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Global SWF Annual Report 2024: 653 State-Owned Investors with $49.7 Trillion AUM, Top 3 Investors 10-Year Annualised Returns NZ Super +12.1%, CPP +10.9%, AP Fonden +10.4%, Top 8 Sector Allocation for Deals in 2023 are Real Estate 26%, Infrastructure 19%, Financials 18%, Industrials 11%, Consumer 8%, Technology 8%, Healthcare 7% & Energy 3%

12th January 2024 | Hong Kong

Global SWF has released the Global SWF Annual Report 2024, providing key insights into AUM (Assets under Management) & investments of State-Owned Investors (Sovereign Wealth Funds, Public Pension Funds & Central Banks).  In 2023, there are 653 State-Owned Investors with total AUM of $49.7 trillion (2022: $48.3 trillion), Sovereign Wealth Funds AUM $11.2 trillion, Public Pension Funds AUM $23.1 trillion & Central Banks AUM $15.4 trillion.  Top 3 State-Owned Investors by Region – North America 140 ($13.1 trillion), Europe 137 ($10.1 trillion), Asia 119 ($16.7 trillion). Top 3 Countries – United States $11.3 trillion, China $6.7 trillion, Japan $3.1 trillion.  Top 10 Countries – United States, China, Japan, UAE, Canada, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Norway, South Korea, Australia.  Top 3 Sovereign Wealth Funds NBIM (Norway) $1.37 trillion, CIC (China) $1.24 trillion, SAFE IC (China) $1.08 trillion .  Top 3 Public Pension Funds GPIF (Japan) $1.46 trillion, NPS (South Korea) $753 billion, FRTIB (United States) $737 billion. Top 3 Central BanksPBoC (China) $3.3 trillion, BoJ (Japan) $1.23 trillion, ECB (European Union) $1.18 trillion. Top 10 Sovereign Wealth Funds – NBIM (Norway), CIC (China), SAFE IC (China), ADIA (UAE), KIA (Kuwait), GIC (Singapore), PIF (Saudi Arabia), QIA (Qatar), ICD (UAE), Temasek (Singapore).  Top 10 Public Pension Funds – GPIF (Japan), NPS (South Korea), FRTIB (United States), APG (Netherlands), CalPERS (United States), CPP (Canada), NSSF (China), CPF (Singapore), GOSI (Saudi Arabia), CDPQ (Canada).  Top 10 Central Banks – PBoC (China), BoJ (Japan), ECB (European Union), SNB (Switzerland), RBI (India), CBR (Russia), CBC (Taiwan), HKMA (Hong Kong), SAMA (Saudi Arabia), BoK (South Korea).  State-Owned Investors Challenges – Decarbonization of global economy, Risks of geo-economic fragmentation, Rise of artificial intelligence, Market volatility, High interest rates, Competition from asset managers & other players, Challenge of historical assumptions, Conflicting incentives.  Return of Asset Classes in 2023 (Benchmark) – Fixed Income +8.4%, Public Equities +20.7%, Real Estate +8.3%, Infrastructure +2.5%, Private Equity +33.6%, Hedge Funds +5.9%.  Top 10 State-Owned Investors 10-Year Annualised Returns NZ Super +12.1%, CPP +10.9%, AP Fonden +10.4%, PSP +9.8%, Fut +9.7%, NYSCRF +9.6%, CalSTRS 9.5%, AusSuper +9.3%, ATP +9.2%, BCI +9.1%.  Top 3 Investors in Private Market Deals in 2023 PIF (Saudi Arabia) $31.6 billion, GIC (Singapore) $19.9 billion, Mubadala (UAE) $17.5 billion.  Top 15 Recipients of Private Market Investments – United States $82.9 billion, India $16.7 billion, Saudi Arabia $15.9 billion, United Kingdom $15.8 billion, China $8.3 billion.  Top 8 Sector Allocation for Deals in 2023 ($205.1 billion)Real Estate 26%, Infrastructure 19%, Financials 18%, Industrials 11%, Consumer 8%, Technology 8%, Healthcare 7%, Energy 3%.  Sovereign Wealth Funds deals in 2023 – $124.7 billion in 324 deals (Average $385 million).  Public Pension Funds deals in 2023 – $80.4 billion in 268 deals (Average 300 million).  Deal Type in Private Equity – Ventures 4.6%, Co-Investment 32.7%, Direct Private Equity 42.1%.  See below for key findings & summary | View report here

“ 653 State-Owned Investors with $49.7 Trillion AUM, Top 3 Investors 10-Year Annualised Returns NZ Super +12.1%, CPP +10.9%, AP Fonden +10.4%, Top 8 Sector Allocation for Deals in 2023 are Real Estate 26%, Infrastructure 19%, Financials 18%, Industrials 11%, Consumer 8%, Technology 8%, Healthcare 7% & Energy 3% “

 



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Global SWF Annual Report 2024

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Global SWF has released the Global SWF Annual Report 2024, providing key insights into AUM (Assets under Management) & investments of State-Owned Investors (Sovereign Wealth Funds, Public Pension Funds & Central Banks). 

Summary

  1. State-Owned Investors AUM in 2023 – $49.7 trillion (2022: $48.3 trillion)
  2. Sovereign Wealth Funds AUM – $11.2 trillion
  3. Public Pension Funds AUM – $23.1 trillion
  4. Central Banks AUM – $15.4 trillion
  5. Total State-Owned Investors 653 
  6. Top 3 State-Owned Investors by Region – North America 140 ($13.1 trillion), Europe 137 ($10.1 trillion), Asia 119 ($16.7 trillion)
  7. Top 3 Countries – United States $11.3 trillion, China $6.7 trillion, Japan $3.1 trillion
  8. Top 10 Countries – United States, China, Japan, UAE, Canada, Singapore, Saudi Arabia, Norway, South Korea, Australia
  9. Top 3 Sovereign Wealth Funds NBIM (Norway) $1.37 trillion, CIC (China) $1.24 trillion, SAFE IC (China) $1.08 trillion 
  10. Top 3 Public Pension Funds GPIF (Japan) $1.46 trillion, NPS (South Korea) $753 billion, FRTIB (United States) $737 billion
  11. Top 3 Central BanksPBoC (China) $3.3 trillion, BoJ (Japan) $1.23 trillion, ECB (European Union) $1.18 trillion
  12. Top 10 Sovereign Wealth Funds – NBIM (Norway), CIC (China), SAFE IC (China), ADIA (UAE), KIA (Kuwait), GIC (Singapore), PIF (Saudi Arabia), QIA (Qatar), ICD (UAE), Temasek (Singapore)
  13. Top 10 Public Pension Funds – GPIF (Japan), NPS (South Korea), FRTIB (United States), APG (Netherlands), CalPERS (United States), CPP (Canada), NSSF (China), CPF (Singapore), GOSI (Saudi Arabia), CDPQ (Canada)
  14. Top 10 Central Banks – PBoC (China), BoJ (Japan), ECB (European Union), SNB (Switzerland), RBI (India), CBR (Russia), CBC (Taiwan), HKMA (Hong Kong), SAMA (Saudi Arabia), BoK (South Korea)
  15. New Sovereign Wealth Funds FSM, SFRK, PSWF, HKIC, MIC / MIF, VFF (VFMC), EIH, Citizen’s Fund, Welwitschia, FFSB
  16. Pending Sovereign Wealth Funds – Dubai Investment Fund, Sarawak Future Fund, Colombia Public Wealth Fund, Peru Sovereign Wealth Fund, Future Ireland Fund, Portugal Sovereign Wealth Fund, Kuwait Cicada Development Fund, Oman Future Fund, Brazil Fundo Social Pre-Sal, Italy Sovereign Fund

Investments

  1. State-Owned Investors Challenges – Decarbonization of global economy, Risks of geo-economic fragmentation, Rise of artificial intelligence, Market volatility, High interest rates, Competition from asset managers & other players, Challenge of historical assumptions, Conflicting incentives
  2. Return of Asset Classes in 2023 (Benchmark) – Fixed Income +8.4%, Public Equities +20.7%, Real Estate +8.3%, Infrastructure +2.5%, Private Equity +33.6%, Hedge Funds +5.9%
  3. Top 10 State-Owned Investors 10-Year Annualised Returns NZ Super +12.1%, CPP +10.9%, AP Fonden +10.4%, PSP +9.8%, Fut +9.7%, NYSCRF +9.6%, CalSTRS 9.5%, AusSuper +9.3%, ATP +9.2%, BCI +9.1%
  4. Top 3 Investors in Private Market Deals in 2023 PIF (Saudi Arabia) $31.6 billion, GIC (Singapore) $19.9 billion, Mubadala (UAE) $17.5 billion
  5. Top 15 Recipients of Private Market Investments – United States $82.9 billion, India $16.7 billion, Saudi Arabia $15.9 billion, United Kingdom $15.8 billion, China $8.3 billion
  6. Top 8 Sector Allocation for Deals in 2023 ($205.1 billion)Real Estate 26%, Infrastructure 19%, Financials 18%, Industrials 11%, Consumer 8%, Technology 8%, Healthcare 7%, Energy 3%
  7. Sovereign Wealth Funds deals in 2023 – $124.7 billion in 324 deals (Average $385 million)
  8. Public Pension Funds deals in 2023 – $80.4 billion in 268 deals (Average 300 million)
  9. Top 3 Deals in 2023 – All by Public Investment Fund (Saudi Arabia) 1)$4.9 billion in Scopely (United States Gaming Company),  2)$3.6 billion in Standard Chartered Bank Aircraft leasing business, 3)$3.3 billion Hadeed (SABIC Steel unit)
  10. Deal Type in Private Equity – Ventures 4.6%, Co-Investment 32.7%, Direct Private Equity 42.1%

 

Global SWF Annual Report 2024

1) State-Owned Investors

State-Owned Investors AUM in 2023:

  • Sovereign Wealth Funds – $11.2 trillion
  • Public Pension Funds – $23.1 trillion
  • Central Banks – $15.4 trillion
  • Total – $49.7 trillion

State-Owned Investors in 2022:

  • Sovereign Wealth Funds – $10.5 trillion
  • Public Pension Funds – $22.3 trillion
  • Central Banks – $15.5 trillion
  • Total – $48.3 trillion

State-Owned Investors by Region:

  • North America – 140 ($13.1 trillion)
  • Latin America – 73 ($1.1 trillion)
  • Europe – 137 ($10.1 trillion)
  • MENA (Middle East & North Africa) – 62 ($6.6 trillion)
  • Rest of Africa – 83 ($441 billion)
  • Asia – 119 ($16.7 trillion)
  • Oceania – 39 ($1.4 trillion)
  • Total State-Owned Investors 653

Top 15 Countries:

  1. United States – $11.3 trillion
  2. China – $6.7 trillion
  3. Japan – $3.1 trillion
  4. UAE – $2.2 trillion
  5. Canada – $1.8 trillion
  6. Singapore – $1.8 trillion
  7. Saudi Arabia – $1.6 trillion
  8. Norway – $1.5 trillion
  9. South Korea – $1.4 trillion
  10. Australia – $1.3 trillion
  11. Netherlands – $1.1 trillion
  12. Kuwait – $984 billion
  13. Switzerland – $970 billion
  14. India – $901 billion
  15. Taiwan – $801 billion

Top 15 Sovereign Wealth Funds (2023):

  1. NBIM (Norway) – $1.37 trillion 
  2. CIC (China) – $1.24 trillion 
  3. SAFE IC (China) – $1.08 trillion 
  4. ADIA (UAE) – $984 billion
  5. KIA (Kuwait) – $801 billion
  6. GIC (Singapore) – $769 trillion 
  7. PIF (Saudi Arabia) – $700 billion
  8. QIA (Qatar) – $429 billion
  9. ICD (UAE) – $341 billion
  10. Temasek (Singapore) – $288 billion
  11. Mubadala (UAE) – $276 billion
  12. ADQ (UAE) – $199 billion
  13. KIC (South Korea) – $181 billion
  14. Future Fund (Australia) – $64 billion
  15. NDFI (Iran) – $150 billion

Top 15 Public Pension Funds (2023):

  1. GPIF (Japan) – $1.46 trillion
  2. NPS (South Korea) – $753 billion
  3. FRTIB (United States) – $737 billion
  4. APG (Netherlands) – $546 billion
  5. CalPERS (United States) – $452 billion
  6. CPP (Canada) – $427 billion
  7. NSSF (China) – $414 billion
  8. CPF (Singapore) – $413 billion
  9. GOSI (Saudi Arabia) – $320 billion
  10. CDPQ (Canada) – $320 billion
  11. CalSTRS (United States) – $308 billion
  12. AP Fonden (Sweden) – $275 billion
  13. CDC (France) – $260 billion
  14. NYC Compt (United States) – $248 billion
  15. NYSCRF (United States) – $246 billion

Top 15 Central Banks (2023):

  1. PBoC (China) – $3.3 trillion
  2. BoJ (Japan) – $1.23 trillion
  3. ECB (European Union) – $1.18 trillion
  4. SNB (Switzerland) – $811 billion
  5. RBI (India) – $590 billion
  6. CBR (Russia) – $577 billion
  7. CBC (Taiwan) – $570 billion
  8. HKMA (Hong Kong) – $511 billion
  9. SAMA (Saudi Arabia) – $426 billion
  10. BoK (South Korea) – $413 billion
  11. BcBr (Brazil) – $340 billion
  12. MAS (Singapore) – $338 billion
  13. DB (Germany) – $313 billion
  14. Fed (United States) – $241 billion
  15. Bdl (Italy) – $239 billion

Most Popular Asian Cities for Sovereign Wealth Funds Office:

  1. Singapore
  2. Hong Kong
  3. Beijing
  4. Mumbai
  5. Tokyo
  6. Seoul
  7. Shanghai
  8. New Delhi

 

2) Investments 

State-Owned Investors Investment Challenges:

  1. Decarbonization of global economy
  2. Risks of geo-economic fragmentation
  3. Rise of artificial intelligence
  4. Market volatility
  5. High interest rates
  6. Competition from asset managers & other players
  7. Challenge of historical assumptions
  8. Conflicting incentives

State-Owned Investors Proposed Investment Solutions:

  1. Granular total portfolio approach
  2. Joint consideration of alpha & beta drivers
  3. Merge top-down & bottom-up analysis
  4. Find key sources of returns of higher market risk
  5. More investment in private equity to generate alpha
  6. Focus on liquidity & dynamic asset allocation
  7. Pivot between developed market equities & emerging market equities
  8. Broader currency basket
  9. More domestic exposure (infrastructure)
  10. AI-powered portfolios
  11. Integrated ESG & climate alpha
  12. Tactical / private credit
  13. Broader views on asset classes & capital structure 

Return of Asset Classes in 2023 (Benchmark):

  • Fixed Income (S&P500B): +8.4%
  • Public Equities (S&PGL1200): +20.7%
  • Real Estate (S&P500RE): +8.3%
  • Infrastructure (S&PGLInfra): +2.5%
  • Private Equity (S&PLPE): +33.6%
  • Hedge Funds (EH HFI): +5.9%

Return of Asset Classes in 2022 (Benchmark):

  • Fixed Income (S&P500B): -14.8%
  • Public Equities (S&PGL1200): -18.7%
  • Real Estate (S&P500RE): -28.4%
  • Infrastructure (S&PGLInfra): -3.7%
  • Private Equity (S&PLPE): -31.7%
  • Hedge Funds (EH HFI): -3.6%

10-Year Annualised Returns  (2013 to 2022):

  1. NZ Super: +12.1%
  2. CPP: +10.9%
  3. AP Fonden: +10.4%
  4. PSP: +9.8%
  5. Fut: +9.7%
  6. NYSCRF: +9.6%
  7. CalSTRS: 9.5%
  8. AusSuper: +9.3%
  9. ATP: +9.2%
  10. BCI: +9.1%
  11. Alaska: +8.9%
  12. VFMC: +8.9%
  13. Tx TRS: +8.8%
  14. Tx PUF: +8.7%
  15. SBA FL: +8.6%
  16. OTPP: +8.6%
  17. HOOPP: +8.3%
  18. NMSIC: +8.1%
  19. CalPERS: +7.8%
  20. OMERS: +7.5%
  21. Tx PSF: +7.4%
  22. AIMCo: +7.2%
  23. Temasek: +7.1%
  24. PIF: +6.9%
  25. NSSF: +6.9%
  26. MBIIM: +6.7%
  27. WYO: +6.6%
  28. KWSP: +6.6%
  29. CDOQ: +6.5%
  30. GIC: +6.4%
  31. CIC: +6.4%
  32. GPIF: +6.4%
  33. KEVA: +5.7%
  34. ADIA: +5.6%
  35. ND LF: +5.1%
  36. KIC: +4.7%
  37. Samruk: +4.4%
  38. NPS: +4.4%
  39. APG: +4.3%
  40. T&T HSF: +4.2%

 

3) Private Market Investments 

Top 10 State-Owned Investors in Private Market Deals in 2023:

  1. PIF (Saudi Arabia) – $31.6 billion
  2. GIC (Singapore) – $19.9 billion
  3. Mubadala (UAE) – $17.5 billion
  4. ADIA (UAE) – $13.2 billion
  5. CPP (Canada) – $9.4 billion
  6. BCI (Canada) – $7.3 billion
  7. Temasek (Singapore) – $6.3 billion
  8. QIA (Qatar) – $5.9 billion
  9. ADQ (UAE) – $5.8 billion
  10. OTPP (Canada) – $5.3 billion

Top 15 Recipients of Private Market Investments:

  1. United States – $82.9 billion
  2. India – $16.7 billion
  3. Saudi Arabia – $15.9 billion
  4. United Kingdom – $15.8 billion
  5. China – $8.3 billion
  6. Brazil – $7.6 billion
  7. Australia – $7.3 billion
  8. Turkey – $6.9 billion
  9. Japan – $5.4 billion
  10. United Arab Emirates (UAE) – $4.7 billion
  11. Netherlands – $4.7 billion
  12. France – $3.7 billion
  13. Spain – $3.4 billion
  14. Germany – $3.3 billion
  15. South Korea – $2.9 billion

State-Owned Investors Sector Allocation for Deals in 2023 – $205.1 billion 

  1. Real Estate – 26%
  2. Infrastructure – 19%
  3. Financials – 18%
  4. Industrials – 11%
  5. Consumer – 8%
  6. Technology – 8%
  7. Healthcare – 7%
  8. Energy – 3%

State-Owned Investors Sector Allocation for Deals in 2022 – $264.7 billion

  1. Real Estate – 20%
  2. Technology – 18%
  3. Infrastructure – 17%
  4. Financials – 17%
  5. Healthcare – 9%
  6. Industrials – 9%
  7. Consumer – 9%
  8. Energy – 3%

2023 Deals:

  • Sovereign Wealth Funds – $124.7 billion in 324 deals (Average $385 million)
  • Public Pension Funds – $80.4 billion in 268 deals (Average 300 million)

Top 3 Deals in 2023:

  1. Public Investment Fund (Saudi Arabia) – $4.9 billion in Scopely (United States Gaming Company)
  2. Public Investment Fund (Saudi Arabia) – $3.6 billion in Standard Chartered Bank Aircraft leasing business
  3. Public Investment Fund (Saudi Arabia) – $3.3 billion Hadeed (SABIC Steel unit)

Deal Type in Private Equity:

  • Ventures – 4.6%
  • Co-Investment – 32.7%
  • Direct Private Equity – 42.1%

Deals in Venture Capital:

  • Series A – 13 deals ($100 million)
  • Series B – 18 deals ($400 million)
  • Series C – 20 deals ($600 million)
  • Series D – 8 deals ($600 million)
  • Series E to I – 20 deals ($2.6 billion)
  • Pre-IPO – 6 deals ($300 million)
  • Total VC – 85 deals ($4.6 billion)

 

4) Top 15  Sovereign Wealth Funds (2030)

Top 15 Sovereign Wealth Funds (Forecast 2030):

  1. NBIM (Norway) – $2.1 trillion 
  2. PIF (Saudi Arabia) – $2 trillion 
  3. GPIF (Japan) – $2 trillion 
  4. CIC (China) – $1.8 trillion 
  5. SAFE IC (China) – $1.57 trillion 
  6. ADIA (UAE) – $1.48 trillion 
  7. GIC (Singapore) – $1.24 trillion 
  8. KIA (Kuwait) – $1.1 trillion 
  9. NPS (South Korea) – $1 trillion 
  10. FRTIB (United States) – $906 billion
  11. QIA (Qatar) – $836 billion
  12. CPP (Canada) – $832 billion
  13. APG (Netherlands) – $768 billion
  14. CalPERS (United States) – $726 billion
  15. NSSF (China) – $557 billion

 

5) Sovereign Wealth Funds – New & Pending

New Sovereign Wealth Funds:

  1. FSM
  2. SFRK
  3. PSWF
  4. HKIC
  5. MIC / MIF
  6. VFF (VFMC)
  7. EIH
  8. Citizen’s Fund
  9. Welwitschia
  10. FFSB

Pending Sovereign Wealth Funds:

  1. Dubai Investment Fund
  2. Sarawak Future Fund
  3. Colombia Public Wealth Fund
  4. Peru Sovereign Wealth Fund
  5. Future Ireland Fund
  6. Portugal Sovereign Wealth Fund
  7. Kuwait Cicada Development Fund
  8. Oman Future Fund
  9. Brazil Fundo Social Pre-Sal
  10. Italy Sovereign Fund



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