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1 Aug 2018   Americas, Mexico

Nexxus Capital CFO on Mezzanine Financing, CERPIs, and Looking Past Political Noise

Nexxus Capital, a Mexican private equity fund, has been at the forefront of helping bring to market small and medium-sized firms with high exposure to the local market, as well as those in southern Europe. We spoke to Roberto Langenauer, Managing Partner and CFO of Nexxus about their innovative approach to raising capital, and the increasing role of Mexican pension funds, known as Afores.

Juan Pablo Newman on Mexico’s Elections, Peso’s Resilience and Samurai Bonds

As Mexico continues to show resilience in the face of multiple external challenges, including stalemate in the NAFTA negotiations, pressure on the EM currencies from a rallying dollar and global trade wars, its debt capital markets have largely switched into a wait-and-see mode. But issuance windows offer plenty of opportunities, so we speak to Juan Pablo Newman, the Head of Public Credit at the Ministry of Finance, about DCM prospects and a broader outlook for the country’s issuers and borrowers.

SWOT Analysis: Mexico Elections and Beyond

As Mexico voted in the new president, Bonds & Loans met with a broad range of local finance leaders, corporate chiefs and state officials to discuss the market outlook and get a sense of the risks and opportunities on the horizon.

CASE STUDY: MTP Navigates Regulatory Unknowns to Issue Mexico’s First Tower Securitization

The first securitization sponsored by Mexico Tower Partners included a much-anticipated 5-year bullet repayment date (ARD) and marked the first wireless tower-backed securitization in Mexico. The structure allowed MTP to waive CNBV’s partial dependence requirement, repay the existing credit facility and keep the remaining proceeds from the issuance.

MTP CFO Gonzalo Cornejo on Setting the Pace for Securitisations in Mexico’s Local Market

Following its landmark local market securitisation debut – the first of its kind in Latin America, Mexico Tower Partners has proven itself to be both a leader in the country’s telecommunications infrastructure sector and a trailblazer in its financial markets. Bonds & Loans speaks with the company’s Chief Financial Officer Gonzalo Cornejo about how the deal was done and why it’s worth being first to market in a high-growth sector.

Latin America Deals of the Year Awards 2018: The Winners

The issuers, borrowers and mediators of the most innovative and outstanding debt capital market deals on the continent to be lauded at the prestigious awards ceremony. Winners: Latin America Deals of the Year Awards 2018

CASE STUDY: Blackrock and Citi Conjure Up Dual Tranche Hybrid for Mexico Port Construction

The Lazaro Cardenas Port Logistics (LCPL) project’s complex financing structure, including dual bank and bond financings, allowed the borrower to navigate around construction risks and achieve the full 15-year tenor.

Mexico’s Bond Bonanza is Heading for a Siesta

Taking advantage of positive investor sentiment, Mexican corporates and the sovereign hit the local and international markets en masse in recent weeks. But with analysts forecasting an increasingly volatile 2018 for Latin America’s second-largest economy, the evolving political environment and NAFTA negotiations are casting a cloud over the pipeline.

Latin America Credit Markets Brief: 14 September – 28 September

The Fed slows rate hikes – AT&T mulls LatAm payTV divestment – Amazon Inc. to build gigantic Mexican distribution warehouse – Mexico quake to trim GDP by 0.1-0.3% - Petrobras completes swap – Temer’s approval ratings at all-time low – Argentina outlook mixed, current account data suggests – Peru lowers policy rate for third time in 2017 – Venezuela running out of fiscal room – Chile MinFin says public spending to grow 3% in 2018

Latin America Credit Markets Brief: 31 August – 14 September

A fortnightly review of Latin America's debt capital markets, covering the latest loan and bond deals, rating actions, policy and credit market developments... NAFTA negotiations refocus on labour costs – Uncertainty around Mexico’s CAT bonds following quake – Mexico gets growth forecast lift – Brazil introduces secured lending, covered bond reforms – Argentina to boost borrowing from concessional lenders in 2018 – Uruguay VP resigns ahead of fund misuse investigation – Peru plans to issue USD6bn in 2018 – Chile’s economic team resigns – Panama’s Banistmo issues fresh Eurobonds

 

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