The world’s biggest sovereign wealth fund will continue to invest in the U.K. no matter what the outcome of Brexit talks.“We remain a long-term and committed investor in the U.K. in all asset classes,” Chief Executive Officer Yngve Slyngstad said at a press conference in Oslo, where the Norwegian fund is based.Macron Sort of Likes the Sound of Corbyn’s Plan: Brexit Update“We have a substantial real estate portfolio in London and we have a substantial investment in the equity markets and the fixed income markets,” he said. “And these will remain at about the same level no matter what the event with regards to these political discussions will be.”
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