CAUTION: A New Path for the Korea Investment Corporation

namsanThe Korea Investment Corporation (KIC) is under a new manager and that means new processes, new people and new priorities. Still, the wealth fund plans to grow allocation to alternatives assets, such as private equity, real estate and infrastructure, as quantitative easing (QE) policies punish investors in “conservative assets”. In addition, KIC is to undergo some levels of internal reform by including more auditing procedures and processes. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]


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