NZ Super picks Charles Hyde to fill a key role as head of asset allocation at the $40 billion sovereign wealth fund.
New Zealand Super tapped its head of portfolio investments to fill the role of general manager — portfolio completion.
Singapore's Temasek is establishing a holding company in pursuit of synergies among its four asset management subsidiaries.
The Future Fund tapped an AMP Capital executive as the sovereign wealth fund's next head of listed equities.
Singapore's Temasek announced a series of salary freezes and cuts in sympathy with portfolio companies' COVID-19 struggles.
KIC, a Seoul-based sovereign wealth fund, reported a 15.4% investment gain for 2019, boosting its portfolio value to $157.3 billion.
The CEO of Australia's A$168.1 billion Future Fund will leave the sovereign wealth fund Feb. 28 to take the helm at IFM Investors.
China Investment Corp., the Beijing-based sovereign wealth fund, said the value of its investment portfolio was nearly unchanged in 2018.
Future Fund reported its strongest fiscal year return in four years for the 12 months ended June 30 amid a shift to equities from cash.
Singapore's Temasek announced a modest 1.49% investment return and growing focus on private markets as global growth prospects weaken.
Tay Lim Hock, deputy group CIO and president (Europe) with Singapore's GIC, will become the sovereign wealth fund's COO, effective July 1.
Australia's Future Fund appointed Alicia Gregory as the sovereign wealth fund's head of private equity.
Australia's New South Wales set up a sovereign wealth fund with A$3 billion in seed money to better manage public debt.
The Future Fund said organizational changes should make the sovereign wealth fund "more nimble," improving investment, tech and risk functions.
NZ Super will invest a minimum NZ$100 million in Fidelity Life, New Zealand's largest locally owned life insurance company.
New Zealand Super shifted its portfolio's 40% global equities passive allocation to a customized low-carbon index.
China Investment Corp. reports a 6.22% investment gain on its overseas investments for 2016, rebounding from a 2.96% decline the year before.