SWFs look beyond Santiago

Although agreement on the Santiago Principles for sovereign wealth funds represents a remarkable achievement, the proof of their effectiveness will come in the implementation phase that has now started.

This was the view of participants at a conference hosted by Central Banking Publications in London on Friday.

Moreno Bertoldi of the European Commission, who has been closely involved with development of Brussels' approach to receiving sovereign investment from outside the European Union (EU)

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