Brazilian Mutual Fund Managers Industry Statistics – October 2018

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, mutual fund industry asset growth by managers. Data as of October 31, 2018.

Companies mentioned in this report: Banco do Brasil, Itaú Unibanco, Bradesco, Caixa Econômica Federal, Santander Brasil, BTG Pactual, Credit Suisse, J Safra Asset Mgt., Votorantim, Legg Mason, BNY Mellon Asset Mgt., Funcef, JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, Fundacao Cesp, Citigroup, Vinci Partners, Opportunity, Sul America Investimentos, Intrag, BRL Trust, Quantitas, Real Grandeza, Morgan Stanley, BW, GPS - CFO, JGP, Icatu, SPX, Gávea, Fundacao Sistel, Porto Seguro, Pátria, Pessoas fisicas Fundacao, Integral Investimentos, GAP Prudential, Banrisul, Plural Capital, Vale do Rio Doce Fundacao, Fapes Fundacao, Mapfre, Riviera, Oliveira Trust, Alfa, Brasilprev Seguros, Pragma, BNB, Dynamo, Kinea, and others.

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Brazilian Mutual Fund Manager Net New Investments (NNI) Report – October 2018

Excel workbook detailing net new investments (NNI) of all locally registered Brazilian mutual managers. Includes monthly NNI data, 30-day % change, month-end assets and market share by managers. Data as of October 31, 2018.

Companies mentioned in this report: Banco do Brasil, Itaú Unibanco, Bradesco, Caixa Econômica Federal, Santander Brasil, BTG Pactual, Credit Suisse, J Safra Asset Mgt., Votorantim, Legg Mason, BNY Mellon Asset Mgt., Funcef, JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, Fundacao Cesp, Citigroup, Vinci Partners, Opportunity, Sul America Investimentos, Intrag, BRL Trust, Quantitas, Real Grandeza, Morgan Stanley, BW, GPS - CFO, JGP, Icatu, SPX, Gávea, Fundacao Sistel, Porto Seguro, Pátria, Pessoas fisicas Fundacao, Integral Investimentos, GAP Prudential, Banrisul, Plural Capital, Vale do Rio Doce Fundacao, Fapes Fundacao, Mapfre, Riviera, Oliveira Trust, Alfa, Brasilprev Seguros, Pragma, BNB, Dynamo, Kinea, and others.

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Bolsonaro selection boosted local fund AUMs in October

Brazilian funds ended October with net inflows of BRL 6.4 billion, bringing the year-to-date amount to BRL 76.6 billion, albeit still below the BRL 251.3 billion raised in the same period of 2017.

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BTG Pactual nails down high-profile distribution deals

The firm’s third party distribution team, headed by Ignacio Pedrosa, recently annouced trio of deals, with T. Rowe Price, Mobius Capital and Solar Capital Partners.

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Brazilian fund industry shows resilience despite investor uncertainty

In September, the fund industry posted net inflows of BRL 7.2 billion (USD 2 billion), accumulating inflows of BRL 24.9 billion and BRL 71.1 billion in the quarter and year to date, respectively.

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Brazilian government fixed-income ETF to be launched by Itaú

“We believe that this product has a competitive price and can be accessed by individual and institutional investors,” said Itau's Marcelo Fatio. An IPO of at least BRL 300 million is expected in mid-2019.

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Brazilian Mutual Fund Managers Industry Statistics – September 2018

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, mutual fund industry asset growth by managers. Data as of September 30, 2018.

Companies mentioned in this report: Banco do Brasil, Itaú Unibanco, Bradesco, Caixa Econômica Federal, Santander Brasil, BTG Pactual, Credit Suisse, J Safra Asset Mgt., Votorantim, Legg Mason, BNY Mellon Asset Mgt., Funcef, JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, Fundacao Cesp, Citigroup, Vinci Partners, Opportunity, Sul America Investimentos, Intrag, BRL Trust, Quantitas, Real Grandeza, Morgan Stanley, BW, GPS - CFO, JGP, Icatu, SPX, Gávea, Fundacao Sistel, Porto Seguro, Pátria, Pessoas fisicas Fundacao, Integral Investimentos, GAP Prudential, Banrisul, Plural Capital, Vale do Rio Doce Fundacao, Fapes Fundacao, Mapfre, Riviera, Oliveira Trust, Alfa, Brasilprev Seguros, Pragma, BNB, Dynamo, Kinea, and others.

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Brazilian Mutual Fund Manager Net New Investments (NNI) Report – September 2018

Excel workbook detailing net new investments (NNI) of all locally registered Brazilian mutual managers. Includes monthly NNI data, 30-day % change, month-end assets and market share by managers. Data as of September 30, 2018.

Companies mentioned in this report: Banco do Brasil, Itaú Unibanco, Bradesco, Caixa Econômica Federal, Santander Brasil, BTG Pactual, Credit Suisse, J Safra Asset Mgt., Votorantim, Legg Mason, BNY Mellon Asset Mgt., Funcef, JP Morgan, BNP Paribas, Fundacao Cesp, Citigroup, Vinci Partners, Opportunity, Sul America Investimentos, Intrag, BRL Trust, Quantitas, Real Grandeza, Morgan Stanley, BW, GPS - CFO, JGP, Icatu, SPX, Gávea, Fundacao Sistel, Porto Seguro, Pátria, Pessoas fisicas Fundacao, Integral Investimentos, GAP Prudential, Banrisul, Plural Capital, Vale do Rio Doce Fundacao, Fapes Fundacao, Mapfre, Riviera, Oliveira Trust, Alfa, Brasilprev Seguros, Pragma, BNB, Dynamo, Kinea, and others.

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Brazilians shrug off market volatility, boost fund investments

Despite market turbulence, the Brazilian investment fund industry ended the month with net inflows of BRL 12.7 billion (USD 3.1 billion), with year-to-date inflows coming in at BRL 61 billion.

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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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