Colombian lender pulls well ahead of its local rivals when it comes to profitability and closes the gap on the country’s largest bank in terms of assets.
Working with clients allows this year’s winner to keep bad loans in check as the country’s agriculture market falters.
Dominican Republic’s largest lender widens the gap with its competitors, as it keeps its focus on private-sector borrowers.
Another year of impressive financial gains and regional acquisitions place the Honduran financial institution at the top of Central America’s banks.
Peruvian lender weathers an economic slowdown to increase total assets and shift its focus to the growing insurance sector.
An economic slowdown pushes Santander to innovate digitally, while maintaining its place as one of leading corporate financiers in Chile.
Despite slower economic growth at home, the Caribbean lender maintains strong market share and grows its presence abroad through acquisitions.
Chilean investment bank tops the league tables in local bond sales, while its efforts across different asset classes leave it well placed to navigate future headwinds.
Uruguay’s largest bank asserts its dominance by focusing on local currency personal loans
Scandals have hurt the investment banking climate in Colombia in 2017, but Bancolombia completed landmark transactions in the M&A space and local bond market.