Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Nimble, responsive and innovative corporate management teams have navigated difficult market conditions and weathered internal change
The Mexican cement maker opportunely tapped markets with large, innovative issues, all while reducing its cost of debt and
El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras are finding increasing success at drawing foreign investors into billions of dollars of new projects. By Jennifer P. Roig
Brazil is reeling from the impact of the country’s biggest ever corruption investigation. Petrobras is in transformation, its new management quickly getting to work shedd...
A strong investor relations program and solid links with a handful of investment banks have enabled this telecom to strike when the opportunity arises
The Colombian oil producer has tapped bond and loan markets skillfully, despite plummeting oil prices
Energy transportation companies and the world’s largest investment firms are eager to play leading roles in the development of Mexico’s pipeline network as the country fo...
The Mexican real estate investment trust’s third follow-on since its 2011 IPO has added liquidity to its stock while luring international investors
The Peruvian conglomerate has grown steadily into neighboring countries through acquisitions
With small but growing pools of assets, pension fund managers in Central America are set to have greater investment freedom in the years ahead. By Lucy Conger
Island nation sells bond to pay back PDVSA
The Brazilian protein firm is spending large as it seeks rapid global expansion – but it can still show restraint where it deems necessary
Dexterity and timing characterize Marfrig’s activity in the capital markets, as it brought down funding costs with a number of liability management exercises
Latin American issuers tap dollar and euro bonds, but concern over Greek default silences markets. By Patrick Ferguson
Deal flow across a range of industries picked up in the second
quarter of the year. By Eduardo García
Borrowers secure larger deals, but fewer corporates come to the market as gears shift toward project finance. By Patrick Ferguson
Chile switched up its cabinet, while executives made rounds at Mexican banks and corporates. By Jennifer P. Roig
Normalizing trade and financial relations with the rest of the world should be a priority for Argentina, and will set the sovereign on the path to investment grade, says ...
The Mexican oil and gas company has been tapping local and international investors while pioneering platforms
A little-used export financing wrap is set to boom as BNDES takes a step back from lending. By Sara Rosner