Monthly Archives: July 2012

US banks hope Jobs Act leads to more ECM mandates

US banks are assessing the possible impact that the Jobs Act might have in encouraging Latin American companies that are planning an IPO to conduct a dual listing strategy. The legislation eases the regulatory and disclosure requirements for Emerging Growth … Continue reading

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False start but hopes remain strong for Brazil’s capex bonds

Bankers in Brazil remain hopeful of a bright future for ‘capex bonds’ despite the failure of the first tax-exempt domestic infrastructure bond Brazil in to close, with volatile market conditions being blamed. Ascendi and Bertin’s Concessionário Rodovias do Tietê, a … Continue reading

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Creditcorp offers Andean i-bank template

Creditcorp’s creation of a new pan-Andean investment bank has increased the prospect of further strategic tie-ups between investment banks in the region. Independent investment banks in Chile, Colombia and Peru report that they are being approached constantly by international, regional … Continue reading

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