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date: 17 October 2019

(p. xv) List of Figures

(p. xv) List of Figures

  1. 2.1 SWF investments in OECD and non-OECD markets (2006–14) 43

  2. 2.2 Value of direct SWF foreign investments by target region (2006–14) 43

  3. 2.3 Value of direct SWF foreign investment by target sector (2006–14) 45

  4. 3.1 Sovereign development fund types 82

  5. 4.1 SWFs by investment orientation (2015) 91

  6. 4.2 Rough typology of strategic South-North SWF investment by target firm and sector 97

  7. 4.3 Abu Dhabi’s SWF-led global developmental network (2012) 102

  8. 4.4 The Austro-Abu Dhabi petrochemicals network (2012) 106

  9. 4.5 Mubadala-GlobalFoundries-AMD-IBM network (2016) 110

  10. 5.1 Association between Truman Scoreboard and societal governance indicators 135

  11. 5.2 Voice and Accountability rating of four selected countries (2000–14) 136

  12. 7.1 Average Polity IV Project Polity Scores by amount of assets under management 162

  13. 10.1 Percentage of SWFs investing in different asset classes 232

  14. 11.1 Stable allocation to direct investments by SWFs 260

  15. 11.2 Co-investment in direct investments by SWFs 265

  16. 11.3 Sector characteristics of the investment deals and their size 268

  17. 13.1 Graphs for benchmark-adjusted volatility ratios 311

  18. 15.1 CIC Global Investment Portfolio Distribution: Diversified Equities 351

  19. 16.1 Proportion of SWFs investing in each asset class (2013 vs. 2014) 371

  20. 16.2 Organizational structure of the CIC 375

  21. 16.3 Industry sector distribution of the CIC’s investments 408

  22. 17.1 Industry distribution of SWF investments 446

  23. 17.2 Marginal effects of each type of acquirer relative to EP SWF based on Model 1 450

  24. 17.3 Predictive margins of EP SWFs with 95% confidence intervals 450

  25. 20.1 Strategic governance types of SWFs 526

  26. (p. xvi) 21.1 Prerequisites for SWF launch and maintenance decision 550

  27. 21.2 GPFG’s investment strategy as at October 13, 2014 561

  28. 21.3 GPFG’s strategic asset allocation as at October 13, 2014 562

  29. 21.4 GPFG portfolio: CEE equity, fixed income holdings, and their total (January 1, 2010 to December 31, 2014) (in US$) 564

  30. 21.5 GPFG’s investment allocation by asset class as at December 31, 2014, including all non-core European property holdings (in US$ and % of the CEE total) 565

  31. 21.6 GPFG’s investment allocation by asset class using global strategic and actual index benchmarking as at December 31, 2014 (in US$ and % of the CEE total) 565

  32. 21.7 GPFG’s investment allocation by asset class assuming equal weights for all non-core* European property holdings as at December 31, 2014 (in US$ and % of the CEE total) 565

  33. 21.8 GPFG—CEE equity portfolio composition by target country as at December 31, 2014 (in US$ and % of the CEE total) 566

  34. 21.9 GPFG—CEE equity portfolio composition by target industry as at December 31, 2014 (in % of the CEE total) 567

  35. 21.10 GPFG—CEE fixed income portfolio composition by target country as at December 31, 2014 (in US$ and % of the CEE total) 568

  36. 21.11 GPFG—CEE fixed income portfolio composition by issuer type as at December 31, 2014 (in US$ and % of the CEE total) 568

  37. 21.12 GPFG—CEE property portfolio composition by target country as at December 31, 2014 (in % of all CEE property projects) 569

  38. 21.13 GPFG’s property holdings (including all non-core European holdings) as at December 31, 2014 (in US$ and % of the CEE total) 570

  39. 24.1 Fiscal balance and copper price 661

  40. 24.2 Gross debt 662

  41. 24.3 Accumulation rule (% of GDP) 663

  42. 24.4 Corporate governance 663

  43. 24.5 Investment policy 665

  44. 24.6 GDP volatility 668

  45. 24.7 Real exchange rate 669

  46. 24.8 ESSF market value 670

  47. 24.9 PRF market value 670

  48. (p. xvii) A11.1.1 The traditional private equity model 270

  49. A11.1.2 The co-investment approach in the private equity model 270

  50. A21.1.1 The Funding Mechanism of the National Wealth Fund 574

  51. A21.1.2 National Wealth Fund’s Assets under Management (in US$Billion and as Percentages of Russian GDP) in Febuary 1, 2008–January 1, 2016 575

  52. A21.2.1 The Funding Mechanism of the Reserve Fund 581

  53. A21.2.2 Reserve Fund Assets under Management (in US$ Billion and as Percentages of Russian GDP) in Febuary 1, 2008–January 1, 2016 582

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