January 15, 2016
As equity markets waned this year, the M&A space has emerged as an opportunity for corporates needing capital: companies keen to cut debt are shedding non-core assets. Meanwhile, strategic investors, particularly international firms, are taking a long-term view on Latin America and seeing beyond its economic woes. From private equity funds to multinational conglomerates, these companies are evaluating acquisitions and taking advantage of Latin America’s currency devaluation.
Goldman Sachs nabbed a bigger share of the action in Latin America and the Caribbean in 2015, by leveraging its global presence to connect buyers and sellers.
The environment requires advisors with deep cross-border
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