M&A Caribbean Dominican Republic
Canadian lender's $330m purchase will make it the fourth-largest loan provider in the Caribbean island
M&A Telecoms Central America
Blackstone portfolio company pays the Dutch cable and telecom unit $170m for Teletorres del Caribe
Debt Bonds Capital Markets
Caribbean island prints $1.3bn in 2028s after orders were 3x oversubscribed, sources
Bonds Debt Capital Markets
Global local currency bonds were a popular fundraising option in 2017, but new issues have slowed down this year as investors look to avoid exchange rate risk amid market...
Regional economies can take advantage of growing economies to handle fiscal deficits
Capital Markets Equity IPO
Some stock markets are exploring green financing products and social financing as countries look to integrate their capital markets
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Project & Infrastructure Finance
Where economic expansion and social tensions are growing side by side (Photo: Falco Ermert - CC by 2.0)
Project & Infrastructure Finance Wind Dominican Republic
Peruvian power unit's local subsidiary obtains $74m from Citi for the Agua Clara wind farm
Debt Loans Project & Infrastructure Finance
Two energy projects in the Caribbean island pen funding agreements, underscoring appetite for renewable power sources
Project & Infrastructure Finance Loans Central America
Central American development bank provides $250m at a fixed-rate to cover construction of the Monte Grande project
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...
Encouraged by a strong economy and the increasingly open capital markets, international investors are taking another look at the Dominican Republic.
Caribbean sovereign gathers more than $800m in local currency bonds, targets $1bn on the longer end, sources say
Investors sense opportunity to pick up some yield as corporates wrap up roadshows amid volatility
Caribbean sovereign issuer picks Citi, JPMorgan to coordinate global-local currency effort