Capital Markets Debt Loans
Government earmarks $300m to the Korea Infrastructure Development Co-financing Facility for Latin America and the Caribbean
Loans Project & Infrastructure Finance Structured Finance
Development bank outlines two stages to securitize and place solar project financing in the local capital markets
Loans Features Brazil
Beyond banks, other Brazilian businesses are also being forced to take action to clamp down on money laundering.
Leading banks in Latin America and the Caribbean pursue assorted strategies as the region emerges from an economic slowdown. Some turn to M&A, while others focus on build...
In a transitional year for Itaú, the bank has positioned itself at the forefront of Brazil’s economic turnaround.
Loans Politics Features
The Brazilian government says it is cracking down on money laundering by instituting tighter reporting rules on the finance industry. Local banks, considered complicit by...
Loans Debenture Debt
French bank wins auction, lends the Brazilian state $880m
Argentine energy company Medanito has signed off on an $80m syndicated loan, a statement from law firm Tavarone, Rovelli, Salim & Miani showed.
Transportadora de Gas del Norte (TGN) got $220m in three-year syndicated funding from Citi, ICBC and Itau Unibanco, a statement on Argentina's CNV showed.
Loans Project & Infrastructure Finance Renewable
Nafin has signed a $100m loan with the European Investment Bank (EIB), which it intends to on-lend to wind power projects in Mexico, according to a statement from the EIB...
Project & Infrastructure Finance Loans Nicaragua
Nicaragua will receive €90m ($104.57m) from Germany's KfW, a source from the development bank confirmed.
Bonds Mexico Loans
Credito Real printed MXN800m ($42m) in five-year asset-backed securities (ABSs) in the local Mexican market, according to a securities filing on Mexico's BMV.
Multilateral lender tees up $300m for the Argentine province after central government approves terms
Ecuador will get a 25-year $150m loan from the IDB, which comes with a 7.5-year grace period over a Libor-based interest rate, a statement from the multilateral showed
Pemex's oil trading arm PMI has launched a four-year $700m syndicated loan, according to a source close to the deal.