The twelfth iteration of this annual report highlights the growing sophistication of Latin America’s mutual and pension fund industries. Themes covered in the report include open architecture, use of subadvisory agreements and investment mandates, and increased reliance on crossborder managers. The report, which covers the six major asset management markets in Latin America (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, and Peru), is a valuable resource for global firms seeking a holistic view of institutional demand for cross-border solutions—both presently and in the next five years—based on projected flows and AUM, upcoming regulatory changes, and the evolving views of the region’s investment managers.
This report provides in-depth mutual and pension fund data, organized by manager, distribution channel, investment objective, and cross-border vehicle exposure, and includes a ranking of global firms’ penetration in the Latin American asset management space. Research and analysis is based on various mutual fund and pension fund data, including by manager, distribution channel, investment objective, and cross-border vehicle exposure. Qualitative insight is derived from interviews with executives currently involved in these markets.
Reasons To Purchase:
- Review local and regional regulations impacting distribution
- Understand product development opportunities by country
- Assess demand for cross-border products and benchmark strategies
- Develop a market entry strategy for this region and specific countries