M&A Project & Infrastructure Finance Economy & Policy
Maranhão-based power company promises to invest at least $193m in the electricity distributor Cepisa
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Debt Economy & Policy
Rating agency says civil unrest puts the banking system at risk and limits country's access to external financing
Project & Infrastructure Finance Energy Politics
Auction postponement raises questions
M&A Economy & Policy Energy
BNDES issues the tender documents for the six companies and programs the auction for July 26
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Regulation
Inflation is low and private investments are growing, says central bank head Julio Velarde
Asset Management Bonds Debt
Pension funds in Brazil are reeling from corruption scandals that caused billions of reais in losses. Now they are implementing stricter rules for picking investments, bu...
Economy & Policy People Politics
Carlos Oliva, a former deputy at MEF, replaces David Tuesta and becomes the fifth finance minister in a year
M&A Project & Infrastructure Finance Debt
A far-reaching bribery scandal has shifted the landscape of M&A in Latin America. Now the sale of Peru's Chaglla hydropower plant is in danger of collapsing.
Bonds Debt Capital Markets
Argentina agrees to speed up spending cuts and set more realistic inflation targets to secure $50bn in financing
Bonds Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy
As Chile feels the effects of its first downgrade since the 1990s, Finance Minister Felipe Larraín lays out the plan to improve the country’s credit rating.
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Project & Infrastructure Finance
Peru’s new president enjoys widespread support as he faces the lingering fallout from the Odebrecht corruption scandal and tries to boost economic growth.
In the 2018 Mexico Roundtable, LatinFinance brought together a group of business leaders, investors and government officials to discuss the country's political, economic ...
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy M&A
As the United States imposes tariffs on steel imports, Latin America downplays the threat of a trade war but looks to reinforce commercial ties with other countries.
People Regulation Politics
David Tuesta leaves his post after bus and truck drivers threaten to protest against hiking fuel taxes
Bozano Investimentos will handle investments for the $1.5bn B2 Infra fund