Interviews

Branching out

Interviews People

As it builds its businesses outside Brazil, Itaú is counting on digital banking and other initiatives to become a major presence in Latin America

Keeping a close watch

Interviews

The first Latin American at the helm of BIS, the former Mexico central banker discusses the outlook for the global economy, cryptocurrencies and financial regulation

Building blocks

Interviews

Lea Gimenez leaves Paraguay's Finance ministry this Wednesday; incoming minister Benigno López lays out the next administration’s infrastructure and debt priorities for ...

Parting Shot: José Efromovich

People Interviews Comment & Opinion

José Efromovic is the president and CEO of Avianca Brasil. He is also a board member of Avianca airlines. This article is an edited transcript of his comments in an inter...

Interview: BlueOrange Capital

Funds Asset Management Bonds

BlueOrange Capital wants to mobilize private capital to provide mezzanine debt for sustainable investments in Latin America, but it understands that making an impact come...

Talking growth with Chile's Finance Minister Felipe Larraín

Bonds Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy

As Chile feels the effects of its first downgrade since the 1990s, Finance Minister Felipe Larraín lays out the plan to improve the country’s credit rating.

Chile sets new economic plans in motion

Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Debt

As Chile feels the effects of its first downgrade since the 1990s, Finance Minister Felipe Larraín lays out the strategy to improve the country’s credit rating.

Mexico, Canada need to consider possible US exit from NAFTA: Guajardo

Interviews Canada Mexico

Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo says the three sides can still reach an agreement by July

A global perspective on Latin America: BlackRock’s Axel Christensen

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

As political uncertainty grips the region, with upcoming elections in Colombia, Mexico and Brazil, BlackRock's chief investment strategist for Latin America argues for ca...

LatinFinance hosts 2018 Capital Markets Roundtable

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

In our 2018 Latin America Capital Markets Roundtable, some of Latin America’s most impressive issuers discussed their strategies for the year.

Mexican advisors discuss economic policy before elections

Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Interviews

As Mexico’s presidential race heats up, economic advisors for the three leading candidates discuss their campaign’s economic visions during LatinFinance’s 13th Cumbre Fin...

Banco do Brasil builds blockchains

Loans Structured Finance Special Reports

Banco do Brasil plans to start using blockchain technology for interoperability with other banks in the first half of 2018, but it wants to test everything before it uses...

Mexico roundtable: Gearing up

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

With presidential elections on the horizon and the future of NAFTA uncertain, Mexico’s economy faces potential headwinds at the start of 2018. LatinFinance convened a gro...

MUFG gears up for Latin America expansion

Bonds Asset Management Debt

John Koike, the regional head for Latin America at MUFG, discusses the Japanese bank's plans for the region in a one-on-one interview

Interview: Brazil-China Fund

Project & Infrastructure Finance Brazil Funds

A new bilateral fund managed by Brazil and China has billions of dollars to invest. But, as the foreign affairs secretary at Brazil’s Planning Ministry says, the exact st...

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