Partner Guillermo Uribe spoke with Latinvex on Mexico's capital market, which is expected to underwhelm in part due to the economic policies of President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador. President Obrador's policies differ greatly from the pro-business government of Brazil, whose capital markets are expected to shine in 2020. Uribe says real estate investment trusts, investment trusts for the energy sector, and Investment Project Fiduciary Securitization Certificates (CERPIs) in Mexico should continue as normal.
“We think some big transactions will be made,” he says. “Once the infrastructure projects are released many resources will be needed, hopefully.” Mr. Uribe believes no new big players are expected, except for some telecom related issuers.
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