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Government Pension Fund Global (Thailand)

The Government Pension Fund (GPF) is a defined contribution fund. It was established on March 27th, 1997.The GPF is designed to provide an add-on defined contribution scheme to the existing defined benefit scheme administered by the Finance Ministry (Old Civil Services Scheme) and to promote contractual saving and long-term investments. Also, as one of the country’s largest institutional investors and of the UN PRI’s signatories, GPF plays a leading role as a responsible investor by both adopting and encouraging corporate governance and ESG practices in the investment community.





Performance (%, 1YR)


Chief Executive

Srikanya Yathip

Chief Investment Officer

Arsa Indaravichai and Man Chutichudet


Krisada Chinavicharana

Asset allocation

59.97% Fixed Income

17.61% Equities

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