Mexico Bonds Structured Finance
Mexicans are optimistic about a rebound in the domestic securitization market. However, several challenges remain and volumes still lag peak pre-crisis levels.
The YPF nationalization plans have spooked investors and multinational companies. What is the fate of Argentina’s issuers?
Agribusiness is pushing farmland prices higher and scaring politicians in its search for returns. Some operators are broadening their geographies.
Funds Equity Economy & Policy
Volatility has complicated life for the equity buyside and dented market performance in the past year. Long-term investors are still sticking to the consumer demand story...
Colombia Mexico Peru
The region’s public credit managers have addressed funding needs early on this year ahead of uncertainties. The market tone has improved since January, but risks remain.
M&A Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
LatAm’s Generators and transmission companies face huge buildouts to meet electricity demand. The largest have broad access to funds, with development banks picking up th...
Brazil Funds Economy & Policy
Times are more challenging for Brazilian fund managers, as LatinFinance’s rankings show. A more flexible buyside must look at a broader scope to hit return targets.
Funds Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Positive sentiment returns and investors should be spoiled for choice. With uncertainties ahead, however, selectivity is the message from top bond managers.
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
As sustainability becomes integrated as a core business element, financial institutions and corporate players are touting their participation in it as well as its benefit...
Sustainable indexes in LatAm continue to outperform benchmarks. A rising number of regional companies with strong practices gives index makers more names to choose from.
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Funds
Sustainable practices are becoming increasingly important to investors, and LatAm is no exception. The buyside gives the region’s companies high marks.
Chile Colombia Peru
Investors have long hungered for new assets in the rapidly growing Andean countries. Issuers from Colombia and Peru have started to offer more to the capital markets.