Banchile looks for new managers and does not rule out regional distribution

Cristian Schulin-Zeuthen, institutional distribution manager of Banchile Inversiones AGF, said Manulife and Stone Harbour are merely the first two of several new brands that will be brought on in the first half of 2017.

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Andbank considers expansion into Argentina

Private-banking services for Argentines have largely been relegated to Uruguay since the early 2000s, when Argentina defaulted on its debt and the banking system collapsed.

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Merger consolidates two broker-dealer networks with deep ties to Latin America

Pending regulatory approval, Northeast Securities' international business operation will merge with Global Investor Services, creating a network with more than USD 8 billion in customer assets.

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Colombian AFPs retreated from emerging markets and Europe in November

Significant redemptions from Porvenir and Colfondos led to some disappointing results for global providers in November, especially iShares, Pictet and State Street.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – January 2017

A total of 16 products were added in January to the list of approved instruments to receive investments from Chilean Pension Managers (AFPs). UBAM, Allianz, BNP Paribas, Vanguard, Man, and Edmond de Rothschild were among the ...

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Banchile looks for new managers and does not rule out ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Feb 71

Andbank considers expansion into Argentina

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Feb 72

Merger consolidates two broker-dealer networks with deep ties to Latin ...

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Feb 73

Colombian AFPs retreated from emerging markets and Europe in November

Posted by Renzo Pipoli on Feb 74

CCR Monthly Approval Report – January 2017

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Feb 75

Research Spotlight

Coming soon: 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 lists for USD 9,000 and will be available on March 31, 2017. Fund Pro Latin America licensees receive important discounts off of list pricing.

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