Chilean AFPs dive into EM bonds, Asian and North American equities in February

The AFPs ended February with USD 82.1 billion invested in cross-border funds and ETFs, 69% of which was in equities.

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Colombian AFPs added to emerging markets, Asian equity in January

The AFPs finished January with USD 19 billion invested in cross-border funds and ETFs, almost entirely in equity funds. They increased their total equity exposure by USD 776 million during the month.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – March 2020

Hermes led with five mutual funds approved, followed by Barings and DWS with two products, and Invesco, Federated, EDM and JP Morgan with one mutual fund each. 

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Chilean retirement regime needs more creativity and flexibility, says mutual fund trade group

"We believe in giving priority to providing greater flexibility and incentives to generate more savings, AAFM general manager Mónica Cavallini told Fund Pro Latin America.

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DoubleLine signs with HMC for distribution in Chile and Peru

To initiate marketing activity in the region, both firms chose to highlight the Shiller Enhanced CAPE fund, registered with the Chilean Risk Rating Commission on October 24, 2019.

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Chilean AFPs dive into EM bonds, Asian and North American ...

Posted by Amy Guthrie on Apr 131

Colombian AFPs added to emerging markets, Asian equity in January

Posted by Amy Guthrie on Apr 232

CCR Monthly Approval Report – March 2020

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Apr 233

Chilean retirement regime needs more creativity and flexibility, says mutual ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Mar 304

DoubleLine signs with HMC for distribution in Chile and Peru

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Mar 255

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Latin Asset Management is pleased to announce the release of the 3Q 2019 edition of the Latin America Cross-Border Business Pulse, produced in collaboration with Broadridge Financial. This innovative report charts new waters by combining quantitative flow and AUM data from Broadridge and Latin Asset Management with expert views of senior investment-industry professionals who share their insights as part of the Latin America Cross-Border Fund Alliance. Members of the Alliance include Fidelity Investments, MFS Investments, Schroders, AllianceBernstein, Legg Mason, Investec and others.

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