Economy & Policy Regulation Features
Blockchain based providers are entering the remittances market in Latin America.
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy People
With a fiscal plan in the works, Colombia’s new government looks to balance fiscal prudence and stimulate economic growth.
Bonds Debt Loans
Latin America increasingly relies on PPPs to boost infrastructure investment but it’s not always financially smart to use private financing for public projects.
Economy & Policy M&A People
Mexico’s telecoms sector is likely to escape sweeping reform under AMLO, but a renewed focus on expanding coverage could spark increased infrastructure investment and spu...
As political overtones began impacting trade, Mexico and the US found common ground for their deal negotiations.
Loans Regulation Features
As technology disrupts traditional financial services, industry players across Latin America are demanding rules of the game.
Economy & Policy Features Colombia
The Andean country’s new pro-business leader has pledged to make tourism a key engine of economic growth. The challenges are to attract investment and insure the country’...
Debt Capital Markets Loans
China and Latin America’s ties have evolved from direct government financing to commercial lending via locally-acquired banks.
Features Regulation In Depth
Latin American’s financial sector is increasingly targeted in cyberattacks. Hackers are growing more creative and sophisticated, but countries are not cooperating enough ...
Features Interviews Project & Infrastructure Finance
The Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank arrival was hailed as competition for traditional multilateral players, but AIIB’s president Jin Liqun says the world needs more,...
Peru has been moving up must-visit traveler lists for years, with Machu
Picchu long the star site and Peruvian cuisine the newest attraction
The Peruvian government hopes to spur infrastructure investments
with a new approach to get stalled projects going and new ones underway
Best Funding Strategy – Andes
Balancing austerity measures with a new credit line from the IMF, the Macri administration hopes pragmatism can right Argentina’s economy
President-elect Iván Duque takes over a country that has charged ahead
of its neighbors in attracting foreign investment. His challenge now is to keep it that way.