XP launches slew of global products in Brazilian retirement space

With international launches, XP has established footing in the market of retirement products purchased at the individual and company level, says partner Roberto Teixeira.

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Pension reform in Colombia could arrive in 2023 with focus on coverage

Just 1 in 4 older Colombians has the means to retire, and just 40% of active citizens make contributions, says consultant Andrés Felipe Izquierdo Aguiar.

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BanBif: retail wealth that left Peru could remain abroad

"At the individual level alone, savings of around USD 8 billion have left Peru,” Roberto Montero, manager of BanBif's wealth banking division, told Fund Pro Latin America.

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Latam Financial Services lands in Chile with funds from Virtus

The offshore-fund market operating from Uruguay is still growing, but we believe it is reaching a mature stage, says LFS's sales manager María José Fossemale.

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Excel Capital seeks closer ties with clients in Uruguay

"Our opening in Uruguay is simply related to the need to be face to face with advisors," says Excel's Cristián Reynal,

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XP launches slew of global products in Brazilian retirement space

Posted by Fund Pro Latin America on Nov 11

Pension reform in Colombia could arrive in 2023 with focus ...

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Aug 252

BanBif: retail wealth that left Peru could remain abroad

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Oct 133

Latam Financial Services lands in Chile with funds from Virtus

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Nov 34

Excel Capital seeks closer ties with clients in Uruguay

Posted by Isaias Wassermann on Nov 35

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