BlackRock takes control of Citibanamex’s asset-management unit

Armando Senra, head of the Latin America & Iberia region for BlackRock, termed the transaction "transformative for BlackRock and the asset management industry in Mexico and the region."

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BlackRock to acquire asset management business of Citibanamex

“BlackRock’s ambition is to become a full solutions provider in key markets around the world," BlackRock's Armando Senra said. "This transaction is a big step forward in that direction in Mexico."

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BlackRock bets on Colombian infrastructure with local fund launch

The locally domiciled fund aims to provide investors with attractive yields and long-dated investments linked to inflation.

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BlackRock reinforces Latam management team

Andrés De Goyeneche was named regional director for Chile, Peru and Uruguay, while Mauricio Perez Lavin was tapped to lead the product division for institutional clients in Chile.

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BlackRock in deal to buy Mexican infrastructure-investment firm

“Adding the Infraestructura Institucional team will enhance BlackRock’s ability to deliver previously untapped investment opportunities in Mexico to our local and international clients," said Jim Barry, global head of BlackRock's Infrastructure Investment Group.

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BlackRock taps Madrid sales boss to head up wealth distribution in Americas

Beginning in March 2015, Iván Pascual will be charged with managing BlackRock's global relationships with private banks, family offices, fund platforms, and wealth managers and his coverage will include the firm's active products as well as iShares.

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BlackRock: Latin Americans recognize demands of retirement, but have set aside very little

“The survey clearly shows that Latin Americans are strongly motivated to be successful savers and investors, yet have fallen behind in some key planning areas, especially retirement,” said Armando Senra, head of BlackRock's Latin America and Iberia region.

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