Latin America’s Major Five: Assessing the Opportunities (State Street)

February 2012

KEYWORDS: Emerging Markets, Latin America, Brazil, Mexico, Chile, Colombia, Peru, global financial crisis, Asia Pacific, pensions, asset managers, hedge fund investor, foreign direct investment, Sovereign Wealth Funds, Institutional Investors, service providers, China, Argentina, Germany, Netherlands, Institute of International Finance, inflation, hyperinflation, Public Pension, Private Pension, prime broker, alternative investment, mutual funds, regulatory requirements, high-net worth investors


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From the economic powerhouse of Brazil, to the resource-rich countries of Chile, Columbia and Peru (the Andean Region), to rapidly growing Mexico, Latin America’s five major markets are a strategic destination for money management. With more than $2.2 trillion in institutional assets, they are attracting the attention of asset managers and financial service providers around the world. The size and long-term growth prospects of these markets, as well as their concentrated number of increasingly sophisticated institutional investors, are among the reasons why these markets stand out.

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