Norway's sovereign wealth fund celebrates "stunning" $1 trillion value Reuters.
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I don't think anyone expected the fund to ever reach $1 trillion when the first transfer of oil revenue was made in May 1996," said Chief Executive Officer Yngve Slyngstad of Norges Bank Investment Management, which operates the fund. "Reaching $1.
opportunities for raising returns that Norway's wealth fund once saw in infrastructure and private equity (and spent years trying to get political approval to buy) no longer exist, according to Yngve Slyngstad, the CEO of Norges Bank Investment.
Norway first deposited oil and gas profits into the fund in May 1996 and CEO Yngve Slyngstad said nobody at the ... according to data from the company that handles the fund, the Norges Bank Investment Management. While there are bigger investment funds.
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Norway first deposited oil and gas profits into the fund in May 1996 and CEO Yngve Slyngstad said nobody at the time had expected it to hit the trillion dollar mark, calling the growth "stunning." The fund invests proceeds from the country's oil and.
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This gives a total return of 499 billion kroner, which is the best half-year return measured in Norwegian kroner in the history of the fund,” said Trond Grande, deputy CEO of Norges Bank Investment Management . However, Grande added that “we cannot.
Reaching 1 trillion dollars is a milestone, and the growth in the fund's market value has been stunning", said Yngve Slyngstad, chief executive officer at Norges Bank Investment Management.The fund's administrators said that on Tuesday 19 September 2017 at.