Latin American Pension Fund Investments in Cross-Border Securities – June 2020

Chart comparing levels of pension fund system investments in international mutual funds and other international securities. Data from Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru. Data broken out by instrument, Year-end totals from December 2015 through 2019, and as of June 30, 2020.

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League Table – Assets Gathered by Latin American Pension Fund Managers – June 2020

This league table provides a ranking of Latin American Pension Fund Managers, domiciled in Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Mexico, Panama, Peru and Uruguay by AUM. It also includes annual growth/loss and percentage change. Data as of June 30, 2020.

Companies mentioned in this report: Sura; Metlife; Principal; Habitat; Banorte; Grupo Aval; Banamex; Crecer; Profuturo GNP; BCP; Invercap; PensionISSSTE; Inbursa; Coppel; Banco República; Planvital; Skandia; BPDC; Modelo; Itaú Unibanco; Banco Popular; Banco Azteca; Banco Nacional; BCR; BHD; Bandes; Vida Plena; BanReservas; BAC; CCSS-OPC; Banco General; Global Bank; Quantia; Romana.

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Regional Pension Fund Managers Industry Statistics – June 2020

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, pension fund industry asset growth by managers. Data as of June 30, 2020.

Companies mentioned in this report: Provida; Habitat; Capital; Cuprum; Planvital; Modelo; Porvenir; Protección; Colfondos; Skandia; XXI Banorte; CitiBanamex; Sura; Profuturo GNP; Principal; Invercap; Inbursa; PensionISSSTE; Coppel; Metlife; Azteca; Bancomer; HSBC; Scotia; Integra; Prima; Profuturo; Habitat; Profuturo; Progreso; BPDC; BN; BCR; BAC; VIDA PLENA; CCSS; Popular; Crecer; BHD; Global Bank; Quantia; Romana; Republica; Sura; Itaú Unibanco; Bandes.

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Regional Mutual Fund Managers Industry Statistics – June 2020

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, mutual fund industry asset growth by managers. Data as of June 30, 2020.

Companies mentioned in this report: Pellegrini; Galicia Adm. De Fondo; Schroders; Banco do Brasil; Itaú Unibanco; Bradesco; Banchile; Santander; BCI; BBVA Bancomer; Banamex; Credicorp Capital; BBVA Fondos; Scotia Perú; Interfondo; Bancolombia; Bogotá and others.

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Picton takes over institutional distribution duties for Federated Hermes

Picton will focus on positioning Federated Hermes’ investment capabilities and services in the Latin American pension sector and with other institutions.

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Jupiter expands Latin America and US offshore distribution team

Jupiter's William Lopez has put together a distribution team that relies on three external firms in addition to in-house professionals.

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BlackRock sees AFPs increasing their use of fixed-income ETFs

Fixed-income ETF trading volume spiked by a factor of four or five during the onset of the pandemic, said Benjamín Souza, director and fixed income strategist for Latin America at BlackRock.

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SURA launches Lux Sicav to capture global clientele

"The vehicle launch places SURA on the same footing as the more important global asset management firms, while reinforcing our value proposition," stated Ignacio Calle, CEO of SURA Asset Management.

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Latin American Pension Fund Investments in Cross-Border Securities – May 2020

Chart comparing levels of pension fund system investments in international mutual funds and other international securities. Data from Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Mexico and Peru. Data broken out by instrument, Year-end totals from December 2015 through 2019, and as of May 31, 2020.

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Natixis survey finds surprising optimism among financial advisors

Despite optimism for their book of business, most (84%) advisors admit business development is a challenge. In a typical week, they dedicate just 9% of their time to prospecting new clients.

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