The Daily Brief

Ashby Monk

  • The Kuwait Investment Authority is setting up a representative office in Beijing.
  • Abu Dhabi’s Invest AD is part of an investor consortium that is launching an infrastructure project (to build private sewage) in Bahrain.
  • France’s CDC will offer a €3 billion package to finance loans to local authorities.
  • It’s not surprising (but still interesting) to see that Korea’s National Pension Service and the Kuwait Investment Authority sold all their holdings of Fannie and Freddie.
  • The Qatar Investment Authority is apparently in the mix for Dexia assets.
  • China’s Central Huijin, a subsidiary of CIC, is supporting the country’s largest banks by buying their shares.
  • Alberta is following Norway’s lead on ethical divesting.
  • Alaska Permanent Fund is zeroing in on a new CIO: Current frontrunners are Maria Tsu and Jay Willoughby.
  • “Anonymous” offers $1.42 billion for a Luxembourg private bank. (I wonder what the buyer’s plans are for banking secrecy.)

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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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