IDB Invest supports debt capital solutions to finance initiatives with a positive development impact across a variety of segments such as corporates, financial intermediaries, and infrastructure and energy.
The capital markets allows issuers to diversify funding sources beyond standard bank lending, allowing them to achieve longer tenors in different currencies, and to obtain greater visibility in the market.
• Access to local and international capital markets
• Flexible financing options
• Customized financial solutions
• Mobilizing additional investors
• Structuring of longer-term debt
• Access new funding sources
• Promoting new asset classes
• Developmental impact
• Regional expertise and knowledge
• Advisory services
• Greater transparency and disciplined execution
IDB Invest contributes to the development of local debt capital markets while supporting private sector expansion and increasing countries’ resilience to adverse external shocks.
Developed Local DCM support private sector expansion and increase countries’ resilience to adverse external shocks.
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Carole Sanz-Paris leads the debt capital markets team at IDB Invest. She is a specialist in fixed income, structured finance transaction execution, sale-side research, and credit analysis.
She defines herself as passionate about investing with social impact. Carole has more than 20 years of experience in global capital markets; she has been responsible for the structuring, execution and placement of many complex financial structures, including securitizations.
She has published extensively on the relative value of fixed income products and credit analysis, having developed her interest in social responsibility and impact investing while earning her Executive MBA from Oxford University.