Shearman: Plaza's $530 million IPO
Sovos, a provider of tax compliance and business-to-government reporting software, sees huge potential for further growth in a region where it already has a large presence.
Spanish banking giant BBVA said it has "expressed its willingness to negotiate with the Bolivian government to produce a smooth and orderly transfer with the regulator and the authorities."
Until now Brazil has been one of the few major economies in Latin America and the developing world not to have such legislation in place.
The Brazilian development bank saw large H1 gains from the sale of shares in certain companies and improved loan book quality allowed it to reduce loan loss provisions.
The right-wing, ruling Colorado party, which has governed for 66 of the past 71 years, will remain in power as Mario Abdo Benítez is sworn in on Wednesday.
Officials in Argentina unveil a series of measures to support the national currency as Turkey battles to shore up the lira.
The Dominican Republic pickup should double the bank's customer base in the country and adds to significant expansion efforts in Latin America this year.