Latin American Region

The Latin American markets give different attractive investment opportunities for investors. Being proactive in analyzing different local drivers in the high volatility environment reveals these opportunities. Having presence in this region is critical to achieve attractive and sustainable long-term returns. 

Hedging specific country risk is the best way to minimize volatility and avoid outsized losses in the region. Latin American financial assets are directly affected by global macro changes, on top of every country´s specific issues.

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Mexico

Population 129 M

GDP Growth 4.8%

CPI 4.1%

GDP per capita 9,246 USD

Fiscal Balance: -3.1%

External Balance: 1.2%

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Colombia

Population 51.4 M

GDP Growth 5%

CPI 2.5%

GDP per capita 5,753 USD

Fiscal Balance: -8.2%

External Balance: -3.4%

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Chile

Population 19.7 M

GDP Growth 6.5%

CPI 3.3%

GDP per capita 15,617 USD

Fiscal Balance: -4.8%

External Balance: 0.2%

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Brazil

Population 212.8 M

GDP Growth 3.4%

CPI 5.1%

GDP per capita 7,011 USD

Fiscal Balance: -7.9%

External Balance: 1%

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Argentina

Population 45.8 M

GDP Growth 6%

CPI 45.5%

GDP per capita 9,122 USD

Fiscal Balance: -5.9%

External Balance: 1.20%