More than a million people read The Miami Herald every week. The newspaper has won 20 Pulitzer Prizes and is one of the most important and influential newspapers in the United States. Our investment reports also appear in El Nuevo Herald, the award-winning Spanish-language publication, and bring those readers fresh investment ideas on dynamic regions and industries.
Welcome to Miami
Miami is many things; a major international financial center, a prime tourist destination, a business capital, and a symbol of international success. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the US with ever-increasing numbers of educated young entrepreneurs arriving from Europe and making the city more than ever a hub for business innovation and international commerce.
An international Finance Hub
Downtown Miami is home to the second largest concentration of international banks in the United States. In total, there are some 64 international banking offices in the state of Florida that manage $26 billion worth of international bank assets and finances $54 billion worth of trade.
Financial decisions taken in Miami have repercussions around the world.
A Gateway between the US and Latin America
Miami is undoubtedly one of the few genuinely cosmopolitan cities in the world with a diverse demographic made up of citizens from all over the globe. Nicknamed the "Capital of Latin America" it is the largest U.S. city with a Spanish-speaking majority. The city acts like a gateway to Latin America, a sort of a Hong Kong of the Americas, infusing business savvy and capital with an extraordinarily large market to the south.
Our reports bring fresh and exciting investment information to this dynamic, important and influential audience.