Where in the World is the Kuwait Investment Authority?

Um, Sage
June 2014
AiCIO News;2014, p1
The article focuses on Kuwait's sovereign wealth fund Kuwait Investment Authority (KIA). It mentions that KIA is a large investor in a very small country as well as a government agency which avoids any kind of publicity. Meanwhile, an account created at the Bank of England by Kuwait's emir to collect oil revenues was transformed into a standalone agency.


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