Aviva Investors strikes distribution deal for Iberia, Brazil, Uruguay

Jonathan Boyd
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Aviva Investors, the asset manager of insurer Aviva, has struck a distribution deal with Capital Strategies Partners based in Madrid, to sell investment capabilities into Spain, Portugal, Brazil and Uruguay. CSP intermediates for some $5bn of assets. The deal will see it focus on distributing Aviva Investors' credit, equity, liquidity, multi-asset and real assets capabilities through wholesale and institutional channels. The deal completes the manager's geographical coverage of Iberia and Latin America, and complements an existing partnership with Exel Capital, which represents the manag...

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Jonathan Boyd
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Jonathan Boyd

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