Financial Strength Ranking

Mexican concessionaire PINFRA reached the top spot in Latin Trade’s Financial Strength Ranking for the first quarter of 2021, with a score of 3.35/4, among more than 200 listed companies from Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru with revenues higher than US$100 million for the 3-month period ending in March 2021. The score is calculated using the companies’ leverage, liquidity, turnover and 3-month performance rates to determine their financial strength.    The companies that are ranked in the first five places are the following: PINFRA, a major concessionaire in Mexico, with a score of 3.35/4.  Rede D’Or, Brazil’s largest comprehensive health-care network, with a score of 2.84/4. TAESA, one of Brazil’s major private electric power transmission groups, with a […]

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