The National Financial Stabilization Fund was created in 2000 to respond to significant occurrences at home or abroad to preserve stability in capital markets and other financial markets and guarantee national stability. The fund has a capacity of US$ 17.9 billion and intervenes when the market conditions are challenging, in order to boost investor confidence and maintain active and orderly stock market transactions.
Assets under Management (AuM):
Alternative Assets: 0%
“To preserve stability in capital markets and other financial markets and guarantee national stability.” (Stabilization Fund)