Sovereign Wealth and Risk Management. A New Framework for Optimal Asset Allocation of Sovereign Wealth
Bodie, Zvi; Brière, Marie (2011-02), Sovereign Wealth and Risk Management. A New Framework for Optimal Asset Allocation of Sovereign Wealth, 30th International French Finance Association Conference, 2013-05, Lyon, France
TypeCommunication / Conférence
Titre du colloque30th International French Finance Association Conference
Date du colloque2013-05
Ville du colloqueLyon
Pays du colloqueFrance
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Résumé (EN)This paper sets out a new analytical framework for optimal asset allocation of sovereign wealth, based on the theory of contingent claim ana lysis (CCA) applied to the sovereign’s economic balance sheet. A country solves an asset-l iability management (ALM) problem between its sources of income and its expenditures. We derive analytically the optimal asset allocation of sovereign wealth, taking explic it account of all sources of risks affecting the sovereign’s balance sheet. The optima l composition of sovereign wealth should involve a performance-seeking portfolio and three hedging demand terms for the variability of the fiscal surplus, and external and domestic debt. Our results provide guidance for sovereign wealth management, particula rly with respect to sovereign wealth funds and foreign exchange reserves. A real-life ap plication of our model in the case of Chile shows that at least 60% of the Chilean asset allocation should be dedicated to emerging bonds, developed and emerging equities. Ch ile’s current sovereign investment is under-diversified.
Mots-clésCentral Bank Reserves; Sovereign Wealth Funds; Asset-Liability Management; Contingent Claim Analysis; Balance Sheet
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