Archive

February 2003

Bancomext's Peso-Euro Bond

Mexico

Banking & Business

Mexico

Bradesco's Efficient Capital Raising

Argentina

CNO Wins Syndicate Support

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Continental Success for CAF

Bonds Structured Finance

Corpbanca's Rare Performance

Equity

Digitel's Substantial Achievement

Domestic Help Wanted

Shunned by the international bond market, Latin American companies are looking for local backing. But hooking up hometown bond buyers and companies remains a serious chal...

Failure and Success

Argentina

Heading Out of the Storm

Last year the Latin American capital markets were pummeled like never before. The good news is the worst appears to be over and smoother sailing should prevail in 2003.

Heard in 2002

One good thing about living through difficult times is that it elicits colorful language. Here is abrief selection of some of last year's most memorable quotes about the ...

In the High-Grade Universe

Innovation Punts for PRI

Looking for New Lifelines

A tough market conditions limit the use of securitized transactions in Latin America, companies that want access to long-term financing are finding additional ways to mee...

Making a Big Deal

Latin America's top transactions for 2002 required ingenuity, timing and a good dose of courage.

MarketWatch

Mexico

Mexico Whittles Down Its Bradys

Mexico

Mexico's Smooth Sale of Ahisa

Pain, Change and Progress

This year, LatinFinance marks its 15th year of publication. It is an appropriate time to reflect on some of the challenges and events that have shaped the Latin American ...

People

Brazil

Peru Pulls in the Private Sector

Peru

Petrobras Makes a Bold Buy

M&A

Pioneering MT 100s Flows

Brazil

Sovereign Report

Mexico

Still Waiting for a Solution

Teodoro Petkoff, an influential newspaper editor and anti-Chavista, says Venezuela needs sweeping reforms to revitalize its debilitated economy and political system cor...

TFM's Simple Story Sells