Going by recent statistics, the Brazilian Investment Management sector is on the rise, which is favorable for any investment manager desiring to rise globally.
A sure Growth
Having recorded more than $1 trillion in the money markets by the year 2013, the Brazilian Investment Management is already promising. This was brought about by investments made locally by the citizens. Statistics show that over 90 percent of local investors shy away from international investments, growing the local market consequently. This trend is projected to increase even further, with credit easily available to middle-class consumers. In the recent past, assets that are professionally managed have been on the rise and have in return changed the distribution channel and, thus, growing private banks and companies.
Much Needed Change
With the rising nature and competitiveness of this field, people involved could adopt bad practices, which could have adverse effects on consumers. Therefore, the Brazilian Government strictly regulates the Investment Management under the Brazilian Securities Commission. In the recent past, the Commission hinted on adopting new rules that will govern investment administrators, managers, and advisors. These rules will be aimed at bettering the internal and external management of investments.
About Cassio Audi
Cassio Audi is a renowned financial management guru. He has over 20 years’ experience in the financial field. Cassio has led quite a lot of companies, including startups, and he is well known for his marvelous leadership skills that placed each company he worked for at the top.
His career started in 1992 as a trader for JP Morgan Chase where he has was mandated to manage assets. He later moved to Dow Chemical as a senior financial analyst before joining Gillette as the financial director. Cassio Audi then worked for three more companies holding top positions, Brookfield Brasil Real Estate Partners, Rossi Residential and Rossi Commercial Properties. Another role beckoned at GVMI in 2013 where he served as the M.D.