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Government Pension Investment Fund (GPIF)

Government Pensions Investment Fund (GPIF) manages and invests Japan’s pension reserve fund, which is used to pay Employee’s Pension Insurance and the National Pension. GPIF’s overarching goal is to contribute to the stability of the national pension scheme by securing investment returns with minimal risk and a long-term focus. GPIF is the largest public fund investor in Japan by assets and is currently the largest pool of retirement savings in the world.





Performance (%, 1YR)


Chief Executive

Masataka Miyazono

Chief Investment Officer

Eiji Ueda


Hirohide Yamaguchi

Asset allocation

26.79% Domestic Bonds

24.39% Foreign Bonds

24.49% Domestic Equities

24.32% Foreign Equities related articles
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