Aruba completes 2029 private placement

Capital Markets Debt Caribbean

Caribbean island prints $125m in 6.5% securities after wrapping up investor calls earlier in July

Aruba hires CS, CIBC for investor calls

Capital Markets Bonds Caribbean

Investment grade Caribbean island mulls a private placement, sources

Barbados bondholders await clarity amid slide  

Bonds Debt Caribbean

Caribbean island edges closer to default, while investors lament its heavy leverage levels

UPDATE: Terms out on Staatsolie loan, sources

Loans Energy Caribbean

Suriname's petrol company welcomes a bunch of lenders to its $625m syndicated loan, sources

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...

Staatsolie loan reduces fiscal pressure on Suriname  

Debt Loans Caribbean

South American petrol company gathers $625m in syndicated debt easing stress on its sovereign backer

Guyana privatization unit shops dollar bond

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

NICIL pitches a five-year, $65m note to investors in Jamaica and Trinidad

DomRep solar, wind opportunities take shape

Debt Loans Project & Infrastructure Finance

Two energy projects in the Caribbean island pen funding agreements, underscoring appetite for renewable power sources

Hess Corp. snares Guyanese O&G block

Energy M&A United States

US-based energy company takes 15% stake in the Kaieteur facility from ExxonMobil

FirstCaribbean talks US IPO

Capital Markets Equity Caribbean

Regional lender files F-1 documents with the SEC, picks three underwriters

CAF approves T&T loan

Loans Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy

Multilateral provides $300m to help the Caribbean island's public policy reforms

CAF assesses green bond amid 2018 debt raising efforts

Debt Bonds Capital Markets

Regional development bank still has roughly $2bn to raise in international securities this year

Caribbean economies get their books in order

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

With commodity prices stabilizing and tourism numbers expected to increase, prospects for growth in the Caribbean are rising, but concerns about the fiscal side linger on...

Where sovereigns lead, corporates follow

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Sovereign issuers are increasingly tapping global capital markets through local currency bonds. Corporate issuers are likely not far behind.

Paraguay stands alone amid LatAm lull

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Bond issuers prompted to print quick as rate hikes and talk of import tariffs hinder credit spreads, sources