See Which Asset Class Returned 315.77% for this Sovereign Fund

private equity

The asset class is not equities or private equity. Keep guessing. It is definitely not a global macro hedge fund. The sovereign fund mentioned posting a 315.77% return for one of its asset classes is not the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) or the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA). It is not the GIC or Temasek Holdings. The mentioned sovereign funds are some of the largest direct investors so far for 2015, according to SWFI’s Sovereign Wealth Fund Transaction Database. The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation’s (APFC) last twelve month return for its True Special Opportunity asset class was 315.77%, crushing all other assets classes. The last twelve month return for private equity was 15.68%. These unaudited returns are being calculated on a time-weighted basis from March 31, 2015, looking back twelve months. Increasingly, sovereign funds have been focused on co-investing, wanting to invest more of their capital per deal than traditional commitment opportunities.

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