Sovereign Funds are Helping Strike a New World Economic Balance

ESADEgeo Position Paper No. 18

8 Pages Posted: 23 Aug 2011

Date Written: July 2, 2011

Abstract

Sovereign funds and emerging markets. In 2010, Sovereign Funds (SF) invested over 60% of their portfolios in non-OECD nations. Over US $30 bn of the money came from China, Latin America (basically Brazil) and South-East Asia (Malaysia and Singapore). Sovereign Funds and the Spanish link with Latin America. Recent movements in CEPSA, Iberdrola and Santander show the interest Spain has in entering the burgeoning Latin American market. ESADEgeo: Agenda for activities covering Sovereign Funds. We propose a range of activities combining theoretical arguments and practical activities (SF operations and strategies, drawing up business case studies, annual conferences and a special Executive Education programme).

Keywords: Sovereign Wealth Fund, Asset Allocation, Emerging Markets

JEL Classification: F31, F39, G34, Q33

Suggested Citation

Capapé Aguilar, Javier and Santiso, Javier, Sovereign Funds are Helping Strike a New World Economic Balance (July 2, 2011). ESADEgeo Position Paper No. 18, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1877224 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.1877224

Javier Capapé Aguilar (Contact Author)

IE University ( email )

Calle Maria de Molina 6
Madrid, Madrid 28006
Spain

Javier Santiso

ESADE Business School ( email )

Mateo Inurria 27
Madrid, 28036
Spain

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