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China Investment Corporation is World Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund with $1.35 Trillion AUM in 2022, Top 5 Includes Norway, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait & Singapore GIC
7th January 2023 | Hong Kong
China Investment Corporation (CIC) is now the world largest sovereign wealth fund with $1.35 trillion AUM (Assets under Management) in 2022, overtaking Norway Government Pension Fund Global with $1.13 trillion.The top 5 largest sovereign wealth funds in 2022 are China Investment Corporation (CIC) $1.35 trillion, Norway Government Pension Fund Global $1.3 trillion, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority $790 billion, Kuwait Investment Authority $750 billion and Singapore GIC $690 billion.See top 10 ranking below
“ China Investment Corporation is World Largest Sovereign Wealth Fund with $1.35 Trillion AUM in 2022, Top 5 Includes Norway, Abu Dhabi, Kuwait & Singapore GIC “
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Public Investment Fund – $607 billion (Saudi Arabia)
Hong Kong Monetary Authority Investment Portfolio – $588 billion (Hong Kong)
Temasek Holdings – $496 billion (Singapore)
Qatar Investment Authority – $461 billion (Qatar)
National Council for Social Security Fund – $447 billion (China)
Source: Sovereign Wealth Institute
China Investment Corporation (CIC)
China Investment Corporation (CIC) – Headquartered in Beijing, China Investment Corporation (CIC) was founded on 29 September 2007 as China’s sovereign wealth fund incorporated in accordance with China’s Company Law, with a registered capital of $200 billion. CIC was established as a vehicle to diversify China’s foreign exchange holdings and seek maximum returns for its shareholder within acceptable risk tolerance. CIC is mandated to make overseas investments and equity investments in financial institutions in China through its three subsidiaries, CIC International Co., Ltd. (CIC International), CIC Capital Corporation (CIC Capital), and Central Huijin Investment Ltd. (Central Huijin). CIC’s overseas investment activities, undertaken by CIC International and CIC Capital, include public equity and bond investments; hedge fund and multi-asset investments; industry-wide private equity and private credit investments; direct investments and fund investments in sectors such as real estate, infrastructure, resources and commodities, and agriculture; and managing bilateral and multilateral funds. Central Huijin undertakes equity investments in state-owned financial institutions in China. Without interfering in the day-to-day operations of its portfolio companies, Central Huijin exercises its rights and performs its obligations as a shareholder to the extent of its capital contribution. Strict firewalls separate the overseas investment activities of CIC International and CIC Capital and the domestic equity management operations of Central Huijin. CIC has two overseas branches, CIC International (Hong Kong) Co., Ltd.and CIC New York Representative Office.
PENG Chun is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CIC. Immediately prior to this, he served as Chairman and Executive Director of Bank of Communications. Previously, he was Vice Chairman, Executive Director, and President of Bank of Communications. Before that, he worked as Executive Vice President of CIC, and Executive Director and President of Central Huijin. He also held several positions with Bank of Communications, including Executive Director and Executive Vice President; Executive Vice President; Director and Assistant to the President; General Manager of Urumqi Branch, Nanning Branch, and Guangzhou Branch. Mr. PENG, born in 1962, holds a master’s degree in economics from the School of Finance of People’s Bank of China and the title of Senior Accountant.
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