Australia Joins Post-Brexit UK Investment Rush

12th February, 2022

 AustralianSuper, Australia’s largest pension scheme, is planning U$D31 billion of investments in the UK and Europe over the next five years as it looks to double the value of its UK assets.

QIA reaches US$ 445 billion AuM, gets ready to take off

10th February, 2022

The Qatar Investment Authority (QIA) has started 2022 in a very strong manner, and everything indicates that it may be getting ready to fly high once again. On the one hand, the strong returns of public and private equities during 2021 helped grow its balance sheet to an record high with an estimated US$ 445 bn. On the other, the organization recently completed a restructuring of its governance and structure, adapting it to the new normal and opportunities.

ADPorts Listing Gives ADQ Dry Powder for Private Equity Drive

9th February, 2022

The IPO of AD Ports has injected liquidity into the portfolio of its majority owner, the Abu Dhabi sovereign wealth fund ADQ – but with this comes volatility in the value of the fund’s portfolio, subjecting it to the turbulence of public markets.

Gaming Pushes all the Right Buttons for Saudi Fund’s Long-Term Strategy

8th February, 2022

Saudi Arabia’s Public Investment Fund (PIF) has added Capcom and Nexon to its portfolio of chunky stakes in gaming stocks, making the sector one of its biggest targets in its public equity strategy and adding to its rapidly growing exposure to the gaming and eSports market.

Sovereign Investors Boost Hotel Investments in Hunt for Yield

7th February, 2022

State-owned investors are showing growing confidence in the revival of the travel sector with a renewed impetus for hotel acquisitions.

RDIF Shrugs Off Geopolitical Risks and Co-Investment Partners are Undeterred

4th February, 2022

With the situation on Ukraine’s borders reaching fever-pitch, the prospect of harder sanctions against Russia has arisen – yet so far the Russian Direct Investment Fund (RDIF) has shrugged off US sanctions, securing co-investments in spite of restrictions.

UAE-Spain Forge Closer Relations Through State Funds

3rd February, 2022

Abu Dhabi sovereign fund Mubadala continues to forge bilateral relationships with Spain’s Compañía Española de Financiación del Desarrollo  (Cofides) the latest investment partner.

Infographic: US Public Pension Funds still in Bad Shape

2nd February, 2022

US-based public pension funds have benefitted from the boom in equity markets and have been reporting extraordinary results for the 2021 fiscal year. But what has this meant for other funds and states, and what is the current situation across the US – which remains the world’s largest country in terms of sovereign capital?

Fund of the Month (Feb'22): Wafra / Capital Constellation

1st February, 2022

Wafra (Arabic for “abundance”, and the southernmost area in Kuwait) was established by the PIFSS over three decades ago and today invests on behalf of PIFSS and asset owners around the world. In 2018, it rocketed to new heights with the launch of Capital Constellation, an innovative JV among leading institutional asset owners across Europe, North America, and the Middle East. We had the immense pleasure of catching up with Daniel Adamson, SMD of Wafra Inc. and President of Capital Constellation.

GIC Takes a Leading Role in Asian Digital Infrastructure

29th January, 2022

Data centers are the infrastructure of the tech revolution and Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC is boosting the digital superhighways of Asia with more capital.

NBIM Scores Strong Returns, in Line With Peers

28th January, 2022

Norges Bank achieved a 14.5% return for its Government Pension Fund Global in 2021, its second-best return thanks to the stellar performance of US public equities. The fund’s return was 0.74 percentage points higher than the return on the benchmark index, equivalent to NOK76 billion (US$8.5 billion).

Korea's Retail Investors Dismayed by NPS's Equities Market Tactics and Strategic Pivot to Alternatives

27th January, 2022

South Korea’s mammoth public pension fund, the US$776 billion National Pension Service (NPS), upset domestic retail investors yet again by leading the market in dumping domestic stocks.

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