REVEALED: The world's richest wealth funds

With US$627bn in assets Norwegian SWF knocks Abu Dhabi off top spot in rankings
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20. Korea Investment Corporation (South Korea) \nUS$43bn
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19. Mubadala Development Company (UAE) \nUS$53.1bn (Bloomberg)
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18. Revenue Regulation Fund (Algeria) \nUS$56.7m
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17. Kazakhstan National Fund \nUS$61.8bn
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16. Libyan Investment Authority \nUS$65bn
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15. International Petroleum Investment Company (UAE) \nUS$65.3bn
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14. Investment Corporation of Dubai (UAE) \nUS$70bn
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13. Australian Future Fund \nUS$78.2bn (Getty Images)
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12. Qatar Investment Authority \nUS$115bn
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11. National Social Security Fund (China) \nUS$134.5bn
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10. National Welfare Fund (Russia) \nUS$149.7bn
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9. Temasek Holdings (Singapore) \nUS$157.5bn
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8. Government of Singapore Investment Corporation \nUS$247.5bn
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7. Hong Kong Monetary Authority Investment Portfolio \nUS$293.3bn
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6. Kuwait Investment Authority \nUS$296bn
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5. China Investment Corporation \nUS$482bn
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4. SAMA Foreign Holdings (Saudi Arabia) \nUS$532.8bn (Bloomberg)
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3. SAFE Investment Company (China) \nUS$567.9bn
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2. Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (UAE)\nUS$627bn (Credit: Bloomberg News)
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1. Government Pension Fund – Global (Norway) \nUS$656.2bn