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Q3

If there is one element universally felt across Latin America, and the world, it is that the destructive force of the SARS-CoV-2 virus has exposed the fissures and wounds in societies’ connective tissue. As our Daily Brief subscribers have seen, we’ve covered the patchwork of aid and restructurings that have helped to stabilize the region, but it is far from being secure. And yet, as science struggles to gain a solid grip on controlling the virus, we are witness to a patchwork of policies and cash to help people figure out a way of just getting on with life.

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Editor's letter: Picking up and seeing through

Q3.2020 databank

In Depth

Q4.2020 outlook: Debt

In Depth Interviews

Interview with Gordon Kingsley, Head of Latin America DCM origination at Credit Agricole CIB

Q4.2020 outlook: Equity

In Depth Interviews

Interview with Roderick Greenlees, Global Head of Investment Banking, Itaú BBA

Q4.2020 outlook: M&A

In Depth Interviews

Interview with Paul Aversano, Global Practice Leader of the Transaction Advisory Group at Alvarez & Marsal

Q4.2020 outlook: Loans

In Depth Interviews

Interview with Willem Sutherland,. Head of Wholesale Banking, Latin America at ING

Argentina and Ecuador's debt: Questions far from over

In Depth Features

Debt relief in the midst of a pandemic came as welcomed news to Latin America’s serial defaulters. Even if the pandemic clears, questions linger on their financial outloo...

Pension plan no panacea in Chile

In Depth Features

The fallout from the pandemic and huge withdrawals from Chile’s pensions fund have kept corporate issuers on their toes

Six questions for Bruno Constantino, Chief Financial Officer of XP Investimentos

In Depth Interviews

One of Brazil’s largest brokerage firms, XP Investimentos has set off on an aggressive acquisition spree while landing some high-profile executives to join its team in a ...

How will Latin America's debt financing look after COVID-19?

In Depth Features

Adjustments in the wake of the pandemic will need to be gradual and most countries in the region will require more access to low-cost financing

Panama's shifting trade winds

In Depth Features

COVID-19 has changed the face of global trade. Panama – the hub of the Americas – will need to invest and adapt if it is to thrive

Monetizing sewage could help Brazil come clean

In Depth Features

Four years after the ignominy of holding Olympic events in the polluted waters of Guanabara Bay, Brazil still struggles with a lack of infrastructure to bring clean water...

LatinFinance's 2020 Project & Infrastructure Finance Awards

The most impressive transactions and institutions in a field critical to the region's economic progress