NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwired) -- We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2014 LatinFinance Best Corporates Awards, which recognize the companies in Latin America and the Caribbean that have made the most impressive use of the debt and equity markets, and demonstrated excellence in management between April 1st, 2013 and March 31st, 2014.
- Corporate with the best equity market strategy: Graña y Montero
- Andean corporate with the best capital markets strategy: Graña y Montero
- High grade corporate with the best bond market strategy: Pemex
- High yield corporate with the best bond market strategy: Cemex
- Mexican corporate with the best capital markets strategy: Cemex
- Corporate with the best regional strategy: Coca-Cola Femsa
- Corporate with the best ex-regional strategy: Grupo Bimbo
- Brazilian corporate with the best capital markets strategy: JBS
- Central America / Caribbean corporate with the best capital markets strategy: ICE
- Best corporate for shareholder transparency: Ultrapar
- Best managed LatAm corporate: Copa Holdings
- Best managed Brazilian corporate: Ambev
- Best managed Mexican corporate: Arca Continental
- Best managed Andean corporate: Parque Arauco
Latin America's best corporates match effective use of the capital markets with excellent management, transparency and governance. As more of the region's companies become the biggest players in their sectors, Latin America's corporations can rightfully claim to be world class. For the full story click: AWARDS BEST CORPORATES 2014 | LatinFinance
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