Invesco has joined the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute as a member. The global Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute membership program is for leading asset managers and service providers engaged in the public investor community. Some of our members include the largest asset managers in the world.
Invesco Ltd. is one of the world’s leading independent global investment management organisations serving retail, institutional and high-net-worth clients around the world. Our sole focus is investment management; with no distractions from competing interests, all our global resources and local commitment are focused on providing clients with the investment expertise and client service they seek.
To achieve our mission of helping investors worldwide build their financial security, Invesco Ltd. draws on the strength of its global resources.
With US$778.7 billion* in assets under management, specialised investment teams with distinct perspectives deliver diversified investment strategies. We offer a wide range of single-country regional and global capabilities across major equity, fixed income and alternative asset classes, delivered through a diverse set of investment vehicles. Our wide range of investment capabilities is designed to support a variety of financial objectives.
Our distinctive combination of independent thought within individual investment centres and collaboration across investment centres combines the reach and resources of a global organisation with the focus and attention of a boutique firm: our investment capabilities are both diverse and specialised; we are global in reach yet local in presence and our processes are disciplined yet can be delivered in customised ways. All of which distinctively positions Invesco Ltd. to keep pace with clients’ evolving investment needs worldwide.
Invesco is dedicated to deepening and broadening its efforts among state-sponsored agencies and has been serving sovereign wealth funds (SWFs) and central banks around the world for over 25 years. As well as offering strategies that meet their risk and return objectives, Invesco has been active in the industry in its efforts to understand SWF behaviour and in dispelling popular misconceptions through its public research. We constantly strive to find innovative ways to serve our clients and add value, whether through forming strategic partnerships or by acting as a solution provider in investments and in knowledge transfer programs. SWFs represent a past and future commitment for Invesco as we continue to be passionate about our clients’ success through the pursuit of investment excellence.
* Invesco as at 31 December 2013
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The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), a United Nations programme headquartered in New York City, has partnered with Norges Bank Investment Management (NBIM) to facilitate a series of meetings between companies to discuss issues surrounding children’s human rights.
According to the news release, “the network will facilitate dialogue between leading brands and retailers in the garment and footwear industry to strengthen children’s rights.”
NBIM is invested in many listed companies and have invited them to join a network to tackle these issues. Over the next two years, the organizations plan to hold three workshops as well as quarterly meetings surrounding these issues.
“Over time, we hope and expect that the network will contribute to improved market practices among companies and greater respect for children’s rights,” says Carine Smith Ihenacho, Global Head of Ownership Strategies, in a NBIM press release.
The China Investment Corporation (CIC) has long struggled with its investments in coal assets, specifically in globally-listed coal miner SouthGobi Resources Ltd, which operates its flagship coal mine in Mongolia. In November 2009, CIC and SouthGobi Resources inked a convertible debenture deal. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]
MSCI, a stock index company whose benchmarks influence investor behavior, has tremendous indirect power impacting the stock markets of smaller economies. In 1988, MSCI released its emerging markets index, a now-widely-used benchmark for many institutional investors wanting access to growth markets. China and South Korea make up the majority of the benchmark, but smaller economies such as Poland, Chile and even Qatar make up other pieces of it.
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