Institutional Investors in Latin America

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Author(s):
OECD
Publication Date :
21 July 2000
Pages :
252
ISBN :
9789264182233 (PDF) ; 9789264171886 (print)
DOI :
10.1787/9789264182233-en

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What is the current state of development of institutional investors in Latin America? What are the requirements of the financial infrastructure and the regulatory framework to encourage the growth of the institutional sector in Latin America? What policy expertise can Latin America and OECD countries share to benefit from each other’s experience in broadening the role of institutional investors? These questions were addressed during the Santiago workshop on "Institutional Investors in Latin America", organised in September 1999 by the OECD through its Centre for Co-operation with Non-Members and the Commission of the European Union in co-operation with the Chilean Government. This set of texts can constitute a reference work on institutional investment for policy makers and experts in the public sector, actors in the private sector, and academics in both emerging market economies and OECD countries.

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Introduction by Carmen Villegas-Caballero
-The Institutional Sector in Latin America: Assessment, Experience, Comparison
-The Institutional Sector in the OECD Area: Lessons for Policymakers
-The Regulatory and Supervisory Frameworkand the Financial Infrastructure
-Opportunities for Growth of the Institutional Sector in Latin America: A Policy Challenge
Part I. Institutional Investors in Latin America: Recent Trends and Regulatory Challenges
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Institutional Investors in Latin America: Recent Trends and Regulatory Challenges by Juan Yermo
-Individual Savings and Capitalisation Regimes: The Latin American Experience by Pedro Corona Bozzo
-Pension Funds in Latin American: Features and Limits by Aldo Simonetti
-The Regulation of Investments in Latin American Defined-Contribution Public Pension Schemes by Fernando Solis-Soberon
-Regulation and Current Situation of Pension Fund Investments in Peru by Augusto Mouchard
-The Regulation of Life Insurance Policies in Chile by Monica Caceres
-Brazil: Emerging Economy, Submerging Social Security by Eduardo Bom Angelo
Part II. The Institutional Sector in the OECD
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Overview of Institutional Investors in OECD Countries by Stephen Lumpkin
-The Institutional Sector in the OECD: Policy Lessons by Glorianne Stromberg
-Access to Latin American Markets for Individual Canadian Investors by Andrew Scipio Del Campo
Part III. Summary of Conclusions b the OECD Secretariat
Annex I. List of Participants
Annex II. Agenda of the Workshop