Amundi debuts in Mexican ETF market with its “green” vision

The European giant will debut a low-carbon and a floating-rate ETF in dollars which, like Amundi's active strategies, focus on obtaining good returns for clients, while generating positive impacts on climate, social responsibility and good governance.

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Fee concerns threaten to derail Afores’ chance to invest in mutual funds

Despite delays things are moving ahead at a steady pace and both the Amafore and the Consar have been working nonstop to achieve clear rules that allow Afores to invest in mutual funds, says Amundi Pioneer's Gustavo Lozano. A consequential meeting this week should provide additional clues.

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With holy grail in reach, cross-border managers urge respect for process in Mexico

While preaching patience, Natixis's Mauricio Giordano told Fund Pro Latin America that Afores could potentially make their first cross-border-fund investments in the second half of 2018.

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Pioneer exec sees little upside in latest Mexican repatriation decree

While lauding the goals of incentives to repatriate overseas assets, Pioneer's Gustavo Lozano told Fund Pro Latin America that Mexico's current problems complicate the likelihood of a strong response from wealthy investors.

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Pioneer snatches USD 150 million Asian mandate from XXI Banorte

The efforts of Pioneer's Gustavo Lozano in Mexico have helped land Pioneer two mandates (already funded) with Afore Banamex (European and Asian equity) and a third (not yet funded) with Afore Sura (global equity).

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Consar greenlights funding of USD 400 million Banamex mandate with Pioneer

The president of the Consar, Carlos Ramírez Fuentes (photo), told Fund Pro Latin America that the agency believes mandates are quite important vehicles at the disposal of Afores, but acknowledged that the approval processes need to be sped up.

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