Goldman signals Brazilian focus

Goldman signals Brazilian focus

By ROB DWYER

Investment bank steps in as BNDES stops crowding out; an important first in local-denominated financing of large project puts down marker.

Barbados represents a higher risk opportunity

Barbados represents a higher risk opportunity

By JEREMY WELTMAN

The new government has inherited a mess, with Euromoney’s survey signalling a further rise in risk in Q2 2018, but ECR experts believe proactive leadership can suitably address the issues.

Argentina’s unknown destination

Argentina’s unknown destination

There’s an old joke about a tourist approaching a local to ask for directions: The local considers, sucks on his teeth for a while and replies “I wouldn’t start off from here if I were you”.

Latin America’s new geopolitical reality

Latin America’s new geopolitical reality

By ROB DWYER

Professor Niall Ferguson visited São Paulo in April to address Itaú’s annual MacroVision conference, and found time to sit down with Euromoney to talk fintech, social media and trade.

BNDES embraces  its evolution

BNDES embraces its evolution

By ROB DWYER

The blueprint for BNDES is for a development bank that partners with the private sector to facilitate more socially beneficial projects while using less capital.

Latin America best managed banks 2018: Strength beyond the numbers

Latin America best managed banks 2018: Strength beyond the numbers

By BEN EDWARDS and ROB DWYER

Euromoney Latin America attempts to look through the gloss of momentum and short-term results to answer the question long-term investors ask: which banks have the best blend of performance, management expertise and fundamental strength to outperform?

Uruguay has a dollar dilemma

Uruguay has a dollar dilemma

By BEN EDWARDS

The country’s bankers are frustrated: the system is sound, their banks are generally well run, and yet they are among the worst performers in Latin America.