Dealmakers, issuers and investors in Latin American structured finance are often quick to point out that they've been spared the worst brutalities of the global financial crisis and the more recent sovereign debt anxiety in Europe, with the exception of the nonbank real estate sector in Mexico.

But the region's devotees will have to do more than dodge bullets to craft a next generation of deals and foment both cross-border and local pools of investors that are a better match for the depth of Latin America's investment needs.

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