mai 21 2012 | 12:48 PM
Deutsch: Wappen Brasiliens Ελληνικά: Το Εθνόση...

Coat of arms of Brazil

I recently traveled to Brazil with my colleague, Scott Cutler, to meet with a variety of constituents and see the country's growth first-hand. It was inspiring, and Scott says it well in his most recent post, "Brazil's Continued Growth." I echo his sentiments and encourage anyone with comments or queries to get in touch with me at aibrahim@nyx....

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avril 10 2012 | 1:27 AM
A map of Peru

A map of Peru (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I just returned from a successful trip to Lima where I had the opportunity to meet with the management team of our listed and prospect companies, local bankers and lawyers. In addition, I participated in a seminar co-sponsored by JP Morgan, Davis Polk and i-Advise. The seminar was very successful, we had over 40 executives in attendance. The speakers addressed key topics related to the process and benefits...

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févr 15 2012 | 11:46 AM
Latin America and the Caribbean

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NYSE Euronext led the global market for IPOs in 2011 with $35 billion in total capital raised on its European and U.S. markets, more than any exchange group in the world. We added three companies from Latin America in 2011: Adecco-Agro (NYSE: AGRO), an Argentine-based agribusiness; Arcos Dorados (NYSE:...

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févr 10 2012 | 10:16 AM

Alex Ibrahim, Head of Latin America, Caribbean and Bermuda regions for NYSE Euronext Listings discusses the first IPO for 2012 of a Latin American company on the NYSE, his view on general IPO trends from the region and his IPO outlook for the rest of the year.

Headliners:

  • NYSE Lists first Latin American IPO for 2012 Cementos Pacasmayo, the largest cement company in Latin America. This listing opens the market for future IPOs from the region
  • Listing in the U.S. provides Latin American companies access to the largest global market, a strong pool of liquidity and a diverse investor base. Companies gain visibility on a global scale.
  • Large interest from U.S. investors in companies from Latin America – $4 billion traded each day on NYSE
  • According to NYSE Euronext, the pipeline of IPOs from Latin America in 2012...
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