The Guide to Latin America Pension Funds is a research service covering Latin America's pension funds and their investment practices. The Guide service will prove invaluable to international financial services providers like money managers, ETF sponsors, consultants, and custodians looking to enter these markets, to increase market share, or to develop a product for pension funds in all or one of the 11 countries covered, as well as to researchers needing a one-stop reference guide to the region’s pension funds.
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The service offers extensive details in easy-to-use digital formats about the asset allocations among 23 asset categories and executive contacts for over 400 individual pension funds, with combined assets of over $700 billion, from this fast-growing and exciting region.
The five year histories of the assets information, expressed in both local currencies and US Dollar terms, provide unprecedented views of the patterns of asset growth and asset allocation.
The service also includes detailed country reports on the current investment regulations and operating contexts facing the pension fund management companies.
You can see a sample excerpt of the service for one of Mexico's leading pension fund management companies by clicking here.
The Guide is a collaborative venture between Campollo Consulting LLC and Wall’s Street Advisors Services LLC. More can be seen about Campollo Consulting at www.campolloconsulting.com
Service Packages for every need!
The Guide to Latin America Pension Funds service is available in a variety of affordable packages, designed to meet the varied needs of the service's broad user base.
For instance, one can select package services by country, by data-type, and/or investment regulatiory reports. Discounts add up as one selects packages by major and minor markets, and especially for the all-inclusive package.
The service packages and their prices for 2013 can be seen here.
An abbreviated sample copy of the The Guide's annual survey of the pension funds' investment contexts and regulations can be seen here