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Korea Investment Corporation (KIC)

Korea Investment Corporation (KIC) is South Korea’s sovereign wealth fund established in 2005. Its mission is to preserve, enhance and efficiently manage public funds in the international financial markets.

Country

South Korea

AUM ($B)

$183

Performance

13.71

Chief Executive

Seoungho Jin

Chief Investment Officer

Daeyang Park

Chair

Seoungho Jin

Asset allocation
KIC invests in traditional and alternative assets. Traditional assets include listed or highly liquid financial assets such as equities and fixed-income investments. Alternative assets, which can capture risk premiums associated with illiquid investments, include private equity, real estate, infrastructure and hedge funds.

40.8% Equities

35.5% Fixed Income

8.1% Other

5.9% Private Equity

6.2% Real Estate and Infrastructure

3.3% Hedge Funds

0.2% Cash Equivalents

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