Brazilian fund industry raises BRL 23 billion in April and reaches 70% of 2020 balance

The fund industry raised BRL 23.3 billion (USD 4.3 billion) in April, bringing net year-to-date flows to BRL 124.1 billion (USD 20 billion), already accounting for 70% of the 2020's net gain.

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Brazilian equity and fixed-income funds drive flow growth in March

The Brazilian fund industry had capital inflows of USD 7 billion in the period.

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Brazilian mutual funds in February reversed poor 2021 kickoff

After a negative start in January, the industry grew by roughly USD 6 billion in the first two months of 2021.

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Brazilian fund industry off to slow start due to equity-product redemptions

The Equity class saw outflows of BRL 40.5 billion, driven by net redemptions concentrated in a few funds, but not reflecting a general trend in the category.

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Multimarket funds see record net inflows in 2020

Multimarket funds saw the largest net inflows in 2020, at BRL 97.6 billion, followed by equity funds with net inflows of BRL 69.4 billion.

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Investors pull USD 4 billion from Brazilian funds amid lackluster returns and yields

The November 2020 numbers disappointed but did not mar a decent year, during which local funds had raised USD 23 billion.

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Performance Report – Mexican Mutual Fund Investments in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – November 2020

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Mexican Mutual Funds. Companies mentioned in this report: BBVA; Van Eck; Santander; Aberdeen; Schroders; Guggenheim; MFS; Global X; Franklin Templeton; First Trust; Goldman Sachs; iShares; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Pioneer; WisdomTree; State Street; PowerShares; Vanguard; Man; Old Mutual; Robeco; Principal; Henderson;...

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Performance Report – Colombian Pension Fund Investment in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – November 2020

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Colombian pension funds. Data as of November 30, 2020.

Companies mentioned in this report: 1832 AM; Acadian; AllianceBernstein; Allianz; Amundi; BBH; BlackRock; BNP Paribas; DWS; Dimensional; Fidelity; Franklin Templeton; Groupama; Horizons; Invesco; Investec; iShares; Janus Henderson; JPMorgan; Legg Mason; Lyxor; Matthews; MFS; Morgan Stanley; Natixis; Neuberger Berman; Pictet; PIMCO; Robeco; Schroders; Standard Life Aberdeen; State Street; UBS; Vanguard; Vontobel; Wellington; WisdomTree.

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Performance Report – Chilean AFP Investments in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – November 2020

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Chilean AFP. Data as of November 30, 2020.

Companies mentioned in this report: Van Eck; EuroAmerica; Aberdeen; Invesco; Fidelity; Henderson; Franklin Templeton; GAM; JP Morgan; Matthews; Schroders; Baring; BNY Mellon AM; Vontobel; Allianz; Investec; Eastspring; UBS; DWS; Tokio Marine; BlackRock; Nordea; Ashmore; Wellington; iShares; F&C; Eurizon; Pictet; Candriam; HSBC; BNP Paribas; State Street; Threadneedle; Julius Baer; Robeco; Dimensional; Pioneer; Vanguard; Natixis; BlueBay; Goldman Sachs; Credit Suisse; AB; Morgan Stanley; Aviva Investors; Nomura; MFS; Security; Man; AQR; Axa; PIMCO; Oaktree; Neuberger Berman; NN IP; Rogge; Muzinich; TIAA-CREF; WisdomTree; Moneda.

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Performance Report – Mexican Mutual Fund Investments in Cross-Border Funds and ETFs – October 2020

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, returns of each international fund/ETF receiving investments from Mexican Mutual Funds. Companies mentioned in this report: BBVA; Van Eck; Santander; Aberdeen; Schroders; Guggenheim; MFS; Global X; Franklin Templeton; First Trust; Goldman Sachs; iShares; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Pioneer; WisdomTree; State Street; PowerShares; Vanguard; Man; Old Mutual; Robeco; Principal; Henderson;...

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