Government Investment Unit

Indonesia $0.34 Billion
Established: 2006
Transparency Rating: N/A
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Origin: Non-Commodity
Firm Investment Style: Index
Entity Structure: Fund
Population Est.: 246.9 million – 2012
Pusat Investasi Pemerintah

Summary
Also known as Pusat Investasi Pemerintah (PIP), the Government Investment Unit of Indonesia is a sovereign wealth fund managed by its Ministry of Finance. PIP can invest in a variety of asset classes such as equity, debt, infrastructure, and direct investments. Some of the PIP’s goals are to increase macroeconomic stability, economic growth and government investment.

The fund has also committed some money to work with the Qatar Investment Authority on infrastructure development.

Background
The GIU aims to mimic the success of Singapore’s Temasek Holdings and Malaysia’s Khazanah Nasional.

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Strategy & Objectives
Indonesia’s Government Investment Unit is tasked with stimulating national economic growth through investment in strategic sectors in regards to optimum return and measurable risk.

FY 2010

Portfolio Allocation
84.5% – Special Assignment
a. 16% Toll Roads
b. 84% Electricity

9.5% – Equity
6% – Loans

Governance
It is managed by Indonesia’s Ministry of Finance.

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