Summit remains the only seminar in Mexico which brings both state ... more
September 28-29, 2016 | New York, USA
The market for structured finance in Latin America is once again at the forefront as the buy-side ... more
September 29, 2016 | New York, USA
Now in its third year, LatinFinance’s Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards Dinner celebrates ... more
October 12, 2016 | Beijing, China
LACIF is the pre-eminent business meeting connecting Latin America and China. This unique ... more
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