5 Things Sovereign Wealth Funds Aren’t Telling You
With the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA) breaking 20,000, sovereign investors are not holding back.
Yes, We Still Use Active Managers and Hedge Funds
Yes, a good amount of active management mandates were redeemed by sovereign funds in 2015 and 2016. Despite the monotonous, negative financial press on hedge funds and swift condemnation of active managers by passive managers and financial bloggers, sovereign investors have not given up on the staple of active management. In fact, high-conviction strategies have become the rage for some sovereign investors, according to SWFI Compass, an opportunity and RFP tracker.
Cash-rich Asian sovereign wealth funds are mapping out potential large-scale investments in the United States, hoping to lockup intergenerational capital for yield.
Not Throwing the Towel on Emerging Market Debt
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