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Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) Definition
A sovereign wealth fund is a state-owned investment fund used to benefit the country's economy and citizens.
Pula Fund Defined
The Pula Fund is a sovereign wealth fund (SWF) launched by the government of Botswana in 1994. It currently holds about $6 billion.
SAMA Foreign Holdings (Saudi Arabia)
SAMA Foreign Holdings is a sovereign wealth fund (SWF) controlled by the Saudi Arabian Monetary Agency (SAMA).
State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC)
The State Capital Investment Corporation (SCIC) is a state-owned investment fund formed in 2005 by the Vietnamese government.
Brunei Investment Agency
The Brunei Investment Agency (BIA) holds and manages the country of Brunei’s sovereign wealth fund (SWF) and its external assets.
5 Largest Sovereign Wealth Funds
Oil-rich Norway tops the list of the largest sovereign wealth funds in the world.
Generally Accepted Principles And Practices (GAPP)
The generally accepted principles and practices (GAPP), or Santiago principles, promote good governance and transparency amongst Sovereign Wealth Funds.
Excess Crude Account (ECA)
Excess Crude Account (ECA) is a Nigerian government account that is used to save and invest the country's excess revenues generated by the sale of oil.
Public Investment Fund of Saudi Arabia
The Public Investment Fund (PIF) of Saudi Arabia was established in 1971 and provides financing for productive commercial projects that are strategically significant to the development of the Saudi Arabian economy.
SAFE Investment Company (China)
The SAFE Investment Company is the Hong Kong branch of the Chinese sovereign wealth fund.