Close to $30 billion in cross-border bond supply during the first two months of the year left some investors happy that blackout periods and a brief bout of volatility in […]
A flood of cross-border bond supply in January and early February soon laid to rest any doubts about market access for Latin American borrowers. Indeed, the period saw record volumes […]
Consolidation in Mexico’s Coca-Cola bottling sector is underway and more M&A activity, both in the domestic and regional markets, is expected.
Vitro appears to have won a shootout with creditors over its restructuring plans, but longer-term questions remain over Mexico’s Concurso Mercantil system.
Major oil companies are falling over themselves for a piece of Brazil’s oil-rich future. But with new offshore licenses on hold, getting assets is neither cheap nor
Colombia comes out on top in this year’s ranking, after Minister Echeverry shows pragmatism and political savvy to push through fiscal reform.
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.