November 7, 2017 |
Mexico’s capital markets has benefitted from a much-needed jolt in 2017. In January, the inauguration of Donald Trump caused uncertainty in Mexico’s markets as the US president promised to pursue protectionist policies with a major trading partner.
The Mexican peso tumbled on the back of threats to the NAFTA and the capital markets stood still.
After a slow start, however, Mexico’s bond and equity markets eventually took off, and Citibanamex was at the forefront, completing landmark transactions across separate asset classes.
With an array of transactions across multiple sectors, Citibanamex is the choice for Investment Bank of the Year in Mexico.
The bank sat atop Dealogic’s Mexican deb
Citi’s Mexican business tops the debt capital markets tables and works on landmark transactions in the equity market.