Structured finance players in Latin America pushed through 2011 with few scars, especially given the turmoil pounding European markets.

This year should see sustained activity, provided the European crisis does not intensify and send everyone fleeing from all but the most ironclad investments. In terms of volumes, structured finance in Latin America tends to do best in a Goldilocks scenario of volatility. This holds particularly true for cross-border deals.

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