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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  • Wednesday, July 19 2017
    Venezuela

    -The National Assembly (AN in Spanish) approved the final reports on the popular consultation of 16 July and the candidates for magistrates of the Supreme Court (TSJ in Spanish). The latter is part of the process of one of the main items of the current agenda of “zero hour” established by the opposition party Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD in Spanish), as the legislators expect to exercise their constitutional ability to name – on Friday 21 July – new magistrates and thus actively repudiate the current Supreme Court and i

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  • Tuesday, July 18 2017
    Venezuela

    - Following the results of the public consultation election on Sunday, the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD in Spanish) called for a 24-hour national strike on Thursday in protest against the National Constituent Assembly (ANC in Spanish) proposed by the administration of Nicolas Maduro. Furthermore, Freddy Guevara, deputy President of the Congress, said they expect to name the new magistrates of the Supreme Court on Friday. We can anticipate this move will not be acknowledge by both the government and the Supreme Court, but will u

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  • Thursday, July 13 2017
    Venezuela

    - S&P Global Ratings, following its Tuesday action of downgrading Venezuela’s rating, yesterday decided also to downgrade the corporate credit of Corporacion Electrica Nacional, better known as CORPOELEC (former ELECAR). The action resulted in a downgrade from “CCC” to “CCC -“while also maintaining the negative outlook. In detail, the rating agency argued that they are taking this action against the corporate as a result of the sovereign’s downgrade, as it reflects that this is a “government-related entity” (GRE

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  • Wednesday, July 12 2017
    Venezuela

    - A US appeals court blocked Exxon Mobil Corp from enforcing a USD1.6bn award against Venezuela for an asset seizure back in 2007. The court ruled that the judge made a mistake in excusing Exxon from complying with procedural requirements to enforce the October 2014 ruling. In this way, the court supported Venezuela’s point that Exxon should have tried to enforce the award under the federal Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA), instead of streamlined procedures. All-in, Exxon's petition was dismissed without prejudice, meaning

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