CCR Monthly Approval Report – May 2019

JP Morgan led with eight ETFs registered in the month, while Lyxor (4), M&G (2), Amundi (1), Comgest (1), HSBC (1) and Angelo Gordon (1) won approval for their products.

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SSGA adds 31 SPDR UCITS to Mexican product lineup

"Our Mexican-listed range now spans over 100 funds across broad and targeted fixed-income and equity exposures,” said SSGA's Heinz Volquarts.

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Brazilian mutual funds suffered BRL 20 billion in outflows in April

As investors fretted with the weak economic recovery, the main redemptions were driven by the Fixed Income class, with net outflows of BRL 8.9 billion.

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Vontobel Wealth Management adds staff to target wealthy clients in Mexico and Brazil

Vontobel is seeking to hire bankers with Mexican client books for its Zurich office by year-end, according to published reports. But it has not ruled out opening a rep office in Mexico.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – April 2019

iShares led with 11 ETFs registered in the month, while M&G followed with five mutual funds. Invesco, Nordea,Baillie Gifford, and Vontobel, joined the list along with four alternatives products.

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Brazilian mutual funds faltered in March, raising a scant USD 500 million

The industry reeled in only BRL 2.2 billion in new money in March, a month marked by political uncertainty over pension reform, and doubts about the pace of global economic growth.

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WisdomTree cross-lists five UCITS ETFs in Peru

WisdomTree's Jonathan Steinberg said the UCITS give investors in Peru the option of accessing and investing in WisdomTree’s existing strategies in a new structure and region.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – March 2019

iShares led with ten ETFs registered, while Franklin Templeton, AllianceBernstein and Baillie Gifford won approval for their mutual fund products. The CCR also approved five alternatives products from BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, Oak Hill, Portfolio Advisors, and Tikehau Capital.

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BlackRock names CEO for Brazil amid Americas shakeup

Massaru Takahashi, a former Banco do Brazil asset management CEO, has worked as a senior management consultant for BlackRock since 2016.

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Brazilian fund flows rebounded in February

After a slow start to the year, the Brazilian investment fund industry ended February with net inflows of BRL 24.8 billion (USD 6.5 billion), up 57.7% compared with January.

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