MFS looks to reinforce its Latin American sales team

Miami-based L. José Corena, managing director-Americas, will continue to oversee of sales and administrative matters in the region as MFS looks to fortify its Latin American sales effort.

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Principal Afore again delays rollout of first global mandate

Afore Principal CEO, Mariano Ugarte, said the manager would implement its first international mandate in 2018, once "the markets have calmed down," referring to the high level of volatility for the Mexican Peso since the election ...

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HMC adds Aegon-owned Kames Capital to brand lineup

Ricardo Morales, a partner at HMC Capital, believes Kames brings a unique investment outlook to the Chilean market, as well as to HMC, which already reps for Matthews Asia, Neuberger Berman, Man and Bradesco.

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AllianceBernstein sets up in Chile, and keeps partnership with Vision Advisors

Ignacio Fuenzalida, who was heading MFS Investment's efforts in the Andean region, was hired to run AB's newest Latin American office. Alliance will continue using Vision Advisors as a rep firm in a more targeted effort.

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Piñera's pension proposal likely to encourage cross-border investment

The candidate's campaign released a proposal that would boost employer contributions by 4%, all of it channeled to AFPs, as opposed to the current government's plan to use a government-supervised fund outside the purview of the ...

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MFS looks to reinforce its Latin American sales team

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Aug 151

Principal Afore again delays rollout of first global mandate

Posted by Georgina Navarrete on Aug 142

HMC adds Aegon-owned Kames Capital to brand lineup

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Aug 153

AllianceBernstein sets up in Chile, and keeps partnership with Vision ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Aug 154

Piñera's pension proposal likely to encourage cross-border investment

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Aug 145

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 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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