Friday SWFI News Roundup, February 6, 2015

SMELL TEST: Bankers Show Investa to Sovereign Wealth Funds

Sovereign wealth funds and large institutional investors are gauging interest in Investa Property Group, Australia’s largest listed owner of real estate. Morgan Stanley and UBS have held a series of meetings with prospective institutional investors in Singapore. Interested parties so far are LaSalle Investment Management which is understood to be being advised by Goldman Sachs. LaSalle Investment Management may partner with a deep-pocketed sovereign fund like the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA).

Future Fund Cautions Future Returns and Risk

Australia’s Future Fund released results for the year. Investment executives at the sovereign wealth fund see that “prolonged period of good market returns driven by exceptional policy actions that cannot be sustained indefinitely.”

The sovereign fund has increased relationships with external managers to see more fundamental, bottom-up opportunities.

2 State Bills Can Change North Dakota’s Economic Direction

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