Brazil's CVRD may be one of the world's biggest mining companies, but its cost of capital is higher
than its rivals.
Bankers want the new Basel Accords to lower capital requirements. Regulators want a more robust financial system. Can both sides get what they want?
The private banking industry is under more pressure than ever to deliver returns for its clients. Fortunately, technology and new types of products are there to help.
Treasury Secretary Joaquim Levy is catering more to investors and improving Brazil's debt profile. It might even win an investment-grade rating.
Armed with a banker lured from Citigroup and a focus on innovation, Credit Suisse is powering past rivals to become one of the region's leading investment banks.
LatinFinance gave out 20 awards for outstanding deals and dealmakers across Latin America. Here is the full list of winners and how we chose them.
Latin America's capital markets have had a surprisingly good run these past three years. How much longer will the winning streak last?
The outgoing editor of LatinFinance says Latin America has changed for the better since 2000. Now it has to challenge the privileges of the rich and powerful.