Chilean AFPs flee Asian equity funds amid trade tensions

The AFPs finished May with USD 78.5 billion invested in cross-border funds and ETFs, 69.7% of which was in equities.

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Chilean AFPs targeted emerging-markets bonds, Asian and Latam equities in April

Chilean AFPs added USD 554 million to cross-border funds and ETFs in April, taking in more emerging-market bonds and Latin American equity as they continued to seek yield amid high valuations.

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Pre-Trump, Colombian AFPs embraced emerging markets and North America while turning away from Europe

At the close of October, Colombian AFPs had boosted their exposure to emerging markets to nearly USD 4 billion, an 18-month high. Overall allocations abroad reached USD 14.9 billion, an 11-month high.

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LarrainVial installs UBAM as subadvisor for European fund, replacing EDM

Larrain said it made the switch after reviewing several managers, and found that "UBAM was the firm that best fit our investment philosophy, with processes and standards at the maximum level in the European fund industry."

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – June 2016

Axa led with seven mutual funds registered in the month, all of them bond products, followed by Ashmore, Henderson and Natixis, each with one fund approved.

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Chilean AFPs bolt from global equity May

AFPs cut their positions in May from over two dozen Asia-oriented funds and ETFs, while also trimming their exposure to Japanese, North American and European equity, leading to a net redemption of USD 1.9 billion in the fifth straight month of equity outflows.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – May 2016

The Chilean regulator delisted 34 funds for falling short of the required minimum of USD 100 million in assets under management, while added six mutual funds and six ETFs to the list of approved instruments eligible to receive allocations.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – April 2016

BNP Paribas led with three mutual funds - three of them Europe Equity products - registered in the month, while New Capital, a fund family belonging to EFG AM, followed with two mutual funds.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – March 2016

While iShares led with five ETFs registered in the month, four of them currency hedged products, Edmond de Rothschild (3), Legg Mason (2), Credit Suisse (2), Investec (1), Julius Baer (1) and Lazard (1) won approval for their mutual funds.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – February 2016

Five funds were added, while 17 were delisted. Edmond de Rothschild led with three mutual funds listed, all of them equity products, followed by BlackRock and NN IP, each with one new fund approved.

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