Mexican regulators are upping the provision requirements for bank lending to states and municipalities, a move bound to stimulate demand for the services of rating agencies, structuring agents and law firms, according to sources.

"We're going to see more structures that look like deals done in the capital market; with the same covenants and legal protections," said Luis Videgaray, managing director of boutique shop Protego Asesores.

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