Test cases in Colombia and Peru are proving the effectiveness of impact bonds, but not their appeal to institutional investors.
As the transaction pipeline grows, investment banks in Brazil and Argentina see tighter races for mandates and a squeeze on fees. But simply hiring more staff may not be the answer
The radical evolution of the financial system is catching supervisors on the back foot. How they respond will determine whether technology becomes a force for development or a source of stress and economic destabilization.
Latam Airlines has sat on the tarmac since the company was created in 2012. But its financials are starting to look better
LatinFinance’s Deals of the Year Awards recognize the outstanding institutions and transactions in the capital markets of Latin America and the Caribbean.
As it overhauls its domestic service and cuts staff to reduce costs, Latam Airlines Group is also aggressively tapping a range of sources for capital and financing. The company’s chief financial officer discusses the strategy with LatinFinance
LatinFinance’s Banks of the Year Awards for 2017 celebrate the financial institutions in Latin America and the Caribbean that have demonstrated excellence in retail, commercial and investment services between July 1, 2016 and June 30, 2017.
Central bank keeps interest rates at 4%, bucking analyst predictions of a 25bp cut
Central American sovereign advances financing for a new bridge over the canal, prepares to open bids for construction companies.
Mexican retailer abandons plans to buy Chilean counterpart for $1.21bn