Holdings Report: Chilean Investment Fund Allocations to Cross-Border Mutual Funds and ETFs- September 2019

Excel workbook detailing chilean investment fund allocations to global fund managers. Includes names of all funds as well as amounts invested in each. Also included is a breakdown of offshore allocations by asset class and regional investment focus. Data as of September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: Aberdeen, Amundi, Ashmore, Axa, BlackRock, BNP Paribas, BNY Mellon AM, BTG Pactual, Comgest, Credicorp Capital, Deutsche, Dimensional, EuroAmerica, First Trust, Franklin Templeton, GAM, Global X, Goldman Sachs, Groupama, HSBC, Investec, iShares, La Française, LarrainVial, Legg Mason, Lyxor, Matthews, MFS, Moneda, Natixis, NN IP, Nomura, Old Mutual, Pictet, PIMCO, PineBridge, Pioneer, PowerShares, ProShares, Robeco, Schroders, State Street, Threadneedle, United States Commodity Funds, Van Eck, Vanguard, WisdomTree, Compass, MBI, Falcom, Credicorp, Econsult, Banchile, Nevasa HMC, IM Trust, Sartor, Sensor

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Sinking interest rates boost allocations to riskier Brazilian fund classes

The Balanced-Mixed class drew USD 2.4 billion of new flows in the month, raising BRL 14 billion between January and September, the largest amount among fund classes.

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Mexican Mutual Fund Industry Net New Investments (NNI) Report – September 2019

Excel workbook detailing net new investments (NNI) of all locally registered Mexican mutual funds, asset managers and industry sectors. Also includes monthly and year to date NNI data by asset class, region, sector and manager by sector. Data as of September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: Compass; Sura IM; CI Fondos; Templeton; BNP Paribas; Mifel; Valores Afirme; Principal; Value; Finacces; Multivalores; Invex; Old Mutual; Intercam; Nafinsa; HSBC; Inbursa; Vector; Valmex; GBM; Monex; Actinver; Interacciones; Scotia; Banorte – Ixe; BBVA Bancomer; Santander; BlackRock; Azimut; BTG Pactual.

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Mexican Mutual Fund Industry Statistics – September 2019

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, mutual fund industry asset growth by sector and managers. Data as of September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: BLackRock; BBVA Bancomer; BTG Pactual; Santander; Banorte – Ixe; Inbursa; Actinver; Azmut; Scotia Inverlat; HSBC; GBM; Nafinsa; Interacciones; Sura; Valmex; Vector; Invex; Value; Principal; Monex; Compass; Intercam; Skandia; Finaccess; Mifel; Multivalores; Valores Afirme; CI Fondos; Franklin Templeton; Invercap.

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Chilean Mutual Fund Industry Statistics – September 2019

Excel workbook detailing, over various time periods, mutual fund industry asset growth by sector and managers. Data as of September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: Banchile; BancoEstado; Banco Internacional; BBVA; Bci; Bice; BTG Pactual; Credicorp; Compass; EuroAmerica; Itaú; LarrainVial; Principal; Satander; Scotia; Security; Sura; Zurich.

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Chilean Mutual Fund Industry Net New Investments (NNI) Report – September 2019

Excel workbook detailing net new investments (NNI) of all locally registered Chilean mutual funds, asset managers and industry sectors. Also includes monthly and year to date NNI data by asset class, region, sector and manager by sector. Data as of September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: Banchile; BancoEstado; Banco Internacional; BBVA; Bci; BGT Pactual; Celfin; Compass; CorpBanca; Cruz del Sur; EuroAmerica; Fintual; Itaú; LarrainVial; Nevasa HMC; Principal; Santander; Scotia; Security; Sura; Toesca; Vision Advisors; Zurich.

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League Table – Assets Gathered by Cross-Border Fund Managers – Latin American Institutional Market – September 2019

Includes assets gathered by cross-border fund managers in the following markets: Chilean pension funds (AFPs), mutual funds (AGFs), investment funds (FIR), life insurer (LI), Colombian pension funds (AFPs), Mexican pension funds (Afores) and mutual funds (OFIs) and Peruvian pension funds (AFPs). Period: Three months ending September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: Schroders; GAM; Pioneer; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Matthews; Invesco; PIMCO; Deutsche; Franklin Templeton; Investec; Vanguard; Robeco; Dimensional; Henderson; BNP Paribas; Fidelity; Aberdeen; Eastspring; Nomura; NN IP; Axa; Goldman Sachs; Morgan Stanley; Pictet; Vontobel; Ashmore; Allianz; TIAA-CREF; MFS; HSBC; 1832 AM; Wellington; BBH; AB; Aviva Investors; Threadneedle; BNY Mellon AM; Edmond de Rothschild; EDM; Neuberger Berman; Santander; Man; UBS; Amundi; Oaktree; AQR; Lyxor; Eurizon; Moneda; Tokio Marine; Principal; Security; Old Mutual; F&C.

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Holdings Report – Assets Gathered by Cross-Border Fund Managers – Latin American Institutional Market – September 2019

Excel workbook detailing assets gathered by cross-border fund managers in the following markets: Chilean pension funds (AFPs) and mutual funds (AGFs), investment funds (FIR), life insurer (LI), Colombian pension funds (AFPs), Mexican mutual funds and Peruvian pension funds (AFPs). Data as of September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: Schroders; GAM; Pioneer; BlackRock; JP Morgan; Matthews; Invesco; PIMCO; Deutsche; Franklin Templeton; Investec; Vanguard; Robeco; Dimensional; Henderson; BNP Paribas; Fidelity; Aberdeen; Eastspring; Nomura; NN IP; Axa; Goldman Sachs; Morgan Stanley; Pictet; Vontobel; Ashmore; Allianz; TIAA-CREF; MFS; HSBC; 1832 AM; Wellington; BBH; AB; Aviva Investors; Threadneedle; BNY Mellon AM; Edmond de Rothschild; EDM; Neuberger Berman; Santander; Man; UBS; Amundi; Oaktree; AQR; Lyxor; Eurizon; Moneda; Tokio Marine; Principal; Security; Old Mutual; F&C; Muzinich; Baring; Nordea;Exane; EuroAmerica; Wells Fargo; LarrainVial; PineBridge; Union Bancaire Privée; GBM; BBVA; Rogge; Legg Mason; Natixis; Credit Suisse; Groupama; Candriam; Russell; Comgest; La Française; Fisher Investments; First State; Merrill Lynch; Mirae; Oppenheim; AZ Multi Asset; RAM Active Inv.; Mandarine Gestion; Jupiter; M&G; Lombard Odier; Salomon Brothers;T. Rowe Price

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League Table – Assets Gathered by Cross-Border Fund Managers and ETFs Sponsors – Chilean Institutional Market – September 2019

Includes assets gathered by cross-border fund managers in the Chilean pension funds (AFPs), mutual funds (AGFs). Period: three months ending September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: GAM; JP Morgan; PIMCO; Schroders; Pioneer; Deutsche; Matthews; Robeco; Invesco; Investec; Vanguard; Franklin Templeton; Dimensional; Henderson; BlackRock; BNP Paribas; Eastspring; Fidelity; Axa; Aberdeen; NN IP; Nomura; TIAA-CREF; Ashmore; Goldman Sachs; Allianz; HSBC; Pictet; Morgan Stanley; Vontobel; AB; Aviva Investors; BNY Mellon AM; Forum One; Santander; Oaktree; AQR; Neuberger Berman; Eurizon; Moneda; Wellington; MFS; Security; Tokio Marine; F&C; Threadneedle; Baring; Nordea; Man; EuroAmerica; Wells Fargo; PineBridge; Muzinich; UBS; LarrainVial; Rogge; Amundi; Legg Mason; Natixis; Principal; Credit Suisse; Candriam; Russell; Old Mutual; Comgest; La Française; Fisher Investments; Groupama; First State; Merrill Lynch; Lyxor; Mirae; Oppenheim; AZ Multi Asset; RAM Active Inv.; Mandarine Gestion; Jupiter; M&G; Lombard Odier; T. Rowe Price; Traditional Funds; iShares; Vanguard; State Street; WisdomTree; Van Eck; First Trust; PowerShares; Deutsche; Direxion Shares; UBS; PIMCO; Guggenheim; Global X; United States Commodity Funds.

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Holdings Report – Assets Gathered by Cross-Border Fund Managers and ETF Sponsors – Chilean Institutional Market – September 2019

Excel workbook detailing Chilean AFP allocations to mutual fund managers and ETF sponsors. Data as of September 30, 2019.

Companies mentioned in this report: GAM; JP Morgan; PIMCO; Schroders; Pioneer; Deutsche; Matthews; Robeco; Invesco; Investec; Vanguard; Franklin Templeton; Dimensional; Henderson; BlackRock; BNP Paribas; Eastspring; Fidelity; Axa; Aberdeen; NN IP; Nomura; TIAA-CREF; Ashmore; Goldman Sachs; Allianz; HSBC; Pictet; Morgan Stanley; Vontobel; AB; Aviva Investors; BNY Mellon AM; Forum One; Santander; Oaktree; AQR; Neuberger Berman; Eurizon; Moneda; Wellington; MFS; Security; Tokio Marine; F&C; Threadneedle; Baring; Nordea; Man; EuroAmerica; Wells Fargo; PineBridge; Muzinich; UBS; LarrainVial; Rogge; Amundi; Legg Mason; Natixis; Principal; Credit Suisse; Candriam; Russell; Old Mutual; Comgest; La Française; Fisher Investments; Groupama; First State; Merrill Lynch; Lyxor; Mirae; Oppenheim; AZ Multi Asset; RAM Active Inv.; Mandarine Gestion; Jupiter; M&G; Lombard Odier; T. Rowe Price; Traditional Funds; iShares; Vanguard; State Street; WisdomTree; Van Eck; First Trust; PowerShares; Deutsche; Direxion Shares; UBS; PIMCO; Guggenheim; Global X; United States Commodity Funds.

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