James Young

Banking and Insurance Reporter, Mexico Bureau  in BNamericas

James Young has worked as an editor and journalist in Mexico City since 2004, working for The Miami Herald, Variety and MarketNews, among others. Starting at BNamericas in August 2016, he continues to develop his focus on macroeconomics and the banking industry in Mexico and Latin America. He holds a BS in physics from Florida State University.

1909 articles written by James Young:

Fitch: LatAm Reinsurance Sees High Catastrophe Losses in 2017, but Capital not Compromised

Thursday, July 26, 2018

By Fitch Ratings San Salvador-26 July 2018: A record year of catastrophe losses in Latin American has affected profitability for the region's reinsurance sector but without compromising capital, ac...

Itaú: Talking points for Nafta's sixth round of talks

Wednesday, January 17, 2018

PRESS RELEASE LatAm Talking Points - Sixth NAFTA renegotiation round will likely be positive for Mexico Talk of the Day Mexico We are positive about the upcoming 6th round - to be held in ...

Caribbean Insurance Report

Monday, February 12, 2018

For the Caribbean insurance sector, 2017 will be forever remembered for the multi-billion dollar losses from Hurricanes Irma and María, a catastrophic one-two punch that contributed to the glob...

Jamaica rolls out pension reforms

Friday, October 13, 2017

With the recently approved reforms to the nation's public worker pension system, Jamaican lawmakers have taken a much-needed, though much-delayed, step forward in the nation's war on spir...

Jamaica rolls out pension reforms

Friday, October 6, 2017

With the recently approved reforms to the nation's public worker pension system, Jamaican lawmakers have taken a much-needed, though much-delayed, step forward in the nation's war on spir...