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Leading Brazilian Hedge Fund Managers Say Opportunities Still Abound, But Diversification Is Key As More Strategies Than Ever Are Availabl

(Last Updated On: April 12, 2012)

Leading Brazilian Hedge Fund Managers Say Opportunities Still Abound, But Diversification Is Key As More Strategies Than Ever Are AvailableRio de Janeiro, April 5th 2012: After 2008 and 2010, this is the third Opalesque Roundtable we are publishing about Brazil. Coming back after two years, I was amazed how the markets and the financial industry have marched along and achieved true progress, to the benefit of all Brazilians and investors.
The number of strategies offered by the local alternative investment managers continues to grow. The firms which participated in our small Roundtable, held in March at a local Citi office in Ipanema, are running equity long/short, activist, credit, macro, quantitative, real estate and private equity funds. You will also find CTAs operating out of Brazil.
This Roundtable script (a 24 page PDF) can be downloaded here for free: http://www.opalesque.com/RT/RoundtableBrazil2012.html
==Today, more instruments than ever are available to the local managers. They come in acronyms like REIT, but there are also FIPs, LCAs, LCIs, CRIs, FIDICS: all these instruments are starting to gain sophistication and also create arbitrage opportunities for the professionals on the ground who understand mispricing of an instrument related to its comparables.
On the macro level, the creditworthiness of Brazil is probably in its best position in at least 40 years – debt to GDP ratio has come down all the way from over 60% to around 36%-38%.
This Roundtable script (a 24 page PDF) can be downloaded here for free: http://www.opalesque.com/RT/RoundtableBrazil2012.html

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