Matthews Asia turns over Latin American institutional distribution to Picton

Matthews had previously been using HMC Capital as its Andean distributor, but moved to Picton after a thorough partner search.

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HSBC AM introduces novel global ETFs to Mexican market

HSBC's Olga de Tapia said the firm plans on hiring local talent and listing ESG fixed-income products as well as emerging Asia ETFs.

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Chilean law snuffs out market timer seen as nuisance by industry

A bill requiring that pension advisories register with regulators and hold an insurance policy led to the closure of local pariah Felices y Forrados.

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ESG funds in Mexico present an opportunity for international asset managers

Santander CEO Jesús Mendoza del Río wants to list a global equities version of Mexico's premier ESG fund, a local equity product which launched last summer.

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Election delay will increase pressure for third pension withdrawal

The legislative process has already begun and promoting this type of action will be very popular during the election campaign.

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Matthews Asia turns over Latin American institutional distribution to Picton

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on May 31

HSBC AM introduces novel global ETFs to Mexican market

Posted by Gabriela Huerta on Mar 252

Chilean law snuffs out market timer seen as nuisance by ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Apr 63

ESG funds in Mexico present an opportunity for international asset ...

Posted by Gabriela Huerta on May 34

Election delay will increase pressure for third pension withdrawal

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Apr 75

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