In an economic environment marked by uncertainty, a leading group of official institutions is responding by developing agile, flexible operating models.
Oxford Economics surveyed representatives from 102 official institutions in September and October 2015. Of these, 52 were central banks, 25 were sovereign wealth funds, and 25 were government pension funds. Respondents covered a range of roles with strategic oversight of their institutions’ investment strategies, including fund managers, portfolio managers, CFOs and strategy directors.
Those surveyed were asked for their views on the investment environment, and answered a series of questions regarding changes they had made—and plan to make—to their operations over the next three years.
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