Norway’s Sovereign Wealth Fund Shifts External Investment Mandates
The official announcement of the European Central Bank’s bond buying programme has lifted European equities overall – giving a boost to equity institutional investors’ portfolios. Large sovereign funds like Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG) typically have a long-term investment outlook and structured processes when allocating capital to equity and fixed income investments. In October 2014, Norway’s GPFG indicated a move to augment Indian equity holdings as Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi embarked on ambitious investment reforms. Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM), the manager of Norway’s massive sovereign wealth fund, has released 2015 open tenders on a number of external investment mandates. Some notable changes with regard to the released 2015 open tenders are the inclusion of countries where the fund needs external expertise.
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