Intermediation and regulation hold the key for Mexican bank investors
Mexico is seen as a bright spot in the emerging markets, and investors are hungry for assets. But while disintermediation has provided plenty of fodder in corporate funding markets, the banking sector has yielded far less issuance. Could an increase in lending tip the scales? Will Caiger-Smith reports.
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