Brazil Economy & Policy Corporate & Sovereign Strategy
Deeply unpopular and tangled in a web of political turmoil, Michel Temer’s chances of executing tough, investor-friendly reforms appear to be shrinking. Now the Brazilian...
Argentina Bonds Funds
The Argentine government has been on a debt spree. With interest running high, corporate issuers appear ready to take the plunge. But can the economically troubled countr...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Bonds Structured Finance
Brazil's national development bank will move from a subsidized long-term lending rate to a new rate based on the government's borrowing costs, but will short-term pain tr...
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Brazil Chile
Latam Airlines has sat on the tarmac since the company was created in 2012. But its financials are starting to look better
With an end-game to the NAFTA negotiations far from certain, Mexican corporates, banks and...
With much of the higher rated Argentine corporate and provincial debt sales now
out of the...
Comment & Opinion
After auctioning four airport concessions, Brazil’s Investment Partnerships Program, or PPI, is on track to develop highway and railroad investments in South America’s la...
Multilateral agency aims to go beyond the standard A/B loan structure and build a more active portfolio in Latin America, says Irene Arias
Argentina Brazil Chile
Following the end of the commodities boom, China and Latin America are forging bonds in a range of new industries
Project & Infrastructure Finance Brazil Funds
A new bilateral fund managed by Brazil and China has billions of dollars to invest. But, as the foreign affairs secretary at Brazil’s Planning Ministry says, the exact st...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Brazil China
Some of China’s biggest power companies are starting to look beyond acquisitions to greenfield projects in the region
Argentina Chile Colombia
Latin American investment teams are tracking the changes in China’s markets, with many welcoming the expansion of options
Project & Infrastructure Finance Argentina Brazil
Project finance in Latin America is having another tough year as the effects of the Odebrecht bribery scandal rattle the region. Now political uncertainty in major econom...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Brazil Colombia
In the wake of the Odebrecht bribery scandal, governments across the region are overhauling the way they award and oversee new projects
A few bond issues have been used to finance greenfield infrastructure projects in Latin America, but institutional investors are still wary of construction risk
Financing Colombia’s 4G toll road concessions is getting tougher as local and global lenders are squeezed. But now the national development bank is betting on some new ro...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Comment & Opinion
Institutional investors are increasingly interested in infrastructure but face hurdles to increasing their exposure to it, writes the World Bank Group's Joaquim Levy
Argentina Chile Bolivia
Argentina is courting junior miners and global investors as it aims to supply half of global lithium demand