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Emerging Markets

BBVA aims to introduce Latam funds to Asia

The Spanish bank wants to take advantage of its strong presence in Latin America and market equity funds and exchange-traded funds to Asia and other parts of the world.

  • 07 Dec 2010

BBVA is adding staff to its fund management operations in the region with the intention of launching and marketing Latin America-themed funds to Asian investors.

Juan Pablo Jimeno, managing director for BBVA’s global asset management business, told asiamoney.com that he hopes to get permission from the Hong Kong ...

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