Bonds Debt Capital Markets
Argentina diversified its investor base and pushed the boundaries with a surprising 100-year bond
The country’s first nominal fixed-rate global bond in local currency paved the way for Uruguay to fund itself entirely in pesos in 2017
With presidential elections on the horizon and the future of NAFTA uncertain, Mexico’s economy faces potential headwinds at the start of 2018. LatinFinance convened a gro...
Capital Markets Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy
After a decisive election victory, Sebastián Piñera has promised to unlock an investment logjam and revitalize Chile’s sluggish economy. Once again, he has the global eco...
Venezuela is edging closer to default on its foreign debt as vulture funds snap up the country’s bonds and push an acceleration clause for missed coupon payments
Bonds Asset Management Debt
John Koike, the regional head for Latin America at MUFG, discusses the Japanese bank's plans for the region in a one-on-one interview
Capital Markets IPO People
Camposol remains on track to launch an IPO in January, but bankers say they are paying close attention to market sentiment
Central bank increases the borrowing costs on inflation fears
Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Politics Mexico
Jose Antonio Meade resigns, fueling speculation that he will aim for the top job under the ruling PRI banner, while Pemex CEO picked to replace him
Loans Features Brazil
Beyond banks, other Brazilian businesses are also being forced to take action to clamp down on money laundering.
Asset Management Economy & Policy Politics
In a roundtable discussion hosted by LatinFinance at the IMF/World Bank annual meetings, policymakers and investors discussed the changes in the global financial and econ...
Gathered for the IMF/World Bank annual meetings, government officials from Latin America and the Caribbean presented a mixed picture of economic prospects in the region.
Economy & Policy Project & Infrastructure Finance Politics
The two earthquakes that shook Mexico are not expected to unsettle the economy. Rather, a short-term surge in retail sales and the rebuilding efforts could provide a boos...
Politics Economy & Policy Brazil
The radical evolution of the financial system is catching supervisors on the back foot. How they respond will determine whether technology becomes a force for development...
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...