Jaime Munita leaves the asset management industry after 20 years

Since 2018, he has served as the CEO of AFP Capital, part of the Sura group.

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Bravo Commission 2.0 faces skepticism amidst controversy in pension reform debate

The pension reform remains stalled in the Senate Labor Committee amid intense political negotiations.

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Congress approves pension reform

The legislation now goes to the president who could return it to Congress, although he is expected to sign it. The main issues for AFPs are new players, the productivity fee and the end of withdrawals.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – May 2024

BNP Paribas, Credicorp Capital, JP Morgan, Morgan Stanley, PIMCO, Theam Quant, Eurazeo and Kinderhook were the fund sponsors gaining approval for new products.

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Brazilian increased demand for international investment encourage asset managers

Diversifying internationally not only provides access to additional markets but can also help mitigate specific risks of the local market and potentially increase portfolio resilience. It grants significant long-term benefits to institutional investors, said Isabella Nunes, ...

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Jaime Munita leaves the asset management industry after 20 years

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Jun 201

Bravo Commission 2.0 faces skepticism amidst controversy in pension reform ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Jun 182

Congress approves pension reform

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Jun 113

CCR Monthly Approval Report – May 2024

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Jun 34

Brazilian increased demand for international investment encourage asset managers

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on May 165

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