The outlook for capital markets work in Latin America, Brazil and Mexico this year.
BY JOACHIM BAMRUD
Latin American capital markets has seen a strong start to the year, with bonds from sovereigns like Brazil, Mexico and Chile raising a combined $15.9 billion and companies like America Movil, Bimbo, Codelco, Cosan, Ecopetrol, Interbank and YPF issuing a combined $8 billion in bonds during January.
What is the overall outlook for Latin America-related capital markets work this year? What will be the main challenges? What is the outlook for Brazil- and Mexico-related capital markets work specifically? And what is the outlook for other markets? Latinvex asked three leading experts. Our panel:
Michael Fitzgerald, partner in Baker McKenzie’s Transactional Practice Group
Grenfel Calheiros, Head of Simpson Thacher’s São Paulo office
Todd Crider, Head of Simpson Thacher’s Latin America Practice
Keywords: Baker McKenzie, Brazil, Capital Markets, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Peru, Simpson Thacher
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