The fast-growing pension fund industry in Latin America has the region’s financial markets and various asset classes trying to keep pace. Due to a confluence of factors, pension funds are perhaps the most important institutional investors in Latin American financial markets. BNY Mellon distinctly understands this and our services are designed to help sophisticated investment professionals make the most of their assets.
The growth in the pension fund industry within the major countries of Latin America over the last decade has had important ramifications for the region’s financial markets and demand for a host of asset classes. Due to a confluence of factors, pension funds are perhaps the most important institutional investors in local financial markets and have attracted a sophisticated group of investment professionals to manage their assets.
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