November 10, 2016
Whether it’s low oil prices slowing energy reforms or the depreciation of its peso, it’s no surprise deal flow in Mexico’s capital markets has decreased. Local capital markets transactions slumped 55% in the first eight months this year, compared to the same period in 2015, according to Dealogic.
Still, Mexico remains one of Latin America’s most viable investment destinations and the 2016 winner for Best Investment Bank Mexico — BBVA Bancomer — has proved that by concluding important transactions across local and international debt capital markets, equities and mergers and acquisitions.
Advantageous windows in capital markets have grown smaller, according to Adrián Otero, BBVA Bancomer’s h
Despite currency volatility and uncertainty over monetary policy and US elections, this bank has carved out some landmark transactions