Peru

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The development of Peru’s energy market has been rife with challenges and opportunities in recent years, as the sector has come under cross-pressures from unique domestic concerns and sweeping structural changes in the global economy. On the one hand, while Peru could once stake a claim to being South America’s largest commercial producer of...

 

Why has the banking sector become more solarised?

 

How can stakeholders collaborate to ensure the sustainability of operations in mature mines?

 

Peru has become a beacon of macroeconomic stability in Latin America, with top-notch credit ratings and an admirable inflation record. However, while the Lima Stock Exchange (Bolsa de Valores de Lima, BVL) is one of the oldest among Latin America’s major economies, having been founded in 1860, it is also one of the smallest. The development of...

 

With Peruvian GDP growth improving to 4% in 2018, lending saw some renewed dynamism after a slow couple of years. Showing its fastest growth since 2010, lending from private sector banks was up 8.77%, according to the Peruvian Banking Association (Asociación de Bancos del Perú, ASBANC).

 

Despite solid economic growth and macroeconomic stability, the size and scope of Peru’s capital markets remain limited. As the IMF highlighted in July 2018, domestic capital markets remain shallow and illiquid, and the stock market’s capitalisation as a share of GDP has increased only marginally. High market concentration is partly to blame,...

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