Latin investment is a consolidated and growing phenomenon worldwide, representing over 750 billion dollars. The pathways for channeling Latin American capital abroad are becoming more and more complex, and new types of foreign investor is emerging, like private capital funds, family offices and startups, in addition to traditional investors such as multi-Latin companies.
Spain is a key destination for the internationalization of Latin American firms and has become their main gateway to Europe. In fact, Latin America is already the fourth largest investor in Spain, with a FDI volume exceeding 40 billion euros. Latin American companies already operating in Spain include Hawaianas and Queiroz Galvao (Brazil), Grupo Alfa and Nexxus Capital (Mexico), Insud Pharma and Auravant (Argentina), Sudamericana de Vapores (Chile), Colombina (Colombia) and AJE Group (Peru).
Spain offers numerous advantages for Latin American firms, which go far beyond their historic cultural and linguistic ties.
They specifically find Spain to be an ideal destination to complement their operations in an environment with high macroeconomic and regulatory stability, access to the world's largest high-income market, and attractive resources that are more highly rated, but with more competitive costs than in the surrounding countries.
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