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  • LatAm 2010: Better Days Ahead, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (2/1/2010)
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  • Mexico: Ready to Give ABS a Fresh Look?, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (7/31/2009)
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  • Mexico Posts $808 Million ABS/MBS Deals in December, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (1/12/2009)
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  • Mexican RMBS and Homebuilder ABS: Fresh Palette of Players for '09, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (12/15/2008)
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  • Housing Pessimists Chew On Metrofinanciera: Company puts figure on money owed to the trusts, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (12/8/2008)
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  • For Metrofinanciera, it's an Uphill Battle to Win Back Trust, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (10/27/2008)
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  • Mexico's PCD Does It for Finacity, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (7/28/2008)
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  • Mexico's SHF Wears More Hats In Ugly Weather, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (6/16/2008)
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  • Mexico's Credito Inmobiliario Forges Ahead: Despite the possibility of risk in the sector, Credito comes to market with a bridge loan deal, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (5/12/2008)
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  • Fog Up Ahead: New Tax Blurs Future of Mexican Toll Road ABS, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (4/21/2008)
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  • Monoline Crisis Doesn't Spell End of Wraps in Emerging Markets: But Business Will Be Sporadic at Best in 08, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (3/31/2008)
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  • SAI Aims to See Forest for Trees, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (12/3/2007)
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  • Consumer Debt Mania in Mexico and Brazil: What Does It Mean for ABS?, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (11/26/2007)
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  • New Playbook For Monolines in Mexico, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (10/22/2007)
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  • Mexican Covered Bonds: Issuers to Pick a New Fruit from Funding Tree, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (9/10/2007)
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  • Securitisation in Latin America, Bank for International Settlements (BIS) (9/3/2007)
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  • Mexico's Farac To Add New Impulse to ABS, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (6/4/2007)
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  • Eyes on gringos who own LatAm homes, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (5/28/2007)
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  • Mex ABS caters to locals and foreigners, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (5/21/2007)
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  • Will The U.S. Subprime Downturn Spread To Mexican RMBS?, Standard & Poor's (3/22/2007)
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  • Deutsche Bank brews first ever CDO of RMBS in Mexico, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (2/19/2007)
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  • Mexico/Caribbean/Latin American condotel unit financing first lien loan sale
    ( United Funding Corporation ) (11/30/2006)
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  • Largest RMBS Issuance In Latin America (CEDEVIS 06-4U) Rated 'mxAAA', Standard & Poor's (11/13/2006)
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  • Metrofinanciera makes news, but not all of it's good, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (11/6/2006)
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  • Panelists Say Securitization In Mexico Is More Than Just A Trend, Standard & Poor's (10/10/2006)
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  • Home is where the deals are: LatAm Domestic Market Still on Top, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (10/2/2006)
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  • Mexican RMBS Market Finds Keys To Success, Standard & Poor's (9/13/2006)
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  • Genworth provides first foreign insurance in primary Mexican RMBS, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (8/7/2006)
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  • Ambac's ready for Mexico peso action, Felipe Ossa, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (6/19/2006)
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  • MBIA taps Mexico shelf for first time, Felipe Ossa, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (4/17/2006)
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  • Mexico remains ABS center of LatAm universe, Felipe Ossa, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (4/10/2006)
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  • December Credit Derivatives Report, RiskCenter.com (1/5/2006)
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  • Diversified Payment Right Securitization Market Beginning To Tap Vast Potential, Standard & Poor's (9/15/2005)
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  • Opportunities Await, Obstacles Abound For Third Stage In Latin American Securitization, Standard & Poor's (8/23/2005)
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  • Mexico Holds Strong As Leading Latin American Structured Market, Standard & Poor's (7/25/2005)
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  • Securitization In Emerging Markets Expanding Further In Second Quarter Of 2005, Standard & Poor's (7/20/2005)
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  • Mexico's FONACOT 05 Becomes Largest Latin American ABS Consumer-Backed Securitization, Standard & Poor's (6/9/2005)
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  • Recent Securitization Conference Highlights Rise Of Mexico Plus Brazil's Expected Comeback, Standard & Poor's (5/24/2005)
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  • Mexico Embraces Structured Finance And Becomes Latin American Market Leader, Standard & Poor's (5/10/2005)
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  • The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Securitisation 2005: Mexico, Global Legal Group, Ltd. (4/20/2005)
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  • Greater Stability And Stronger Financial Markets Underpin Mexico's Creditworthiness, Standard & Poor's (3/21/2005)
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  • Ratings On Mexican Structured Transactions Unaffected By Upgrade Of Mexico, Standard & Poor's (2/1/2005)
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  • Research Update: Long-Term Foreign Currency Rating on United Mexican States Raised to 'BBB'; Outlook Stable, Standard & Poor's (1/31/2005)
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  • Latin American Companies Taking Advantage of the Global Market, Standard & Poor's (6/28/2004)
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  • Brazil Still Dominates Latin Structured Market, but Mexico Leads on the Domestic Front, Standard & Poor's (6/23/2004)
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  • Synthetic Transactions Are Expanding Structured Financing Alternatives in Emerging Markets, Standard & Poor's (6/17/2004)
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  • Latin America and the Caribbean Region in 2004: Recovering but Not Very Dynamic, Standard & Poor's (6/17/2004)
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  • Mexico: Politics From a Credit Rating Perspective, Standard & Poor's (6/17/2004)
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  • Legal Issues in Mexican Asset-Backed Securitizations, Standard & Poor's (5/27/2004)
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  • Penoles Structured Silver Payable Notes Rating Affirmed and Removed From CreditWatch Negative, Standard & Poor's (5/6/2004)
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  • Stable Environment Arises in Latin America Region During First Quarter (Commentary), Standard & Poor's (4/21/2004)
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  • Standard & Poor's Emerging Markets Ratings List as of April 20, 2004, Standard & Poor's (4/20/2004)
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  • Mexican RMBS entices IDB, Felipe Ossa, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (4/19/2004)
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  • Demand for Securitization Growing in Mexico; ABS Leads the Charge (Commentary), Standard & Poor's (7/16/2003)
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  • Mexico - Secured Lending Amendments, Jauregui, Navarrete, Nader y Rojas S.C. (4/25/2003)
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  • New Mexican Law Amendments Improve Project Finance Structures, Barry N. Machlin, Mayer Brown LLP (4/25/2003)
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  • Basel II -Tercer Paquete de Consulta, Presentaci¢n del Nuevo Acuerdo de Capital de Basilea, Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (4/1/2003)
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  • Emerging-Market Issuance Amid Cross-Border Volatility, RiskCenter.com (1/3/2003)
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  • Mexico's sleeping giant awakens: First true MBS deal on the way, could hit nearly US$1bn, Felipe Ossa, Asset Securitization Report--SourceMedia (10/14/2002)
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  • Mexican State To Launch First Local Tax Securitization, Bondweek--Institutional Investor Newsletters (9/27/2002)
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  • Market Risk - Latin American Woes Dog Mutual Funds, Tim Jones, RiskCenter.com (7/3/2002)
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  • Latin American Financial Development in Perspective -- Servicio de Estudios, Documento de Trabajo no. 0216 (working paper), Banco de Espa¤a (7/1/2002)
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  • Overview: Waning Confidence in Strong Recovery (BIS Quarterly Rev. June 2002), Bank for International Settlements (BIS) (5/27/2002)
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  • Inter-American Development Bank Expands Guarantee Program For Private Sector in Latin America, Caribbean -- Backing for long-term debt instruments in local capital markets,, Inter-American Development Bank (5/2/2002)
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  • Power In Mexico: Enter the Bonds? by Barry N. Machlin, Mayer, Brown, Rowe & Maw (This article originally appeared in Global Power Report 2002, a supplement to Project Finance. Reprinted by permission), Project Finance Magazine (4/5/2002)
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  • Observations on Cross-Border Insolvencies and Their Resolution in the NAFTA Region: Where Are We Now?, Douglas A. Doetsch, Aaron L. Hammer, Mayer Brown LLP (4/1/2002)
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  • Latin America Corporates, Fitch Ratings (8/28/2001)
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  • The Creation of a Mortgage-Backed Securities Market in Mexico
    ( Publication date: 1996 ) , Luis Danton Martinez, Grupo Financiero Banamex (6/1/2001)
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  • Coping With Cross-Border Securitisation, Jason H.P. Kravitt, Ian R. Coles, C. Mark Nicholaides, Mayer Brown LLP (6/1/2001)
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  • Latin American Bond Default Study, Fitch Ratings (3/1/2001)
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  • Mexican Construction Company utilizes innovative Structured-Finance mechanism to fund house building, Guadalupe Ornelas, The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade (12/15/2000)
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  • Rating Securities Backed By Future Export Receivables, Fitch Ratings (10/10/2000)
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  • Effective Funds Flow Strategies: Strategies to Achieve Efficient Cross-Border Payments from Mexico to the U.S., for Financial Institutions & Other Multinational Corporations, Practical Latin American Tax Strategies--World Trade Executive, Inc. (11/1/1999)
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  • Private Equity Investment in Mexico, Mayer, Brown & Platt & Jauregui, Navarette, Nader y Rojas, S.C. (11/1/1999)
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  • Spanish Mortage Default Model, Fitch Ratings (1/20/1999)
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  • Legal and Regulatory Obstacles to Securitization in Mexico: An Analysis, Federico Rios, Jauregui, Navarrete, Nader y Rojas S.C. (1/1/1999)
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  • Securitization: The Mexican Secondary Mortgage Market, Guadalupe Ornelas, The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade (1/1/1999)
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  • Mexico: Paving The Way For Entry Into The Capital Markets Through Cross-Border Securitization, Guadalupe Ornelas, The National Law Center for Inter-American Free Trade (1/1/1999)
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  • How Investors React To Political Risk, Claire A. Hill, Georgetown University Law Center (12/16/1998)
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  • Guidelines For Rating Mexican Residential Mortgage-Backed Securities, Fitch Ratings (5/14/1998)
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  • Latin American Securitization: The Case Of The Disappearing Political Risk, Claire A. Hill, Georgetown University Law Center (3/1/1998)
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  • Restructuring Strategies for Mexican Eurobond Debt, Douglas A. Doetsch, Duncan N. Darrow, Peter V. Darrow, Miguel Jauregui-Rojas, Michell Nader S., Mayer Brown LLP (9/1/1997)
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  • Emerging market cash flow securitizations take off, Douglas A. Doetsch, Mayer Brown LLP (11/1/1996)
     

     

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