Changing trends in global capital flows may make it harder for populist governments to opt out of international capital markets. But as Argentina’s default shows, the path to pro-market policies is a complicated one. By Katie Llanos-Small
Panama’s new president inherits a country with Chinese-style growth levels, but maintaining that expansion, and realizing the country’s ambitions as a logistics hub, will require careful attention. By Lucy Conger
The winning firm has size, breadth and roles in important and complex deals
A smattering of companies signaled plans to raise equity
in the months ahead, after a quiet time for the market.
By Katie Llanos-Small
Mexico boasts three elements that will shelter it against a turn in the global interest rate cycle, argues central bank governor Agustín Carstens
Strong sponsors and a well-known mineral deposit, alongside a wide syndication, lay behind this deal’s success
Betting on a pro-market turn has long been a perilous game for investors in countries like Argentina and Venezuela. Now, growing speculation of a possible shift to economic pragmatism in […]
Peru’s government has taken decisive action to counter a sharp growth slowdown. But the measures have risks, as well as benefits.
By Lucien Chauvin
Competing firms come together on a crucial project for Peru’s mining exports
After a year of progress and innovation in deal-making, Latin America’s infrastructure financing markets have broader options, greater experience, and more maturity, despite — or perhaps because of — sometimes challenging market conditions