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Review of the Swedish National Pension Funds

Review of the Swedish National Pension Funds

onsdag, 19 november 2014
  • This paper provides a review of the Swedish National Pension Funds based on international good practice and OECD guidelines. The paper focuses mainly on the general size and structure of the funds, the investment framework and the governance of the funds.

Infrastructure Investment in New Markets Challenges and Opportunities for Pension Funds

Infrastructure Investment in New Markets Challenges and Opportunities for Pension Funds

torsdag, 23 oktober 2014
  • This report reviews the existing evidence on pension fund investment in infrastructure in "new" markets, covering a number of non-OECD countries, such as Brazil, China, India, Indonesia and South Africa, as well as some OECD countries like Chile and Mexico.

 Trends in Large Pension Fund Investment in Infrastructure

Trends in Large Pension Fund Investment in Infrastructure

onsdag, 22 oktober 2014
  • Favourable conditions such as the growth of pension fund assets, privatisation trends and changing regulations have increased the interest of institutional investors in infrastructure investment.

The Norwegian Government Pension Fund’s Potential for Capturing Illiquidity Premiums

The Norwegian Government Pension Fund’s Potential for Capturing Illiquidity Premiums

onsdag, 20 august 2014
  • The Norwegian ministry of finance has asked us to investigate the possibilities for the Government Pension Fund Global (GPFG) to profit from liquidity premiums in illiquid investments. Can a large investor with a long horizon, limited short term liquidity needs and high risk bearing capacity, such as the GPFG, profit from these liquidity premiums?

It Pays to Set the Menu Mutual Fund Investment Options in 401(k) Plans

It Pays to Set the Menu Mutual Fund Investment Options in 401(k) Plans

mandag, 28 juli 2014
  • This paper investigates whether mutual fund families acting as trustees of 401(k) plans display favoritism toward their own funds.