Allfunds sees opportunity in pension and wealth markets across Latam

Laura González, newly-named head of Allfunds' business in Iberia and Latin America, sees great opportunity in Mexico and Brazil and in onshore wealth management in general.

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Brazilian pensions less likely to invest abroad despite new resolution facilitating use of local feeders

A new rule intended to make it easier for Brazilian pensions to allocate to feeder funds investing in cross-border funds is so confusing that it may have the effect of causing redemptions from these products, at ...

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Alternatives registration already underway in Chile

Managers that already have investments via feeder funds can submit their approval directly, while new firms will have to gain sponsorship from an AFP.

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LEADERS-Wisdomtree-steinberg-011017Jonathan Steinberg, Wisdom Tree

WisdomTree boosts ETF range in Mexico

"We continue to see increased interest in ETFs, given the structural benefits and convenient exposure to important asset classes," said CEO Jonathan Steinberg.

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Natixis: Institutional investors embrace active managers amid fears of bubble, increased volatility

“Investors are facing unprecedented challenges as central banks unwind the easy money policies that have dominated the markets since the financial crisis and prepare for the first challenging bond market in more than a generation,” said ...

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Allfunds sees opportunity in pension and wealth markets across Latam

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Dec 131

Brazilian pensions less likely to invest abroad despite new resolution ...

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Dec 132

Alternatives registration already underway in Chile

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Dec 133
LEADERS-Wisdomtree-steinberg-011017Jonathan Steinberg, Wisdom Tree

WisdomTree boosts ETF range in Mexico

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Dec 144

Natixis: Institutional investors embrace active managers amid fears of bubble, ...

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Dec 135

Research Spotlight

Now Available: Cross-Border Asset Management in Latin America 2017

The new report by Latin Asset Management, sister firm to Fund Pro Latin America, draws heavily on more than 50 face-to-face interviews conducted in the second half of 2016 with regional representatives of global asset managers, i.e. those based in US Offshore financial centers, as well as Latin American capitals. Commenting on the new effort, Thomas V. Ciampi, director of Latin Asset Management, said the report aims to give global asset managers, especially active fund managers and ETF providers, a comprehensive understanding of the Latin American business opportunity both presently and over the long term. The USD 9,000 eport, published on June 1, 2017, is available for USD 5,000 through December 31, 2017.

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