Asian buy-side participation in LatAm debt deals remains meager, but greater efforts are being made to cultivate accounts from Singapore to Tokyo.
There are incipient signs that middle-tier companies, both foreign and local, are poised to tap Chile’s domestic bond market. But so far efforts to
Liquidity in the LatAm corporate bond market is shrinking as regulatory pressures force banks to reduce inventories. Investors are worried.
Peru has massive investment needs going forward as the government seeks to maintain the pace of economic growth in the face of potential social unrest.
Bankers are vying for a foothold in Brazil’s growing wealth management business. Assets under management are reaching new highs as wealthy
Bankers are bullish on global local currency issues from the region’s corporates. Can the asset class evolve to include participation from both locals and foreign investors?
The market largely cheered the appointment of Maria Das Graças Foster as the new CEO of Petrobras. The career engineer faces many challenges ahead.
Troubled Brazilian oil services company Lupatech may have the support of the BNDES and a backlog of orders, but can it survive in an increasingly
Colombia’s expensive and expansive banking system is enjoying its salad days. More and pricier M&A deals may still be on the horizon.
Carlos Garcia Moreno has proven himself to be one of the most skillful operators in the global capital markets, helping transform América Móvil into a truly global telecom.