Daily News April 11, 2016

Brazil’s Itaú eyeing Citigroup’s Latin America assets Itaú Unibanco Holding SA is interested in assets that Citigroup Inc has put up for sale in Latin America, as Brazil’s largest bank by market value seeks opportunities to expand beyond its home turf, a senior executive said on Thursday. Itaú is aiming for its operations outside Brazil to account for almost 20 percent of its total revenue by the end of the decade. Reuters reports. Argentina set for bond market return after 15 years Argentina will begin meeting investors Monday as it returns to the international bond market for the first time in 15 years and closes the book on a long and bitter battle with its creditors. Argentine officials will hold […]

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