Our seventh sovereign study examines the ageing cycle, investing at scale, ESG, technology adoption and investment and central bank diversification.
The Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management Study was launched in 2013, with the intention of unearthing perspectives and findings from sovereign investors, the world’s leading asset owners.
Our sixth sovereign study examines the broad adoption of equities, private markets, fees and expenses, central bank objectives and cryptocurrencies.
Our fifth sovereign study examines the shift from investment strategy to business model, the increasing appeal of perceived ‘safe haven’ markets, real estate, ESG and central banks.
Our fourth sovereign study examines the challenge of the low oil price and falling yields, real estate investment, capital flow from emerging to frontier markets, factor investing and central banks.
Our third sovereign study examines the impact of the oil price on sovereign investors, growth and implications of infrastructure investing, asset management strategy evolution, currency management and central banks and their investment portfolios.
Our second sovereign study examines strategic and tactical asset allocations, liability and investment sovereigns, liquidity and benchmarking, performance and capability.
Our first sovereign study examines sovereign segmentation, alternative investing, home-market bias, people and talent and collaboration.