BlackRock presents its USD 160 billion alternatives platform to Latam market

During a visit in Santiago, Manuel Gutierrez-Mellado, alternative product strategist at BlackRock, noted that Latam institutionals have a global bias when investing in private capital and credit, and a local bias for infrastructure.

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Exposure to sustainable investment rises with affluence levels, says UBS

Among the ultra-rich, 40% invest sustainably, compared to 8% of investors with USD 1 million to USD 2 million of investable assets, noted Paula Polito, global client strategy officer, UBS Global Wealth Management.

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Menu of voluntary-retirement products likely to expand with derivatives ruling

Before the easing of rules by Chile's Financial Market Commission, fund managers (AGFs) had been unable to launch a retirement-share-class for any fund whose investment policy allowed the use of derivatives for speculative purposes.

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Mirae launches Brazil's first fixed-income ETF

According to Mirae’s director of investments in Brazil, Andre Pimentel, the idea is to offer a product with more liquidity, given the difficulty of operate fixed income ETF in secondary market.

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State Street Global Advisors cross-lists 29 additional ETFs in Mexico

“Having cross-listed the first SPDR ETFs on the BMV in 2006, the Mexican market has remained a strategic priority for over a decade," said Kathryn Sweeney, head of SPDR Americas institutional sales.

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BlackRock presents its USD 160 billion alternatives platform to Latam ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Oct 11

Exposure to sustainable investment rises with affluence levels, says UBS

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Oct 12

Menu of voluntary-retirement products likely to expand with derivatives ruling

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Oct 13

Mirae launches Brazil's first fixed-income ETF

Posted by Bruna Chieco on Oct 14

State Street Global Advisors cross-lists 29 additional ETFs in Mexico

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Oct 15

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