Top Ten Tweets

Ashby Monk

Here they are: Your top news items from the past week’s @sovereignfund feed:

  1. CIC’s Gao: “Theoretically we are a long-term investor…But you can’t really function on a 10-year horizon.”
  2. Medvedev makes good on promise for a new Russian sovereign wealth fund. Wants plans on his desk by March 1.
  3. Lex says think twice before front running Chinese investors. #goodadvice
  4. How much has China invested in Canada’s natural resources in last 18 months? According to this report…$10 billion!
  5. SWFs are reportedly turning to active management to bolster returns. Get out the dart boards…
  6. It looks like Gordon Brown personally invited the CIC to set up a London office. Toronto choice must sting.
  7. The Jordan-Qatar Joint Investment Fund may finally be getting going
  8. Apparently, India’s Petroleum Ministry is still planning a new SWF to acquire resources abroad.
  9. Li Ka-shing going where ADIA and CPPIB wouldn’t?
  10. Qatar Investment Authority must be pleased; Harrods just had a record year!

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This website is a project of Professor Gordon L. Clark and Dr. Ashby Monk of the School of Geography and the Environment at the University of Oxford. Their research on sovereign wealth funds is funded by the Leverhulme Trust and The Rotman International Centre for Pension Management.

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