Vision to create two funds in partnership with Altment

Vision's Arturo Alegria expressed his enthusiasm for the new funds, which will be offered across institutional sectors, including family offices.

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Real-estate manager Asset AGF targets USD 500 million AUM via residential rental fund

This pioneer in the residential rental market, led by Felipe Swett, now finds itself in competition with other firms, such as Ameris, BTG Pactual, Credicorp Capital and Compass Group.

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HMC to boost its profile in the real-estate sector

In alliance with leading real-estate companies, the firm plans the first-half launch of a novel mezzanine-type fund in Chile.

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BCI Asset Management brings Lennar into its alternatives offering

Lennar, a real-estate developer in the US, is Bci's fourth global partner, alongside First Trust, Adams Street Partners and WellsFargo, said Bci's Sebastián Rodas.

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New real-estate fund regs permit hiring of third-party managers

Marcela Arias of the Colombian mutual fund association, Asofiduciarias, is optimistic about a boom in REIT activity beginning as early as the second half of 2018.

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Second TC Latin America real-estate fund raises USD 268 million

TCLAREF II will opportunistically invest in the development of residential, commercial and industrial real estate projects in Peru, Colombia and Mexico, says Gregorio Schneider of TC Latin America Partners.

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Market experts predict shift to alternative funds as traditional yields shrink

Pressure on AFPs to deliver decent-sized pensions will lead to greater investment in this category, especially considering the narrow yields of regional fixed-income and the volatility of global equity markets.

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Peru’s AFPs can now invest up to 20% in alternatives

AFPs can now invest up to 15% of their type 2 moderate portfolios and 20% of their type 3 aggressive portfolios in alternatives, without weighing against the overall equity limit. The previous limit was a scant 3%, and was being fully utilized.

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