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Latin America’s Top 100 Pension Funds: Winners and Losers 

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Assets under management in millions of US dollars as of December 2012, affiliates in thousands, percent change over 2011.
ASSETS
Top five winners and losers in change of assets from 2011 to 2012.
WinnersLosers
RkFundCountryAssets% ch.RkFundCountryAssets% ch.
1BFPPBrazil$1,229.61,002.1%1IBMBrazil$1,970.7-8.4%
2ModeloChile$1,076.6287.0%2InbursaMexico$7,539.1-4.9%
3XXI BanorteMexico$19,028.1144.6%3Fundação ReferBrazil$1,246.8-4.7%
4InvercapMexico$7,765.679.7%4AztecaMexico$811.0-4.0%
5CoppelMexico$4,989.251.1%5PrevirbBrazil$750.1-2.3%
AFFILIATES
Top five winners and losers in change of affiliates from 2011 to 2012.
WinnersLosers
RkFundCountryAffiliates% ch.RkFundCountryAffiliates% ch.
1BFPPBrazil50.5112.4%1AztecaMexico259.7-70.9%
2ModeloChile809.7106.7%2InbursaMexico1,097.0-65.3%
3InvercapMexico2,922.094.6%3MetLifeMexico1,076.6-12.6%
4XXI BanorteMexico12,534.677.2%4Funbep Brazil1.4-11.9%
5CoppelMexico3,973.427.1%5BanesprevBrazil3.7-10.7%
SOURCE: Pension-fund regulators of Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Costa Rica, Dominican Rep., El Salvador, 
Peru and Uruguay, Consar, Financial Superintendency of Colombia, Latin Business Chronicle. 
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