SWFI First Read, December 30, 2015

India’s NIIF Holds First Official Meeting

The governing council of India’s National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) held its first meeting on December 29th. The council decided to appoint a chief executive officer for the fund by the end of January. The fund will have a corpus of Rs 40,000 crore. Of that amount, Rs 20,000 crore will come from India’s budget and the other half from private investors.

KWAP Looks to Liquidate Foreign Assets

Malaysia’s KWAP is looking to capture gains and liquidate some foreign assets to repatriate income. KWAP seeks to boost Malaysian markets and support measures enacted by Malaysian Prime Minister Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak. Most of KWAP’s investments are domestic, some 89% are invested already in Malaysia.

Royal Dutch Shell Sells Largest NZ Gas Pipeline to Colonial First State

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