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Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation

The Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation (“APFC”) is the largest sovereign wealth fund in the United States. APFC seeks to create positive economic impact and long-term value for Alaskan constituents, the companies they invest in, and the partners with whom they work.


United States

AUM ($B)




Chief Executive

Angela Rodell

Chief Investment Officer

Marcus Frampton


William Moran

Asset allocation
Investments are spread across most markets, countries, and currencies to achieve broad exposure to global growth and value creation taking advantage of the Fund’s long-term horizon and size to generate high returns and maintain wealth for future generations.

39% Public Equities

21% Fixed Income

15% Private Equity and Special Opportunities

7% Real Estate

9% Private Income

6% Absolute Return

1% Risk Parity

2% Cash related articles

Alaska focuses on risk, cautious outlook

A year ago, the Alaska Permanent Fund appointed its first chief risk and compliance officer, Sebastian Vadakumcherry. With current investment conditions, and a move to a more conservative outlook, the relationship between Vadakumcherry and CIO, Marcus Frampton is proving its worth. We look at the fund’s approach to risk, its outlook for capital markets, and how data will give it an edge.

Geopolitics: portfolio implications

For most investors recognising whether geopolitical tensions are a short term blip, or a long-term systemic shift is key to understanding how those risks inform investment decisions. Amanda White spoke to investors about the impact of geopolitical risk on their portfolios.
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