Grupo Gondi shops for loan  

Loans Debt Mexico

Mexican paper packaging company looks for $56 mln to shore up liquidity, sources say

Fibra Uno completes two-part tap

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Mexican REIT adds $650 mln to its 2030 and 2050 notes to refinance debt after delaying a deal last month

Fibra Uno reboots cross-border debt plans

Bonds Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Mexican REIT looks to make benchmark-sized bond sale after cancelling a two-part deal last month

Grupo Famsa withdraws bankruptcy filing

Bonds Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Fixed Income

Mexican department store operator's savings bank division had license revoked

Cox Energy America executes first BIVA IPO

IPO Energy Mexico

Subsidiary of Spanish renewables company goes public by issuing $34m in shares

LATAM Airline's Brazil unit included in bankruptcy protection filing  

Colombia Brazil Mexico

Chilean airline filed for Chapter 11 earlier this year, presented second DIP financing proposal to US court

Banorte sells $500 mln of 10 year non-call perpetual

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Mexican bank garners strong interest with orders 4 times oversubscribed

Banorte prepares to sell dollar notes

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Mexican bank looking to sell perpetual callable notes

Famsa skips bond payments

Debt Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Mexican retail group misses interest and principal payments on two series of local notes after losing its banking license

Mexican markets pick up in second quarter, but risks persist  

Economy & Policy Regulation Mexico

Local banking system is strong, but unpredictability is a major challenge for economic officials, CESF says

Mexico revokes Famsa's banking license

Regulation Mexico

Federal deposit insurance agency IPAB starts liquidation and returning deposits to account holders

Aeroméxico talks DIP financing  

Debt Regulation Coronavirus

Mexican carrier becomes the third airline in Latin America to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in a US court

Fitch downgrades BBVA subsidiaries

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Rating agency cuts the Spanish bank's businesses in Mexico, Colombia and Chile

Airports, toll roads taxi towards restructurings in LatAm  

Debt Capital Markets Economy & Policy

Travel restrictions force concessionaires to consider delaying debt payments, but some may be able to cushion the blow for a few years

Famsa files for Chapter 11 protection  

Debt Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Mexican retail group says it has enough cash on hand to remain open as it restructures its 2020 bonds