New SWF event to be held in London

Whether being portrayed as villains for their opacity and secrecy, or as saviours for shoring up the capital bases of some of the biggest investment banks, sovereign wealth funds have seldom been off the front page of late.

Economic commentators are divided over whether their influence is a good thing. But both detractors and supporters agree that their influence is set to grow.

Central Banking Publications, the publishers of the seminal book on the subject, 'Sovereign Wealth Management'

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