OMFIF publishes its second edition of Global Public Pensions, which provides insights into the portfolio allocations of a curated group of 100 leading global public-sector asset owners.

That group of investors appear to have had a “pretty good” COVID crisis, with total assets of the 100 funds growing by around 10%, to $14.4tn, as equity markets maintained their bullish run and bonds remained apparently immune from a correction.

However, OMFIF analysis reveals that more than 50% of the increase in assets was driven by just four funds, primarily thanks to a massive increase (+$ 360Bn) in Japan’s GPIF (Government Pension Investment Fund) size.


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