Sura Asset Management is mulling the financial group's entrance into the Brazilian market in a move that would solidify the financial group's position in Latin America. Brazil is the most important market in the continent and the $148m asset manager is looking to tap into the opportunities that giant market has to offer. Sura Asset Management's chief executive officer Ignacio Calle told Chilean news outlet Diario Financeiro that those plans are still at an early stage. "We are analysing the possibility of entering into an alliance with a Brazilian entity or entering organically throu...
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