King Irving Sura Pacific Alliance Fund
The Pacific Alliance region is an economic block formed in 2012 to increase competitiveness through integration of economies and to allow free flow of capital, goods, people and services. Comprising the Latin American countries of Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile it has GDP of USD $2.2 trillion and it represents over 55% of Latin America’s exports, 40% of total Foreign Direct Investment flows and 40% of GDP.
It is a fast growing region, driven by strong demographics and growth of internal demand with an average GDP growth of 4.7%. Each country shares a stable legal, political and regulatory environment.
As an Emerging Market investment strategy, it provides significant diversification and strong performance benefits to support its inclusion in a growth portfolio.