Carlos Ramirez on Mexico's Pension Fund

March 8 (Bloomberg) -- Carlos Ramirez, the new head of Mexico's pension fund regulatory agency, talks with Bloomberg's Ben Bain about his priorities in overseeing the country's biggest institutional investors. Ramirez said a possible doubling of the $154 billion in assets now in the system over the next six years will require assuring that asset managers are qualified and considering raising current limits on how much pensions can invest abroad. (Source: Bloomberg)
San Francisco Commercial Real Estate Hits New Heights
18:50 - Tech companies, who raise millions of dollars in funding rounds, are now helping raise the San Francisco skyline. New high-rises and office towers are being constructed in the heart of downtown. Bloomberg's Cory Johnson takes a look at the new demand. (Source: Bloomberg)
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