Colombian AFPs bet heavily on US equities in January

Equity instruments, mostly funds specializing in the US and emerging markets, attracted most allocations, with USD 577 million.

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Chilean AFPs showed strong bias for passive vehicles in January

ETFs received the largest portion of subscriptions, totaling USD 870 million, while redemptions were USD 834 million from active funds and USD 615 million from money-market funds.

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Not dead yet: Chilean Congress still pushing for fifth pension withdrawal

Seven withdrawal bills will begin to be processed in the next few days, some for 10% and others for 100%. The executive is urging patience.

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Itaú puts Goldman brand name on in-house feeder fund

The Goldman Sachs Global Millennials USD Selection Ações feeder fund will be available through Itaú’s fund of funds platform and is aimed at qualified local investors.

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Peru's economy ministry warns about further weakening AFP system

The Congress is still pining for an additional withdrawal that could be approved in the second quarter of 2022.

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Colombian AFPs bet heavily on US equities in January

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Mar 151

Chilean AFPs showed strong bias for passive vehicles in January

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Mar 152

Not dead yet: Chilean Congress still pushing for fifth pension ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Mar 283

Itaú puts Goldman brand name on in-house feeder fund

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Mar 304

Peru's economy ministry warns about further weakening AFP system

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Apr 15

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