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Natixis Global Asset Management opens first office in South America


Natixis Global Asset Management has opened its first office in South America – and its second in Latin America – choosing Montevideo as its headquarters in the South American region.

The new office will provide global and regional banks and independent financial advisors (IFAs) in Uruguay and Chile with access to the firm’s unique global network of independent affiliated investment managers specialising in a range of asset classes and investment styles.

“What differentiates us from other international asset managers coming to South America in recent years is our unique business model, based on our own global diversified network of specialized asset managers,” says Sophie del Campo, General Manager of Iberia and Head of Latin America for Natixis Global Asset Management. “This office reflects our strong commitment to the local and regional markets and our continued commitment to Latin America.”

Martín Herbon, Head of Uruguay and Chile for Natixis Global Asset Management, says: “Our unique model and investment approach is already resonating with investors in the region who appreciate our long track record in institutional markets around the globe and the opportunity to access a rich offer of investment solutions and insights from our affiliated asset managers.”

Montevideo is the second opening for Natixis Global Asset Management in Latin America after the launch of its Mexican business in 2014. The firm was previously servicing the southern region of the continent through its teams in the US and Europe, and its Portfolio Research and Consulting group has been actively working with global and regional private banks. In the coming years, the firm will continue its expansion strategy in the region according to the growth of its business.

“Our model allows each one of 27 asset managers to focus on their independent investment style, which means more choice, more investment opportunities, better diversification, and ultimately better investment portfolios for our clients,” says Sophie del Campo.

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