Conservative investments, strong local markets help Brazilian funds boom


A conservative investment approach meant Brazilian pensions suffered only minor scrapes during the crisis, but too-strong funding levels bring problems of their own, as Dorothee Gnaedinger reports

  Brazil - a country renowned for samba, carnival, and a history of economic boom - has re-entered the spotlight of the international pension arena. Characterised by its long history of final-sa...

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