Three firms share USD 700 million US Equity mandate from XXI Banorte

Under the guidance of Sergio Mendez, Afore XXI Banorte funded US equity mandates with three managers, totaling USD 700 million, bringing its funded mandate total to USD 2.8 billion, spread across Europe, Asia and now the ...

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BICE Inversiones tapped to subadvise cross-border fund

The fund will invest in investment-grade Latin American fixed-income securities and be marketed through various global mutual fund platforms, but under the name (or brand) of a European bank, said t BICE's Enrique Santibáñez.

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Colombian AFPs added USD 3 billion to cross-border funds and ETFs through July 2017

Total AUMs abroad stood at USD 17.8 billion in July, up from USD 17.1 billion in June, their highest level for at least two years and a half.  They compare with USD 14.5 billion at the ...

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BB DTVM resets global feeder offering as drop in local yields looms

BB DTVM's Carlos André told Fund Pro Latin America it is readying two products, one of them a feeder fund investing in a cross-border Banco do Brasil multi-manager fund allocating to various global brands, and ...

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Capital repatriation sparks growth in Mexican fund business

Repatriation of some MXP 100 billion, driven by the government decree that offers tax incentives on return of undeclared capital, has benefited mutual fund operators, says Principal's Luis Lozano.

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Three firms share USD 700 million US Equity mandate from ...

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BICE Inversiones tapped to subadvise cross-border fund

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Colombian AFPs added USD 3 billion to cross-border funds and ...

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BB DTVM resets global feeder offering as drop in local ...

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Capital repatriation sparks growth in Mexican fund business

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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 report, published on May 8, 2017, lists for USD 9,000. Fund Pro Latin America licensees receive important discounts off of list pricing.

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