Banks and fintech startups are racing to win a commanding
lead in technological innovation in Latin America. And 2019
could be a tipping point.
To feed the world’s growing population, Argentina could play
a bigger role. But that will require investing billions of dollars in a
Cross-listing on the Oslo stock exchange could allow Chilean salmon
producers to raise fresh capital as the industry recovers from a decade of strife.
Luiza Trajano turned Magazine Luiza from a small giftshop into one
of the 10 largest retailers in Brazil. Now, she is using her influence to place more
women on company b...
LatinFinance’s Annual Deals of the Year Awards Dinner celebrates the outstanding instituti...
Corporate and government leaders from both Latin America and China gather to discuss the d...
Asset Management Bonds Debt
After a year of good returns, bond investors in Latin America face increasing volatility — again. Elections and higher interest rates loom, keeping debt fund managers on ...
M&A Project & Infrastructure Finance Debt
A far-reaching bribery scandal has shifted the landscape of M&A in Latin America. Now the sale of Peru's Chaglla hydropower plant is in danger of collapsing.
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.
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Project & Infrastructure Finance
Peru’s new president enjoys widespread support as he faces the lingering fallout from the Odebrecht corruption scandal and tries to boost economic growth.
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy M&A
As the United States imposes tariffs on steel imports, Latin America downplays the threat of a trade war but looks to reinforce commercial ties with other countries.
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.
M&A Loans Capital Markets
A far-reaching bribery scandal has shifted the landscape of M&A in Latin America. Now the sale of Peru’s Chaglla hydropower plant is in danger of collapsing.
Interviews Canada Mexico
Mexican Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo says the three sides can still reach an agreement by July
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...
Populist politics are reaching a fever pitch in the run-up to elections in Colombia, Mexico and Brazil. But despite the fiery rhetoric of the campaign trail, market force...
Economy & Policy Funds Loans
Brazil is shutting down brokers’ bank accounts and barring investment funds from buying bitcoin. Now a fight over the future of cryptocurrencies has broken out in Latin A...
In our 2018 Latin America Capital Markets Roundtable, some of Latin America’s most impressive issuers discussed their strategies for the year.
Capital Markets Economy & Policy Special Reports
In LatinFinance’s annual survey of finance ministries in Latin America and the Caribbean, Mexico edges out other countries by keeping a lid on inflation and strengthening...
Economy & Policy Features Chile
Rising copper prices and the arrival of a new pro-business administration are lifting hopes of a sharp recovery in investment in Chile. By Tom Azzopardi
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Loans M&A
After a couple of tough years, Colombia’s banking sector expects to return to higher rates of growth in 2018, although it knows it is unlikely to match results from the f...