October 17, 2019
Cristina Schulman, Head of Latin America Debt Capital Markets, Santander
Latin America’s bond issuers turned out in greater force than expected in the middle of the year, upending predictions of a slowdown as issuance in June and July stood at $29.95 billion, according to data provider Dealogic. Total issuance from June through the first week of September was $68.55 billion, the firm said.
Adding local market deals into the mix and the low interest rate environment, globally, have helped boost overall issuance, says Cristina Schulman, Santander’s head of Latin America Debt Capital Markets.
“The robust pipeline we see for the third quarter in the international capital markets is a by-pr
Despite initial concerns about a slowdown in the second-half, capital markets participants now express some optimism for the third quarter. Activity in Mexico seen as a key factor in the loan market