Exclusive: Franklin Templeton ends Andean distribution partnership with Vision

Arturo Alegria said Vision maintains relationships with AllianceBernstein and Altment Capital, in addition to the alternatives boutiques Cheyne and Lansdowne.

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Global relationships power Banorte’s surge in international fund AUM

Banorte’s Alejandro Aguilar Ceballos spoke about the firm’s many subadvisory relationships with global managers, which have helped the firm respond to retail-investor demand for diversification.

Franklin Templeton rides wave of new-client growth in Mexico

FT's Hugo Petricioli said clients turned to mutual funds in 2020 in search of exchange-rate protection and higher returns via international equities.

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Franklin Templeton sees extended demand for fixed-income vehicles in Mexico

After a lengthy process, the firm received approval from regulators to launch a new debt product at a time of increased appetite for Mexican fixed income.

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Global managers avoid overhyping proposed pension reform in Brazil

Franklin Templeton Brazil's Marcus Vinicius Gonçalves told Fund Pro Latin America that while pension reform would be a boost for business, global firms would not reap any benefits for some years.

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Client demand prompts Franklin to launch ETFs in Mexico

Under the guidance of country manager Hugo Petricioli, Templeton is looking to complement its USD 800 million local-fund business with the launch of ETFs.

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Franklin preps ETFs for Mexican retail and institutional segments

Franklin is introducing a line of ETFs that includes passive and Smart Beta strategies. Demand for these instruments has been high, says Jennifer M. Johnson, president and COO.

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Local Argentine manager SBS contracts Franklin Templeton to subadvise its fixed-income funds

After nearly a quarter century with a presence in Buenos Aires, Franklin has finally decided to dip its toe into the local fund market.

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Franklin Templeton is latest firm to open Santiago office

The firm announced the appointment of ex-Legg Mason executive Gonzalo Ramírez Correa as vice president of sales.

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Franklin Templeton names representative in Chile for non-AFP clients

Gonzalo Ramírez, formerly with Legg Mason, will head the new office. The relationship with AFPs will stay in the hands of Vision Advisors.

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