MIAMI - At last week's sixth annual Securitization in Latin America Summit held by Euromoney and Latin Finance, a much-discussed theme was the rising participation of foreign investors in the Mexican market. In this, and other countries in the region, arrangers and originators are approaching local currency deals with an eye to appeasing the tastes of both locals and foreigners.

"Deals will be increasingly structured so they can be sold simultaneously to local and cross-border investors," said Dan Vallimarescu, managing director at Santander Investment.

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