Interviews

Peru's Benavides worries too much regulation could hurt the mining industry  

Economy & Policy People Project & Infrastructure Finance

Miners are more sensitive these days to the environment and local communities, says the chairman of Peru’s largest precious metal producer

Chile's Velasco says more pragmatism, less ideology can solve economic problems  

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Policies must be enforceable, transparent and flexible to tackle economic challenges, says Chile’s former finance minister

World Bank's Familiar says more political consensus needed to achieve prosperity  

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More action and less discussion are needed to achieve economic and social improvements, says World Bank expert on Latin America

Brookfield's Almeida says conflicting regulations frustrate infrastructure investors  

Asset Management Funds People

Infrastructure is a long-term investment that needs predictability and stability, says the head of Brookfield Asset Management's infrastructure business in Latin America

Chile's Larraín says tighter fiscal policies are a priority  

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

As he focuses on reducing his country's debt, Chile's finance minister worries about the economic fallout from the US-China trade dispute

Moneda's Echeverría looks to ESG themes to guide his investments  

Asset Management Capital Markets Economy & Policy

Choosing between investment returns and sustainability is a thing of the past, says the founder and president of Chile's Moneda Asset Management.

BlackRock's Senra sees opportunities in Latin America's emerging wealth industry  

Asset Management Bonds Debt

Regional markets are more mature, but the wealth industry remains in its infancy, says the head of BlackRock's Latin American business

Veteran investor Mobius is bullish on Brazil  

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The time is ripe for emerging markets and Brazil is among the most appealing, says Mobius

Peru's Vizcarra is confident anti-graft initiatives are working  

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Peruvian president has made the fight against corruption the centerpiece of his administration

Breaking the glass ceiling  

Interviews

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...

Asia's answer  

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,...

Stoking growth

Interviews Peru Economy & Policy

There are threats of a trade war in the north, global rates are rising and China’s growth rate has slowed, but Peru continues to see the potential for expanding its econo...

Q&A: FIBA talks AML compliance, risk in LatAm

People Regulation Interviews

President and CEO says there is close to $4trn worth of money being laundered on a global basis

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