Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management Study 2020

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Invesco Global Sovereign Asset Management Study 2020

Welcome to Invesco’s eighth annual study of sovereign investors. Since the publication of the first report in 2013, the study has evolved to cover 139 institutions, including interviews with chief investment officers, portfolio strategists and heads of asset classes at 83 sovereign funds, and 56 central banks. Together, these investors represent US $19 trillion (as of March 2020).

The five themes in the report look to both build on the work of previous years, and highlight new trends and themes that have emerged over the past year. Fieldwork was carried out in the first quarter of 2020 as the implications of the Covid-19 pandemic were unfolding. Consequently, the response to the immediate shock and dramatic market movements dominated the focus for many respondents. Many were well prepared however, with a drop in valuations and plenty of dry powder making the crisis a good buying opportunity, as discussed in Theme 1. Infrastructure was a focus for some, especially in electricity generation and communications.

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