UBS partners with INVERLINK for investment banking services in Colombia

Maria Nikolova

The partnership is set to deepen UBS’s competitive advantage in Latin America and bolster the firm’s coverage footprint in the region.

UBS Securities LLC and INVERLINK have signed a collaboration agreement on the provision of investment banking services in Colombia and on select transactions in Central America and the Caribbean, in accordance with applicable regulatory requirements.

The partnership will combine UBS’s global platform and pan-Latin America expertise with INVERLINK’s local presence and long history in the Colombian market.

Working together, UBS and INVERLINK will be positioned to become a major provider of investment banking services in Colombia, with one of the most substantial in-country investment banking teams in the industry. The partnership will also deepen UBS’s competitive advantage in Latin America and enhances the firm’s coverage footprint in the region.

“With over 35 years of experience and strong relationships in the region, INVERLINK will help us unlock access to markets where we see significant growth opportunities,” said Ros L’Esperance, UBS Co-Head of Global Banking. “This partnership, together with our strategic partnership with Banco do Brasil, broadens our coverage footprint in Latin America, deepens our competitive advantage in the region and will create additional opportunities for our current and prospective clients.”

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