This is according to analysts at BNY Mellon ARX, which runs an equity fund in the Latin American country. A senior portfolio manager at the firm, Rogerio Poppe, said that people are increasingly open to investing in the very quickly emerging economy.
He explained that investment funds and companies based in the region have done all they can to encourage foreign investment in Brazil by demonstrating that it does offer a stable option for investors. He said, “We have worked hard to gain the clearest possible picture of how the Brazilian government and the monetary authorities will approach the issue of the current inflationary pressures the country is facing, so the recent round of monetary policy tightening was to be expected.”
He added that, although some changes may occur as a result of the changing government, the overall outlook is positive, but cautious. Poppe added, “While we remain extremely optimistic over the long term prospects for the economy, tighter monetary policy may put temporary pressure on some of the companies in which we are invested.”
AAA is an advocate of foreign investment in Brazil and particularly promotes the opportunities it offers for those interested in an alternative and ethical investment. AAA’s analysis partner, Anthony Johnson, who has over a decade of fund management experience, said, “Brazil, along with other Latin American economies like Costa Rica, is the place to invest at the moment if you are looking for a socially or environmentally ethical investment. Firms like Greenwood Management are offering investors the chance to buy a piece of forested land, whose value will rise and will not be affected by wider economic factors the way equities are.”
Mr Poppe added that the Brazilian government is expected to continue investing aggressively in the country’s infrastructure in the run up to the World Cup and the Olympics. As a result, the managed forestry industry is set for growth as it provides sustainably sourced charcoal for the steel sector.
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