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Portfolio Overview

In 1988, the National Pension Fund was first created at KRW 53 million. The value of the Fund exceeded KRW 100 trillion in 2003 and now reaches to KRW 855 trillion as of the end of January 2021. In this stage, the NPSIM puts focus on maintaining stable returns and diversifying risks by scaling down the allocation to domestic fixed income and increasing the investment in domestic and foreign equities and alternatives under a portfolio diversification strategy.

Fund Portfolios

(Unit: KRW in Trillion, as of Jan 2021)
Total Fund is 99.9%(Financial Investments), 0.1%(Welfare Areas . Others). Financial Investments is 44.6%(Fixed Income), 44.6%(Equities), 10.8%(Alternatives).
Fund Portfolio list
Amount Weight
Total 855.3 100.0%
Welfare Sector 0.2 0.0%
Financial Investment 854.1 99.9%
Domestic Equity 180.0 21.0%
Global Equity 201.3 23.5%
Domestic Fixed Income 330.9 38.7%
Global Fixed Income 47.6 5.6%
Alternatives 92.2 10.8%
Short-term Assets 2.1 0.2%
Others 1.0 0.1%
* For your understanding, we provide information on our portfolio status above after every two months.
Note that the figures above are provisional, not official.

Portfolio Breakdown

(Unit: KRW in Billion, as of Jan 2021)
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Current
(preliminary)
2021
(preliminary)
2020
(preliminary)
2019 2018 2017 2016
Total (market value) 855,274 855,274 833,728 736,654 638,781 621,642 558,299
Public Sector - - - - - - -
Welfare Sector 181 181 180 166 145 143 140
Financial Sector 854,103 854,103 833,138 736,079 638,217 621,018 557,682
Domestic Equity 179,969 179,969 176,696 132,261 108,914 131,520 102,359
Global Equity 201,330 201,330 192,752 166,528 112,961 108,279 85,658
Domestic Fixed Income 330,915 330,915 326,099 320,751 310,993 289,401 279,344
Global Fixed Income 47,630 47,630 44,883 30,462 26,587 23,274 23,215
Alternatives 92,158 92,158 90,660 84,295 76,620 66,817 63,667
Short-term Asset 2,101 2,101 2,049 1,782 2,143 1,727 3,438
Other 991 991 409 408 420 481 478
Note: The figures above might not add up due to rounding.