Connect with us

Saudi Prince Mohammed bin Salman’s Potential Gambit on U.S. Infrastructure

Published

on

Institutional investors, including sovereign funds and state pensions, are thirsting for U.S. President Donald Trump to lay out a concise plan for accessing American infrastructure. Countries such as Canada, China, Japan, Qatar and now Saudi Arabia have made it clear publicly and through channels to signal a desire to move institutional capital to fund much-needed U.S. infrastructure.

With Saudi oil wealth being confronted by increased North American shale production, a continued slump in oil prices and the adoption of renewable energy consumption in the U.S. and Western Europe, the country has a multi-part plan to diversify revenue streams. In Saudi Arabia, the thirty-one-year-old Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman Al Saud has been working to modernize state-owned entities and operations in the country. One area of intense local debate is where Saudi Arabia could put its earnings from the planned 2018 initial public offering (IPO) of Saudi Aramco. Saudi Aramco hopes to raise US$ 100 billion in its IPO, selling off a 5% stake.

Public Investment Fund

[ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

Capital Constellation Backs Middle Market PE Platform

Published

on

Capital Constellation is the investment platform owned by the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (APFC), RPMI Railpen, and Wafra Inc. on behalf of the Public Institution for Social Security of Kuwait (PIFSS). [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

Continue Reading

Canadian Pension Giants Could Support Trans Mountain Pipeline Deal

Published

on

The British Columbian (B.C.) government and indigenous groups publicly oppose the Trans Mountain Pipeline project over a number of issues, which include environmental concerns (potential pipeline spills) and land protections. The threat of project derailment sent jitters to Houston-based Kinder Morgan, Inc., requiring the company to halt non-essential spending on Trans Mountain Pipeline L.P. Calgary-based Kinder Morgan Canada Limited, which owns the pipeline, is a listed company that is 70% owned by Kinder Morgan and 30% owned by stock market investors (float). Kinder Morgan Canada hired TD Securities to explore options regarding the future of the pipeline.

[ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

Continue Reading

Goldman Sachs Poised to Name David Solomon as New CEO

Published

on

Goldman Sachs is poised to name David M. Solomon, the firm’s president, as its new CEO, replacing Lloyd C. Blankfein. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

Continue Reading

Popular

© 2008-2018 Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute. All Rights Reserved. Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute ® and SWFI® are registered trademarks of the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute. Other third-party content, logos and trademarks are owned by their perspective entities and used for informational purposes only. No affiliation or endorsement, express or implied, is provided by their use. All material subject to strictly enforced copyright laws. Registration on or use of this site constitutes acceptance of our terms of use agreement which includes our privacy policy. Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute (SWFI) is a global organization designed to study sovereign wealth funds, pensions, endowments, superannuation funds, family offices, central banks and other long-term institutional investors in the areas of investing, asset allocation, risk, governance, economics, policy, trade and other relevant issues. SWFI facilitates sovereign fund, pension, endowment, superannuation fund and central bank events around the world. SWFI is a minority-owned organization.