Morgan Stanley reshuffles top executives

Wall Street bank gives rising stars access to the board

Mexico oil auction eases memory of previous sale flop

ENI and Pan American among winners of blocks in Gulf of Mexico

Workers prepare drilling pipe on the Petroleos Mexicanos (Pemex) La Muralla IV deep sea crude oil platform in the waters off Veracruz, Mexico, on Friday, Aug. 30, 2013
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Mexico learns lessons after oil auction flop

Flexibility is the watchword in switch from state control

Cross-border M&A shows scope for integration

Pact has created a platform for members to expand into each others’ countries

(from left) Chilean President Michelle Bachelet, Peruvian President Ollanta Humala, Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto and Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos applaud after signing an agreement during the second day of the IX Summit of the Pacific Alliance, in Punta Mita, Nayarit, Mexico, on June 20, 2014
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Like minds aim to tread united line

Mexico, Chile, Colombia and Peru are more liberal, and open for business

Small-cap Week, September 26

Lonmin, Minera IRL, Assura, and Global Market Group featured

Apple iPhone 6S launched amid sales doubts

Company bullish but investors voice concerns

image for Latin American Brand special report September 2015

Slowdown hits spending power

Economy products do well as consumers rein in premium spending

Cuban rum in a battle for authenticity

A French distiller and the world’s largest privately owned drinks company vie for supremacy

Week in Review

Week in Review, September 19

HP to wield the axe, AB InBev eyes SABMiller, Facebook embraces its negative side and more

AB InBev looks to win over SABMiller investors

Possibilities in emerging markets crucial in $275bn tie-up

AB InBev adds to record in audacity

Brewer’s approach for SABMiller driven by need for global reach

Profiles: AB InBev-SABMiller’s investors

Potential deal would involve Brazilian, Belgian, Colombian and US investors

Value investors heading back into Brazil

Flurry of take-private deals seen as ‘vote of confidence’

Brazil central banker stays above fray

Institution wins praise amid downgrade as political threats grow

Botín to switch Santander Brazil chief

Shake-up comes after shares hit by fears about nation’s economy

RSA sells Latin American assets to Sura

Division’s £403m sale comes as Zurich bids for FTSE 100 insurer

Venezuela secures $5bn China loan

Oil-backed credit a show of support for Latin American economy

Judge rallies Brazil to anti-graft war

Sérgio Moro battles political opposition to Petrobras probe

Brazilian banks: spreading the love

Some lenders could prosper though the economy struggles


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