Company Overview of Korea Investment Corporation
Korea Investment Corporation is a sovereign wealth fund of the Government of Korea. It primarily invests in public equity, fixed income, commodities and alternative investment markets such as private equity, real estate, hedge funds, and infrastructure across the globe. For fixed income component of its portfolio the firm seeks to invest in wide range of securities, including government bonds and corporate credit. It also employs external fund managers to make investments in public equity and fixed income markets. The firm benchmarks the performance of its equity portfolio against the Morgan Stanley Capital International All Country, for fixed income portion of its portfolio the benchmark us...
17, 18F State Tower Namsan
Founded in 2005
Key Executives for Korea Investment Corporation
Chief Risk Officer and Compliance Officer
Head of New York Office, Managing Director, and Investment Manager
Head of Research Center, Deputy Chief Investment Officer, Head of Equity Management, Executive Managing Director, and Investment Manager
Head of External Management, Managing Director, and Investment Manager
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Korea Investment Corporation Key Developments
Korea Investment Corporation Announces Executive Changes
Mar 11 14
Korea Investment Corporation named Choo Heung-Sik as new chief information officer, replacing Lee Dong-ik, who left the firm in January. In his new role, Choo Heung-Sik will be in charge of the Korea Investment Corporation's $74 billion in assets. Prior to joining KIC, Choo most recently served at the Bank of Korea (BoK) as head of reserve management group since November 2011.
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