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Upcoming events
New events will be announced in the coming weeks.
 
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Previous events
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
4th Seminar on Asset Management in Colombia

Our Seminars on Asset Management in Colombia bring together local and international asset management executives, to discuss the widening spectrum of asset allocation alternatives available to Colombia's institutional investors. The day's program combines talks from influential regulators and industry leaders with views and analysis of respected executives from global financial services firms. Colombia, Latin America's fourth largest market in terms of AUM, has benefited from a stable regulatory environment and a booming economy. Colombia is the newest frontier for global asset managers, with many of the top asset gatherers in Chile just beginning to get their feet wet in this quickly growing market. Estimates for GDP growth in 2013 are coming in around 4%, while Colombian capital markets have enjoyed record volumes...>>

Wednesday, March 20, 2013
10th Seminar on Asset Management in Mexico

Mexico is one of Latin America's fastest growing asset management marketplaces. Combined AUM of the mutual and pension fund industries of Mexico rose to US$250 billion in 2012, and is on track to reach over US$500 billion within five years, making it the second largest asset-management market in Latin America, behind Brazil. In 2012, both industries advanced despite uncertainty in the political sphere. But in 2013, with a new president and cabinet in plane, and tons of foreign investment flowing back into the country, robust growth in the coming decade seems likely. Pension funds According to our projections, by 2016, Mexican Afore pension fund managers will have amassed close to US$290 billion in assets, possibly converting themselves into the largest pension managers in Latin America. The Afores gained the opportunity to...>>

November 28, 2012
2nd Seminar on Institutional Investment in Mexico

Mexican Afore private pension managers are finally in the spotlight thanks to momentous 2011 rule changes that appear to open the door to investment in mutual funds and separate accounts run by global asset managers. The new game-changing rules adopted by Mexico’s pension regulator,the Consar, have global asset managers once again eyeing this important but neglected marketplace. Though Mexican law for years has allowed the Afores to invest up to 20% of their assets internationally, the regulator had kept in place an extremely conservative policy that limited foreign investment to ETFs and indices in conjunction with principal-protected notes. But in 2011, with new leadership at the Consar, investment in active managers is imminent, and Afores now find themselves with a world of possibilities to choose from.,>>

September 6, 2012
4th Seminar on Asset Management in Chile

While Chile has long been the center of Latin American asset-gathering activity for international money managers, the country's locally-domiciled mutual funds, pension funds, life insurers and corporate pension plans are operating in an increasingly complex and sophisticated environment that requires a renewed look at this dynamic marketplace. On September 6, 2012, Latin Asset Management and Fund Pro Performance will host the Seminar on Asset Management in Chile, which will bring together local institutional investors, international fund managers and regulators to discuss local-market issues, global asset allocation strategies, and regional product, regulatory and distribution trends. Also during the Seminar, the staff of Fund Pro Performance will present Platinum Performance Awards to Chile's best mutual funds and fund managers,,>>

May 24, 2012
3rd Seminar on Asset Management in Colombia

The 3rd Seminar on Asset Management in Colombia will bring together local and international asset management executives, to discuss the widening spectrum of asset allocation alternatives available to Colombia's institutional investors. The day's program will combine talks from influential regulators and industry leaders with views and analysis of respected executives from global financial services firms.

Colombia, Latin America's fourth largest market in terms of AUM, has benefited from a stable regulatory environment and a booming economy. Colombia is the newest frontier for global asset managers....>>

March 8, 2012
9th Seminar on Asset Management in Mexico

Mexico is one of Latin America's fastest growing asset management marketplaces. Latin Asset Management estimates that the combined AUMs of the mutual and pension fund industries of Mexico will rise to over US$500 billion by the year 2015, making it the second largest market in Latin America, behind Brazil.

In 2011, both industries continued to enjoy nearly unfettered expansion, while positive regulatory and distribution trends took hold that seemed destined to guarantee robust growth in the coming decade. The private pension fund industry's assets have surpassed US$110 billion, while the mutual fund industry has grown almost 100% in the last three years to reach US$100 billion in assets...>>

November 9, 2011
Foro sobre Inversiones Institucionales en Mexico

Mexican Afore private pension managers are finally in the spotlight thanks to momentous 2011 rule changes that appear to open the door to investment in mutual funds and separate accounts run by global asset managers. The new game-changing rules adopted by Mexico's pension regulator,the Consar, have global asset managers once again eyeing this important but neglected marketplace.
Though Mexican law for years has allowed the Afores to invest up to 20% of their assets internationally, the regulator had kept in place an extremely conservative policy that limited foreign investment to ETFs and indices in conjunction with principal-protected notes. But in 2011, with new leadership at the Consar, investment in active managers is imminent, and Afores now find themselves with a world of possibilities to choose from...>>

September 7th, 2011
3rd Seminar on Asset Management in Chile

While Chile has long been the center of Latin American asset-gathering activity for international money managers, the country's locally-domiciled mutual funds, pension funds, life insurers and corporate pension plans are operating in an increasingly complex and sophisticated environment that requires a renewed look at this dynamic marketplace.

On September 7, 2011, Latin Asset Management and Fund Pro Performance will host the Seminar on Asset Management in Chile, which will bring together local institutional investors, international fund managers and regulators to discuss local-market issues, global asset allocation strategies, and regional product, regulatory and distribution trends...>>

May 25th, 2011
2nd Seminar on Asset Management in Colombia

The 2nd Seminar on Asset Management in Colombia will bring together local and international asset management executives, to discuss the widening spectrum of asset allocation alternatives available to Colombia's institutional investors. The day's program will combine talks from influential regulators and industry leaders with views and analysis of respected executives from global financial services firms.

Colombia, Latin America's fourth largest market in terms of AUM, has benefited from a stable regulatory environment and a booming economy. Colombia is the newest frontier for global asset managers....>>

March 16th, 2011
8th Seminar on Asset Management in Mexico

Mexico is one of Latin America's fastest growing asset management marketplaces. Latin Asset Management estimates that the combined AUMs of the mutual and pension fund industries of Mexico will rise to over US$400 billion by the year 2012, making it the second largest market in Latin America, behind Brazil.

In 2008, both industries continued to enjoy nearly unfettered expansion, while positive regulatory and distribution trends took hold that seemed destined to guarantee robust growth in the coming decade. The private pension fund industry's assets have surpassed US$93 billion, while the mutual fund industry has grown...>>

November 18th, 2010
Seminar on Asset Management in Colombia

With US$125 billion in assets held by asset managers and private pension funds, Colombia is Latin America's fourth largest market in terms of AUM, behind Brazil, Mexico and Chile. Off the radar of most global fund firms through most of the last decade, the asset management industries of Colombia have quietly flourished, benefiting from a stable regulatory environment and a booming economy.

Colombian capital markets have enjoyed record volumes, foreign investment is soaring and there have been important advances in the standard of living, giving rise to a new class of mass affluent investors.....>>

September 8th, 2010. Santiago, Chile
2nd Seminar on Asset Management in Chile

While Chile has long been the center of Latin American asset-gathering activity for international money managers, the country's locally-domiciled mutual funds, pension funds, life insurers and corporate pension plans are operating in an increasingly complex and sophisticated environment that requires a renewed look at this dynamic marketplace.

On September 8, 2010, Latin Asset Management and Fund Pro Performance will host the Seminar on Asset Management in Chile, which will bring together local institutional investors, international fund managers and regulators to discuss local-market issues, global asset allocation strategies, and regional product, regulatory and distribution trends...>>

March 18th, 2010. Mexico City
7th Seminar on Asset Management in Mexico

Mexico is one of Latin America's fastest growing asset management marketplaces. Latin Asset Management estimates that the combined AUMs of the mutual and pension fund industries of Mexico will rise to over US$400 billion by the year 2012, making it the second largest market in Latin America, behind Brazil.

In 2008, both industries continued to enjoy nearly unfettered expansion, while positive regulatory and distribution trends took hold that seemed destined to guarantee robust growth in the coming decade. The private pension fund industry's assets have surpassed US$93 billion, while the mutual fund industry has grown...>>

September  2nd, 2009. Santiago, Chile
Seminar on Asset Management in Chile

While Chile has long been the center of Latin American asset-gathering activity for international money managers, the country's locally-domiciled mutual funds, pension funds, life insurers and corporate pension plans are operating in an increasingly complex and sophisticated environment that requires a renewed look at this dynamic marketplace.

On September 2, 2009, Latin Asset Management and Fund Pro Performance will host the Seminar on Asset Management in Chile, which will bring together local institutional investors, international fund managers and regulators to discuss local-market issues, global asset allocation strategies, and regional product, regulatory and distribution trends....>>

 
 

FundPro Events: Helping asset managers and service providers raise their profile in Latin America

Close followers of the Latin American markets.
Fund Pro and Latin Asset Management are two brands synonymous with expert coverage of the Latin American asset management...>>

What we deliver.
Fund Pro Seminars are designed to bring global asset management companies and service providers closer to potential clients in Latin America...>>

Targeted attendee lists.
As a general policy, only local Latin-American-based professionals receive complimentary invitations to Fund Pro Seminars. This...>>

Past sponsors.
A-list asset management companies have sponsored Fund Pro events in the past, including: Goldman Sachs, Vanguard Group, State Street Global Advisors, Capital Group, JP Morgan Asset Management, AllianceBernstein, Franklin Templeton, Aberdeen Asset Management, Invesco, Blackrock, DWS Investments, and Barclay's Global...>>

Expert organization.
Fund Pro events are put together by the same team, year after yeaWhile Chile has long been the center of Latin American asset-gathering activity for international money managers, the country's locally-domiciled mutual funds, pension funds, life insurers and corporate pension plans are operating in an increasingly complex and sophisticated environment that requires a renewed look at this dynamic marketplace. On September 6, 2012, Latin Asset Management and Fund Pro Performance will host the Seminar on Asset Management in Chile, which will bring together local institutional investors, international fund managers and regulators to discuss local-market issues, global asset allocation strategies, and regional product, regulatory and distribution trends. Also during the Seminar, the staff of Fund Pro Performance will present Platinum Performance Awards to Chile's best mutual funds and fund managers, and for the second time present the country's top AFP pension managers with awards for best performance as well. The event is certain to once again attract Chile's leading institutional players and international experts alike.r. This provides comfort to sponsors that have...>>

Compelling program design and expert moderation.
As journalists covering Latin America, we are on top of the issues that are causing the most discussion in a particular ...>>

More about the firms behind Fund Pro Events.
Latin Asset Management and Fund Pro are units of Latin Ventures LLC, a New Jersey (USA) based Limited Liability...>>

 
 
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