The Next Generation

October 11, 2013 by Loch Adamson

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From Left: Kristian Flyvholm, Jin Liqun, Bader al-Sa’ad, David Murray and Adrian Orr Photo: Tor Martin Bærum / Ministry of Finance, Norway AS BURLY Norwegian security guards manned the doors to the ballroom in Oslo's Radisson Blu Plaza Hotel on October 2, immaculately dressed delegates to the fifth annual meeting of the International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds filtered through for the first day of private presentations and panels. The gathering is singular for its exclusivity. Hosted by Norway's Ministry of Finance, the two-day event brought together representatives of the world's wealthiest and most powerful sovereign wealth funds to debate the latest trends in investment management, brainstorm about asset allocation strategies for long-term owners and discuss the importance of shareholder engagement in maintaining good corporate governance practices in portfolio companies. The first day, which was open only to sovereign wealth fund delegates, gave them time to debate the…

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