IFSWF publishes members' Santiago Principle Self-Assessments
POSTED ON: 28 February 2017
The International Forum of Sovereign Wealth Funds (IFSWF) has published its 29 members’ Santiago Principle self-assessments. These include an assessment by the New Zealand Superannuation Fund. These are fully accessible online.
Accompanying the self-assessments is a study, Trends in Transparency: Santiago Principle Self-Assessments 2016, by a team from SovereigNET at the Fletcher School, Tufts University. The study, drafted with the support of the Governance Committee and the IFSWF Secretariat, highlights the major trends from the self-assessment documents.
From IFSWF: "We believe this is an important milestone for sovereign wealth fund transparency and disclosure. The self-assessments provide the international financial community with valuable insight into members’ policies and structures."