Tag Archives: Pemex

Mexico adds Euros to Century club

Mexican issuers and euro currency deals continue to dominate Latin America’s international DCM markets and – in the case of the Mexican sovereign’s 100 year trade – dramatically so. Mexico took advantage of benign market conditions, created by the European … Continue reading

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Mexican energy reforms: The test for Pemex

Long seen as a proxy for Mexico, oil company Pemex faces new challenges after the implementation of President Peña Nieto’s landmark energy reforms. If senior management can meet them, it could be the start of a long road to the … Continue reading

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The reformer: profile of Mexico’s Minister of Finance Luis Videgaray

JPMorgan selects the venue for the annual meeting of its International Council carefully. The bank likes to think that its choice of host city embodies the financial zeitgeist – that the city and country represent the world’s current greatest potential … Continue reading

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Mexico: Banks line up for energy push

The positive reaction to the announcement in December, of the constitutional amendment to pave the way for ground-breaking energy reforms has generated considerable excitement among investors, bankers and energy companies in Mexico. The reforms open up the oil and gas … Continue reading

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Mexico’s fiscal reform is mixed blessing for banks

Mexico’s long-awaited tax proposals were given a muted welcome by bankers and economists, who had been hoping for a more fundamental reform of Mexico’s fiscal base. The government expects that its reforms will increase aggregate tax receipts from the private sector by … Continue reading

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