Chile is a world leader in copper production but a stable economic environment and fast growing consumer and manufacturing sector make offer additional opportunities for foreign investment, according to Mark Mobius, executive chairman, Templeton Emerging...
Ian Simmons, lead portfolio adviser on Charlemagne’s Magna Latin American fund, believes the pillars supporting returns from the region are still strong.
In the last of the LatAm report series, we turn to Colombia, the fourth largest LatAm market in terms of assets under management.
The spotlight is on Chile in the latest of InvestmentEurope’s LatAm series. Alan Nesbit, Latin America specialist at First State Investments, explains why consumer growth is more important to investing in Chile than its booming copper mines.
BNP Paribas has opened new offices in Colombia and Chile as part of its continued Latin America strategy, outlined by Patrick Colle, chief executive of BNP Paribas Securities Services in February a year ago.
Wealth management in Latin America is experiencing turf wars on an international scale between asset managers, private banks and family offices hoping to win over the rising number of affluent clients.
Lesser-known rating agencies in markets such as Brazil, China and Germany are planning their challenges to S&P, Moody's and Fitch as new regulations take hold.
The prospects for Spain’s fund management industry are poised between a punishing downturn or a reasonably strong rally, according to M&G’s Ignacio Rodriguez
Brazilian investment banking group BTG Pactual and Chilean investment manager Celfin Capital have merged to form a new Latin American investment bank targeting asset management opportunities across the region.
Banco Santander is hoping emerging markets, particularly demand for private banking services in Brazil, will boost profits in 2012.