In 2019, Global Public Investors – central banks, sovereign funds and public pension funds – are widening their radius even further
The policies of 750 institutions with worldwide assets of $37.8tn have a profound effect on global markets. They are crucially important for growth prospects, the investment climate and capital markets. In monetary, financial, trade and regulatory policies, they are deeply bound up with the international economic currents of co-operation and conflict.
The 2019 annual edition of the Global Public Investor surveys GPI’s performance and practices across a wide range of investments as well as their activities in the digital economy, sustainable investment and Islamic finance. Contributors include governors and economists from central banks and pension funds in Greece, Austria, Hong Kong, Singapore, France, South Africa, Mexico, Hungary, Netherlands, Japan, Philippines, and the United Kingdom.
GPI interactive databank
OMFIF offers a comprehensive interactive online databank available as a practical resource for the reserves management and research departments of all Global Public Investors, and their counterparts in the asset management and banking community.
Comprehensive data analysis looks at the global distribution of GPIs and the full GPI top 750 ranking by assets under management, where registered users can filter six years’ worth of GPI data by type of institution, and region, to chart changes in AUM and other trends.
– View changes in AUM over six years
– Filter by type and region
– Compare individual GPIs and regions