Brazil’s Maturing Private Markets Attract U.S. Investment Firms
null By Luis GarciaNov. 20, 2023 6:00 am ET|WSJ ProAres Management recently invested $100 million in Rio de Janeiro-based Vinci Partners to establish a foothold in Latin America’s largest economy. Photo: Buda Mendes/Getty ImagesBrazil’s private-capital industry continues to mature and is attracting U.S. asset managers looking to expand in new regions, as investment risks increase in other markets such as China.Publicly traded U.S. firm Ares Management, which oversees about $395 billion mostly in private credit operations, recently formed a partnership with Brazilian private-equity manager Vinci Partners that involves marketing new funds offered by both firms. As part of the deal, Ares invested $100 million in Rio de Janeiro-based Vinci.Copyright ©2023 Dow Jones & Company, Inc. All Rights Reserved. 87990cbe856818d5eddac44c7b1cdeb8The go-to source for all things private equity.News, data and analysis to help you find opportunities, and to follow the broad trends in dealmaking, investing
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