CCR Monthly Approval Report – April 2019

iShares led with 11 ETFs registered in the month, while M&G followed with five mutual funds. Invesco, Nordea,Baillie Gifford, and Vontobel, joined the list along with four alternatives products.

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Life insurers in legal battle to prevent client profits from being taxed

The Court of Appeals is analyzing the case. A decision against insurers could discourage people from using life insurance vehicles for savings, and push more clients to mutual funds.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – March 2019

iShares led with ten ETFs registered, while Franklin Templeton, AllianceBernstein and Baillie Gifford won approval for their mutual fund products. The CCR also approved five alternatives products from BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, Oak Hill, Portfolio Advisors, and Tikehau Capital.

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AFPs are third in line for independent-worker contributions

The staggered implementation, progressivity and varied purposing of independent workers’ contributions will cut into the planned inflows of AFP pension managers, notes AFP Association president Andrés Santa Cruz.

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – February 2019

A total of 14 products were added in the month from 10 different asset managers: Investec, Man, Sycomore, Sinergy, Ardian, CVC, Oak, PGIM, and Global Infrastructure Partners.

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Finally! Mexican Afores can now invest in active mutual funds

Long-awaited rules published by the Consar risk committee showed a bias to large managers (USD 50 billion minimum AUM) and stringent fee caps on active funds (65 bps maximum for equity funds).

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CCR Monthly Approval Report – January 2019

Jupiter, Invesco, Pictet, Franklin Templeton (ETF), L&G (ETF), Bain (Alternative) and StepStone (Alternative) were the managers registering products in January 2019.

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Afores inch closer to investment in mutual funds

President of pension regulator Consar, Abraham Vela Dib, told Fund Pro Latin America that its risk committee has approved rules for Afore investment in mutual funds, with publication in the government's Official Gazette imminent.

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Peruvians can use service sector to make voluntary AFP contributions

Giovanna Prialé, president of the AFP Association, noted that total voluntary AFP contributions had increased from USD 120 million in 2015 to USD 570 million in November 2018.

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Afore association appoints ex-CNBV president as new head

Bernardo González Rosas arrives at Amafore after being president of the National Banking and Securities Commission for most of 2018. He replaces Carlos Noriega Curtis.

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