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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Natixis’s proprietary distribution arm lands its first AFP investment in Colombia

Natixis's José Luis León Dugand, country head Colombia, Panama and Peru, said the investment reflects a deepening of the confidence and knowledge of local institutional investors in the firm.

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Natixis Global AM begins Latin American rollout with new Mexico City office

The opening of the office in Mexico City is Natixis Global AM's first effort to be present in Latin America and build a regional business. It is part of an ambitious plan that will also see the opening of two new offices in 2015, in strategic Latin American cities, Fund Pro Latin America has learned.

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Natixis: Institutional investors favor equities in 2015 but worry about generating stable short-term returns

While institutional investors are optimistic about equities in 2015, their outlook is tempered by market risks beyond their control and unknown liability risks ahead, particularly those linked to increased longevity.

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Natixis Global names Schroder exec to top post at new Mexican office

Natixis named as its managing director for Mexico Mauricio Giordano, an executive that had up until August 2014 been working in the business analysis and implementation area at Schroders, a firm that has led the way in successfully securing global mandates from the Afores.

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