Sovereign wealth fund



noun

a state-owned fund of its financial assets; abbr. SWF
Examples

The traditional investment vehicles for sovereign wealth funds are in the form of foreign currency reserves have been the debt instruments, such as government bonds from the industrialized nations.

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