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

LatAm, Caribbean is 'new COVID-19 epicenter'  

Coronavirus Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Loans

Government actions have relieved pressure, but high informality and low preparedness are hindering the region's response, IMF says

Posadas to seek haircut in restructuring talks  

Asset Management Bonds Debt

Mexican hotel operator says it needs to hold on to cash to make it through the COVID-19 pandemic

LatAm faces setbacks in COVID-19 response  

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Argentina

High borrowing rates and structural problems are making it hard to finance stimulus programs, finance ministers say

Loan market struggles to shake off coronavirus effects  

Loans Debt Coronavirus

Borrowers stick to short-term and bilateral deals as volumes plunge 86% year-on-year, sources say

LatAm, Caribbean recession to be twice global average  

Economy & Policy Brazil Mexico

Region's economies will contract by 9.4% in 2020, driven by deep recessions in Brazil and Mexico, the IMF says

Kimberly-Clark's Mexican business prints 10-year notes

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Personal hygiene paper products company raises $500 mln in the cross-border bond market to refinance debt

Fibra Uno calls off two-part tap

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Planned debt deal does not meet the Mexican REIT's "debt issuance criteria," source says