Regulation

Arteris road prepares debt sale

Debenture Debt Capital Markets

ViaPaulista offers $100m in eight-year debentures to local investors

LatAm bond sales slow in Q1

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Bonds Debt

This year's totals could still eclipse 2018 as issuers shake off the lingering effects of elections in Mexico and Brazil

Paraguay's ANDE prepares for debut cross-border bond issue

Bonds Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

State-owned power company would use the proceeds to further its investment plans, says deputy economy minister

Chile lines up LatAm's first sovereign green bond

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Government could sell between $1.5bn and $2bn in international notes in the second half of the year, finance minister says

Corporación América adds to airport concession in Uruguay

Project & Infrastructure Finance Loans Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Argentine infrastructure company agrees to invest $35m in return for a 14-year contract extension

Norway drops LatAm bonds

Funds Asset Management Bonds

Sovereign wealth fund excludes Chilean and Mexican notes from its benchmark index

Light lines up local notes

Debenture Debt Capital Markets

Brazilian power company aims to raise up to $196m from a three-part debenture sale

Gol, Latam enter race for Avianca

M&A Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Debt

Elliott Management asks the two airlines to present separate offers for at least $70m

Fitch cuts BRF

Debt Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Brazilian food company fails to shed as much debt as expected and faces closed markets in Russia and the EU, rating agency says

Guatemalan Congress endorses CABEI loan

Loans Project & Infrastructure Finance Politics

Lawmakers vote to get $120m in financing for construction work at USAC

Petrobras revives Liquigás sale

M&A Debt Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Brazil's state-owned energy company has hired Santander to find a buyer for its LPG distribution unit

Bricks postpones IPO again

IPO Equity Funds

Mexican real estate investor finds it difficult to convince afores to buy shares, CEO says

Peru's Benavides worries too much regulation could hurt the mining industry

Economy & Policy People Project & Infrastructure Finance

Miners are more sensitive these days to the environment and local communities, says the chairman of Peru’s largest precious metal producer

Chile's Velasco says more pragmatism, less ideology can solve economic problems

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

Policies must be enforceable, transparent and flexible to tackle economic challenges, says Chile’s former finance minister

World Bank's Familiar says more political consensus needed to achieve prosperity

Bonds Debt Capital Markets

More action and less discussion are needed to achieve economic and social improvements, says World Bank expert on Latin America