Skandia identifies growing interest in investing outside Colombia

In the wake of the uncertainty created by the pension reform debate, some wealth investors have opted to expand their positions in international equity.

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BBVA opens an investment advisory office in Miami to serve high net worth Latin American clients

BBVA Global Wealth Advisors joins the international wealth management service that BBVA already offers in Switzerland and Spain.

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BanBif: retail wealth that left Peru could remain abroad

"At the individual level alone, savings of around USD 8 billion have left Peru,” Roberto Montero, manager of BanBif's wealth banking division, told Fund Pro Latin America.

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Citi signs sale agreement with Insigneo

Upon completion of the announced sale, Citi would be absent from the Latam offshore market, while maintaining an important presence in Miami.

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Chilean platform Sherpa Wealth exceeding growth plans, negotiating with additional managers

Two years after its creation, the firm already has 80 independent financial advisors as associates and has closed agreements with some 20 local fund providers.

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Local advisors witness asset shift abroad amid Chilean unrest

Multi-family offices and the HNW segments of local banks have followed large family offices in moving wealth outside the country, advisors told Fund Pro Latin America.

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Portfolios of Mexico-based family offices are surprisingly diversified

Young but ambitious, the 50+ family offices operating in Mexico are stocked with alternatives. Investments in general are divided 50-50 between local and international, says Amexcap's Jaime García.

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Renta4 to expand its offering of foreign funds and launch AGF

Renta4, a subsidiary of the Spanish bank of the same name, has begun to diversify its business model, adding fixed-income and high-net-worth services and a third-party fund platform to its equity-brokerage business.

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Vontobel Wealth Management adds staff to target wealthy clients in Mexico and Brazil

Vontobel is seeking to hire bankers with Mexican client books for its Zurich office by year-end, according to published reports. But it has not ruled out opening a rep office in Mexico.

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Ex-Principal Chile execs build USD 80 million book advising affluent clients

Value Advice's Rodrigo González says the firm targets affluent investors that are not receiving the level of service they deserve.

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