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LONDON: India is the second most coveted investment market after the United States for sovereign wealth funds and public pension funds, according to a study by asset manager Invesco.
Sovereign investors, which now manage some US$33 trillion (RM150.3 trillion) in assets, have also seen a rapid rise in allocations to private markets, though this development might start to slow with fixed income back in favour, according to the Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management Study published yesterday.,
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“Over the last 10 years, sovereign investors have had the wind at their backs thanks to the secular bull market that emerged from the global financial crisis,” said Rod Ringrow, Invesco’s head of official institutions.
Average annual returns for sovereign investors over the past decade stood at 6.5% and, for sovereign wealth funds alone, at 10% in 2021, Invesco found.
However, 2022 could prove to be a turning point, with higher inflation and tighter monetary policy hitting long-term expected returns.
While the United States remained the top destination, some sovereign investors were keen to rebalance their portfolios, fearing they had become overly reliant on US markets, which left them vulnerable to the correction in equity markets seen this year, Invesco said. — Reuters