Gerardo Daniel Valle Trujillo

Banorte

Corporate Debt, Analyst @ Banorte

Gerardo is a Corporate Debt Analyst covering Debt Capital Markets in Mexico in Grupo Financiero Banorte since 2017. He has three years of full-time professional experience in credit analysis and corporate debt. Gerardo holds a degree in Management & Finance from Universidad Panamericana in Mexico.

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Mexico Results: Corporate bond repo transactions

Broadly speaking, these operations have experienced a weak demand despite the adjustments announced by Banxico last July 15th, 2020, in order to preserve the best liquidity conditions of the financial system.
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Alejandro Padilla Santana @ Banorte 23 October 2020

Mexico: Banxico announces corporate bond repo transactions

Banxico will offer credit institutions the facility to enter into corporate securities repo operation with a maturity of up to 91 days for an amount of MXN 94.97 billion (US$ 4.5 billion). Based on both documents, the cost of the repo agreement will ...
Banorte Alejandro
Alejandro Padilla Santana @ Banorte 23 October 2020

Results: Corporate bond repo transactions

Broadly speaking, these operations have experienced a weak demand despite the adjustments announced by Banxico last July 15th, 2020, in order to preserve the best liquidity conditions of the financial system.
Banorte Alejandro
Alejandro Padilla Santana @ Banorte 16 October 2020

Mexico: Banxico announces corporate bond repo transactions

This repo operation is part of the additional credit and liquidity measures announced together with Banxico’s 50bps rate cut on April 21st, with the total amount of the program being of up to MXN 100 billion (US$ 4.6 billion) with the possibility of ...
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Tania Abdul Massih Jacobo @ Banorte 9 October 2020

Mexico: Corporate bond repo transactions

On Friday, Banxico offered credit institutions the facility to enter into corporate securities repo operations with a maturity of up to 91 days for a maximum amount of MXN 90.02 billion (US$ 4.0 billion). For the third consecutive week, no bids were ...
Banorte Alejandro
Alejandro Padilla Santana @ Banorte 30 August 2020

Mexico: Pension funds outlook (July 2020)

System’s yield of return rising. In the US, GDP fell 32.9% q/q annualized in 2Q20, showing a strong contraction in retail and a fall in investment, while inventories had a negative contribution and net exports added up in the period. We note that the...
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Alejandro Padilla Santana @ Banorte 25 August 2020

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