Corporate governance in Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru. The determinants of risk in corporate debt issuance
This book looks at some aspects of corporate governance development in these countries and how they are linked to risk assessment for international corporate debt issuance. It also examines the role of investment banks and rating agencies in determining the costs of corporate debt issuance and the growing importance of institutional investors as administrators of substantial resources, making for more efficient controls on the part of oversight agencies
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