“What we did with this portfolio is that if you always leave it with the same strategy, the volatility was going to be very high and for clients that can be complicated, so if they ask me, what performance is it going to give, it’s going to be complicated, but if we see that indices like the Nasdaq have been rising due to AI and robotics issues, so the potential is there and we think of double-digit returns,” said Pablo Torroella, deputy general director of operations at Vector Casa de Bolsa.
The NEXTGEN fund was launched on the market at the end of May and can already be acquired through Vector, with a minimum investment amount of 10,000 pesos.
Torroella stressed that he suggests a stay within the investment portfolio of at least one year to take advantage of the maturation of the strategy that allows the investor to capitalize on growth areas and participate in their potential returns. The fund will have a liquidity of 48 hours.
Hugo Petricioli, Chairman of the Board and Country Manager for Mexico and Central America at Franklin Templeton, commented that this fund adds great value to the Mexican fund market, as it provides investors with the opportunity to diversify their portfolio in the megatrends that are betting on the future.