Brazil could learn from Chile’s pension fund reforms, agree PE speakers

Latin American pension funds can be a key source of fundraising for private equity, but strict transparency regulations governing their conduct are essential, heard delegates at the Latin Lawyer Live 9th Annual Private Equity.

Brazil could learn from Chile’s pension fund reforms, agree PE speakers Credit: Felipe Cousiño, Katrina Rowe, Marina Procknor & Jean Michel Enríquez

Latin American pension funds are slowly becoming a more attractive source of fundraising as they increase their assets under management. Felipe Cousiño, a partner at Chilean firm Alessandri, noted that Chilean pension funds manage assets worth some US$200 billion, which represents around 60% of Chile’s GDP. “This means they are incredibly attractive as targets in any fundraising schemes,” he said.



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