Norway’s Sovereign Fund Contemplates Infrastructure Allocation, Boosting Real Estate
Norwegian Minister of Finance Siv Jensen said in a press release, “We are continuously looking at how changes to the investment strategy may improve the return on the Fund, given a moderate level of risk.”
One individual in the expert group is Leo de Bever, former CEO of Alberta Investment Management Corporation (AIMCo).
The massive sovereign wealth fund is currently, 60% allocated to stocks, 35% to fixed income and 5% to real estate – a vast difference compared to a decade ago. Norway’s GPFG has hesitated moving into unlisted infrastructure and private equity with two major impediments including fees and opportunities.
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