The material on this site is for financial institutions, professional investors and their professional advisers. It is for information only. Please read our Terms & Conditions, Privacy Policy and Cookies before using this site. Please see our Subscription Terms and Conditions.

All material subject to strictly enforced copyright laws. © 2022 Euromoney, a part of the Euromoney Institutional Investor PLC.

Corporate bonds pick up on recovery prospects


Televisa icon Broso: top name Mexican
companies will lead the way

Of all the international businesses that suffered the after-effects of the September 11 attacks, those in Mexico were among the most affected, given strong ties to the US economy. The Latin American bond market was also caught in a downdraught. It effectively closed to new issues amid a global economic slowdown, making it more expensive for companies to raise money.

Now, some six months on as the US and Mexican economies show signs of strengthening again, Latin America's capital markets also appear to be slowly coming back to life.

"The outlook is good for Mexican corporate bond issues. The market is becoming much more receptive," says Walter Molano, head of emerging-markets debt research at BCP Securities.

Mexican media empire Televisa shook off the inertia of 2001 last month with the country's first corporate bond issue of the year.

You have reached premium content. Please log in to continue reading.

Read beyond the headlines with Euromoney

For over 50 years, our readers have looked to Euromoney to stay informed about the issues that matter in the international banking and financial markets. Find out more about our different levels of access below.


Unlimited access to and

Expert comment, long reads and in-depth analysis interviews with senior finance professionals

Access the results of our market-leading annual surveys across core financial services

Access the results of our annual awards, including the world-renowned Awards for Excellence

Your print copy of Euromoney magazine delivered monthly

£73.75 per month

Billed Annually


Unlimited access to and, including our top stories, long reads, expert analysis, and the results of our annual surveys and awards

Sign up to any of our newsletters, curated by our editors


Already a user?

We use cookies to provide a personalized site experience.
By continuing to use & browse the site you agree to our Privacy Policy.
I agree