Brazil Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Deeply unpopular and tangled in a web of political turmoil, Michel Temer’s chances of executing tough, investor-friendly reforms appear to be shrinking. Now the Brazilian...
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...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Bonds Structured Finance
Brazil's national development bank will move from a subsidized long-term lending rate to a new rate based on the government's borrowing costs, but will short-term pain tr...
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Brazil Chile
Latam Airlines has sat on the tarmac since the company was created in 2012. But its financials are starting to look better
LatinFinance’s inaugural Trade Finance in Latin America (TFLA) will convene key Latin Amer...
As the global financial system undergoes a technology revolution that is upending traditio...
Peru Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Peru has lacked the ingredients to make it a global agricultural powerhouse. But investments in irrigation projects and negotiations of trade agreements are changing ever...
Brazil Funds Interviews
Trade tensions between Mexico and the US and the continued strong run of Brazilian equities are forcing asset managers to examine their regional strategies. BlackRock’s c...
Bonds Funds Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Earnings for bond investors in Latin America have burst into life. The most impressive managers were those who were unafraid to pursue portfolio growth in the thorniest o...
Equity fund flows are soaring, reversing years of exits from the asset class, yet risks still linger in Latin American stocks. The best investors are picking carefully
Brazil Mexico Central America
Latin America is lagging behind global trends when it comes to green bonds, but two big developments in Mexico may herald a change
Bonds Structured Finance Funds
After a year of transition, the Inter-American Investment Corporation is primed to sharply extend its financing portfolio, its chief executive says
Mexico Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
As tensions with the US remain high, Mexico's economy minister sets out his country's priorities and plans in a recent interview with LatinFinance
Brazil Peru Loans
The shock waves are not just hitting Odebrecht and its partners but also infrastructure and project finance markets across the region
Ecuador Economy & Policy Comment & Opinion
Edwin Guttierez, Head of Emerging Market Sovereign Debt at Aberdeen Asset Management, offers his view on Ecuador's presidential election
Mexico Bonds Interviews
Pushing ahead with its financial overhaul, Pemex is focusing on debt refinancing, says Juan Pablo Newman
Brazil Colombia Mexico
Bonds Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Funds
With global investor interest in Argentina expected to moderate this year, a plan to encourage Argentines to bring home their undeclared overseas assets could boost the l...
Latin America’s financial institutions have weathered the tough economic times well. Global regulations and rapidly evolving technology will keep them focused in the year...
Bonds Loans Bolivia
For years, Bolivia has pushed to make microfinance a part of the country’s financial mainstream. Now, several Latin American nations are trying to follow in its footsteps...
Colombia Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Despite losing the referendum on its peace agreement, Colombia’s government maintains the political capital to undertake necessary reforms, argues Mauricio Cárdenas