Sovereign Wealth Fund Technology: Supreme Fintech Opportunities?

SWFs undoubtedly attract significant attention from third-party providers and a growing customer base.

London, 25 September 2019 –Sovereign wealth funds play an increasingly important role in the management of sovereign-owned assets globally. Broadly, SWFs seek to ensure the long-term security and stability of the countries or states that fund them. Many similarities exist between SWFs and independent asset management firms, including investment operations and technology setup, but unique features and challenges set them distinctly apart. 

This report  examines and explains the rising number of SWFs globally, changing trends in asset allocation, and the overall impact these changes have on SWF operating models and technology requirements. It is based on an evaluation and analysis of publicly available annual reports from the largest 15 SWFs, along with public announcements and board meeting minutes, and it is supplemented by Aite Group interviews with two large SWFs.

This 50-page Impact Report contains 22 figures and three tables. Clients of Aite Group’s Institutional Securities & Investments service can download this report, the corresponding charts, and the Executive Impact Deck.

This report mentions 1Malaysia Development Berhad, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Agresso, Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation, Alberta Investment Management Corporation, Ant Financial, Australia Future Fund, BlackRock Solutions, Bloomberg, Callan Associates, CalPERS, Calypso, Charles River Development,, China Investment Corporation, Elemental AI, FactSet, IHS Markit, JP Morgan Asset Management, Linedata, MSCI, National Social Security Fund of China, N26, National Pension Fund Korea, Noon, Norges Bank Investment Management, Numbrs,  Preqin Solutions, Qatar Investment Authority, Refinitv, SimCorp, SoftBank, State Administration of Foreign Exchange StatPro, Temasek, Tencent, Texas Permanent School Fund, Tokopedia, TrueLayer, Turkey Wealth Fund, Uber, VNPay, Wefox, and WeWork.

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