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...
Bonds Debt Capital Markets
Venezuela is edging closer to default on its foreign debt as vulture funds snap up the country’s bonds and push an acceleration clause for missed coupon payments
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
Loans Features Brazil
Beyond banks, other Brazilian businesses are also being forced to take action to clamp down on money laundering.
Economy & Policy Project & Infrastructure Finance Politics
The two earthquakes that shook Mexico are not expected to unsettle the economy. Rather, a short-term surge in retail sales and the rebuilding efforts could provide a boos...
Politics Economy & Policy Brazil
The radical evolution of the financial system is catching supervisors on the back foot. How they respond will determine whether technology becomes a force for development...
Loans Politics Features
The Brazilian government says it is cracking down on money laundering by instituting tighter reporting rules on the finance industry. Local banks, considered complicit by...
Comment & Opinion
After auctioning four airport concessions, Brazil’s Investment Partnerships Program, or PPI, is on track to develop highway and railroad investments in South America’s la...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Bonds Structured Finance
Multilateral agency aims to go beyond the standard A/B loan structure and build a more active portfolio in Latin America, says Irene Arias
Argentina Bonds Funds
The Argentine government has been on a debt spree. With interest running high, corporate issuers appear ready to take the plunge. But can the economically troubled countr...
Argentina Brazil Chile
Following the end of the commodities boom, China and Latin America are forging bonds in a range of new industries
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...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Brazil China
Some of China’s biggest power companies are starting to look beyond acquisitions to greenfield projects in the region
Argentina Chile Colombia
Latin American investment teams are tracking the changes in China’s markets, with many welcoming the expansion of options
Project & Infrastructure Finance Argentina Brazil
Project finance in Latin America is having another tough year as the effects of the Odebrecht bribery scandal rattle the region. Now political uncertainty in major econom...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Brazil Colombia
In the wake of the Odebrecht bribery scandal, governments across the region are overhauling the way they award and oversee new projects