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Latin America ETF/ETP Industry at a glance on April 2012

Summary for ETFs listed in Latin America

  • At the end of April 2012, the Latin America ETF industry had 32 ETFs, with 487 listings, assets of US$11.4 Bn, from 15 providers on 4 exchanges.

Assets

  • ETF assets have increased by 3.4% from US$11.0 Bn in March 2012 to US$11.4 Bn in April 2012.
  • YTD through end of April 2012, ETF assets have increased by 9.9% from US$10.3 Bn to US$11.4 Bn.

Flows

  • In April 2012, ETFs saw net inflows of US$591.3 Mn. Equity ETFs gathered net inflows of US$566.4 Mn and fixed income ETFs gathered net inflows of US$4.7 Mn.
  • YTD through end of April 2012, ETFs saw net outflows of US$172.1 Mn. Equity ETFs have experienced US$151.4 Mn net outflows and fixed income ETFs have experienced net outflows of US$20.0 Mn.
  • YTD through end of April 2012, leveraged ETFs have gathered net inflows of US$12.3 Mn, while inverse ETFs have experienced net outflows of US$13.0 Mn.
  • iShares gathered the largest net inflows in April with US$678.6 Mn, followed by Protego with US$20.3 Mn.
  • BBVA Asset Management experienced the largest net outflows in April with US$98.7 Mn.
  • BBVA Asset Management experienced the largest net outflows YTD with US$103.5 Mn, followed by Itau Unibanco with US$64.7 Mn and iShares with US$3.3 Mn net outflows.

Source: MondoVisione, 04.05.2012 by Deborah Fuhr of EFTGI at deborah.fuhr@etfgi.com

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