Peru’s pension funds step up

Peruvian deals are also supported by a growing pension fund sector, which can invest up to 35% of its assets in dollars.

  • 22 Mar 2013

"The Peruvian investors absolutely love international deals," said one corporate finance banker in Lima, "because international deals offer liquidity that is very hard to come across within Peru.

"Nobody really buys or sells domestic debt in Peru, so these investors feel like they’re buying a loan, not a bond, ...

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