Tag: Norges Bank

Norway’s Government Pension Fund bought NOK 11.34 Billion worth of Malaysian Government Bonds

Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global, the world’s largest sovereign wealth fund with a market value of about NOK11.08 trillion (RM5.48 trillion), has bought NOK11.34 billion (about RM5.44 billion) worth of Malaysian government bonds on 31 Dec 2020, according to latest updates by the Norwegian central bank’s asset management unit. “The fund’s fixed-income investments are allocated…

Norway’s wealth fund has stake in 146 Malaysia-listed companies

Norway’s Government Pension Fund Global is the world’s largest fund and it owns close to 1.5 percent of all shares in the world’s listed companies, including 146 Malaysia-listed companies, Free Malaysia Today reports. The fund is managed by Norges Bank Investment Management and its investment in Malaysia-listed companies includes among others, a 0.26 percent stake…