Brazilian pension funds stay local


Rodrigo Amaral finds the allure of the fast-growing emerging market and operational hurdles have led Brazilian pension funds to stick to their home-country bias

Three years after receiving the nod to invest abroad, Brazilian pension funds have yet to make any significant moves, preferring instead to reap the benefits of rapid growth at home. Pension fu...

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