Our Clients

Our clients are corporates and institutions that are very active in LatAm credit markets.

  • Hedge Funds & Mutual Funds

We serve as their local trusted partner giving them true market color through our regional offices, complementing their investment decision-making process in LatAm. Among the services that we offer to the Asset Managers investing in LatAm High Yield Credit are:

    • Research
    • Sales & Trading
    • Derivatives
      • Fixed Income
      • Rates
      • Currency
    • Structured Products

  • Family Offices

We help them develop and design financial strategies in high-beta-credits, mostly through structured products, for their HNW clientele.

  • Governments & its entities

The firm has assisted local governments and its entities in a variety of asset and liability management issues. We specialize in sovereign & quasi-sovereign risk. Among our service offerings are:

    • Research
    • Sales & Trading
    • Derivatives
      • Fixed Income
      • Rates
      • Currency
    • Structured Products
    • Asset & Liability Management
    • Debt Capital Markets
    • Project Finance
    • Securitization

  • Corporate Treasuries

We provide multinationals with the tools necessary to efficiently manage their local operations. The services offering includes:

    • Research
    • Sales & Trading
    • Derivatives
      • Fixed Income
      • Rates
      • Currency
    • Structured Products
    • Asset & Liability Management
    • Debt Capital Markets
    • Project Finance
    • Securitization o IPOs (VE)

  • Financial Institutions in LatAm

Our products are designed to help financial institutions hedge and (re)position their credit securities portfolio to respond to market changes. Our service offerings include:

    • Research
    • Sales & Trading
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  • Tuesday, January 16 2018

    Venezuela:

    - Yesterday the President Nicolas Maduro gave its yearly speech which should be something close to the state of the union and that according to the constitution should be presented in front of the National Assembly. However, this year and arguing the illegality of the National Assembly, the decision was to give his speech in front of the National Constituent Assembly. In detail, more than a state of the union this was one of the usual speech of the President with not much data to collect. Among

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  • Monday, January 15 2018

    Venezuela:

    - The dialogue meeting held in the Dominican Republic between members of the opposition and the government last weekend culminated again without any results. International mediators indicated that although some agreements were reached, several points remain pending and both parties will meet again this Thursday, January 18. In our opinion, it was expected that results would not be achieved,as we have been saying we believe that the most likely to happen is that the negotiation rounds will culmin

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  • Friday, January 12 2018

    Venezuela:

    - The National Electoral Council (CNE in Spanish) announced that it has approved the schedule for the validation of political parties that did not participate in the last municipal elections which it will take place on 27 and 28 of January. The process will be carried out to comply with the order of the National Constituent Assembly (ANC), which has as its sole purpose to be another obstacle for the opposition. We believe that at the moment the attention is focused on the negotiations in the Dom

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  • Thursday, January 11 2018

    Venezuela:

    - The situation regarding Venezuela’s debt with Brazil received yesterday two mixed updates, as the Brazilian Ministry of Finance reported that the first paid an old debt but that it is still in arrears with another payment. In detail, the ministry informed that Venezuela paid USD262.5mn – corresponding to the May-August period of 2017 – on 5 January as part of their commitments under the Reciprocal Credit and Payments Agreement (CCR), which is part of the benefits of the Latin American In

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