Chilean Senate to begin reviewing pension reform in March

The text passed by the Chamber of Deputies will go through a debate stage, which is expected to be tough and complex, and may not be voted on until the last half of the year.

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Peru, Colombia and Chile raise basic pensions

The 2023 inflation adjustment measures have been presented in the framework of the debate on the reforms to the private pension system.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – January 2024

Three mutual funds, one ETF and one alternative product gained CCR approval to kick off 2024. Sponsors gaining approval were UBS, Invesco and TrueBridge Capital Partners.

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AFPs likely to begin to receive an injection of flows from pension debts next year

The Superintendency of Banking, Insurance and AFPs (SBS) created a mechanism for regularizing debts which would transfer around USD 1.2 billion into the Private Pension System over the next 10 years.

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Industry associations prepare arguments for repositioning of pension debate

The main concern is the fiscal cost and the impact on the financial market.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – December 2023

Barings, Gemcap, BNP Paribas, UBS andGlobal Infrastructure Partners were the fund sponsors gaining approval for new product

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – November 2023

A total of 14 products were added in the month from the following asset managers: Vanguar, New Capital, Invesco, UTI Goldfinch, TowerBrook Capital Partners and Strategic Partners. 

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Peruvian government proposes pension system reform

Prohibition of new withdrawals and entry of new players into pension fund management are some of the innovations.

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Constitutional Council secures the continuity of the AFP system

The Plenary vote reflects the views of the right-wing sectors that dominate the body.

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AFP profits don’t seem to concern pension participants

According to a survey, 60% of workers still prefer to join the private pension system over the public system.

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