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World’s Biggest Wealth Fund to Shift Away From Standard Indexing

Posted on 23 September 2014

Norway’s $880 billion sovereign wealth fund, the world’s largest, said traditional global indexes are no longer an appropriate model on which to base its investments. “A new framework for the management of the fund may facilitate a development where we as the management take greater responsibility by defining a tailor-made reference portfolio,” Yngve Slyngstad, the fund’s chief executive officer, said.
The global indexes the investor currently follows don’t “represent the best starting point,” he said. The fund, which gets its capital from Norway’s oil and gas wealth, is seeking to boost returns and expand into new asset classes. After getting its first capital infusion 18 years ago, the investor has steadily added risk, expanding into stocks in 1998, emerging markets in 2000 and real estate in 2011 to safeguard the wealth of western Europe’s largest oil exporter………………………………………..Full Article: Source


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