REPORT: How Saudi Arabia Can Have the Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund


Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, son of King Salman and a chief political powerbroker, revealed publicly that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia intends to have a colossal sovereign wealth fund, in addition to the current massive pool of foreign reserves being managed by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA).

Some estimates see Aramco as high as US$ 10 trillion, while some analysts base it at the lower range of US$ 100 billion due to the proximity of government-control concerns.

How can asset managers seize upon this probable scenario?

What would drive the value of Saudi Aramco? Obviously, many oil giants are trading at relatively low market capitalizations compared to years before 2013.

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