SURA Investment Management Mexico is recognized with the World Finance 2016 Investment Management Award
SURA Investment Management Mexico has been recognized as the best fixed income investment manager thanks to its competitiveness, innovation and service. World Finance evaluates the performance of the top companies in the financial service industry. Mexico, August 15, 2016. - SURA Investment Management Mexico was recognized with the World Finance Awards 2016 as the Best Investment Manager (Fixed Income) by the World Finance Investment Management Awards 2016. The prestigious financial magazine awarded the work of SURA Investment Management Mexico (a business division of SURA Asset Management Mexico) in the risk management category; recognizing the firm as the Best Fixed Income Investment Manager for its competitiveness, innovation and service. Since 2007, World Finance has evaluated the performance of the top companies in the financial service industry and through the World Finance Awards, it recognizes the most outstanding players in each sector. Besides considering the publication's readers and each company key performance indicators, the winners are elected by a panel of judges with an extensive insight in financial and business journalism, supported by a research team that works all day to make sure the award winners are the worthiest in their sector. The World Finance Investment Management Awards provides a vision on what is needed to success in today's market, as well as the trends and possible ways to change the financial industry in the coming years. The recognition award can be directly attributed to the analysis capabilities of the investment team and it reflects the trajectory, experience and best practices implemented by SURA Investment Management Mexico to benefit its institutional and individual clients. SURA Asset Management Mexico (SURA AM Mexico) confirms its commitment to Mexican investors offering the best solutions in investment management; innovative, state of the art products with the best return; full, personalized advisory, and excellent customer care. About de SURA Asset Management México SURA business portfolio in Mexico includes Afore SURA, Pensiones SURA, SURA Investment Management and Seguros de Vida SURA. As of March 2016 it managed over USD$25.8 billion for 6.4 million clients; it employs 3,000 people. About SURA Asset Management SURA Asset Management is a Latin American based company with operations in the Pensions, Savings and Investment divisions in Mexico, Peru, Chile, Colombia, Uruguay and El Salvador. It is an affiliate of Grupo SURA, and has four shareholders with a minor stock: Grupo Bolívar, Corporación Financiera Internacional (IFC), member of the World Bank Group, Bancolombia and Grupo Wiese. As of March 2016, SURA Asset Management managed a total of USD 109.1 billion, for 17.8 million clients. * Clients and AUM include AFP Protección in Colombia and AFP Crecer in El Salvador, although not controlled companies, SURA AM has a relevant stock. About Grupo SURA Grupo de Inversiones Suramericana -Grupo SURA-, holding of Grupo Empresarial SURA, is a Latin American company trading in the Bolsa de Valores de Colombia (BVC) and registered in the ADR-Level I program in the US. It is also the only Latin American organization in the Diversified Financial Service sector, part of the Dow Jones Sustainability Index that recognizes the companies with the best economic, environmental and social practices globally. Grupo SURA has two investment types: strategic, focused on the financial services, insurance, pensions, savings and investment sectors; and industrial investment, mostly allocated in the processed food, cement and energy projects. About the World Finance Investment Management Awards 2016 SURA Investment Management Mexico, S.A. de C.V., was recognized as the Best Investment Manager (Fixed Income), by the World Finance Investment Management Awards 2016. All rights reserved. Assessment Period: 2016. Historic returns do not guarantee future returns. Investment funds aim at strengthening and decentralizing the stock market, providing access to the small and medium investor to such market, diversifying capital and contributing to financing the productive activity of the country.