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About CICChina Investment Corporation

China Investment Corporation, with a registered capital of US$ 200 billion, is China's sovereign wealth fund to invest overseas. CIC was established on September 29th 2007 with the issuance of special bonds worth RMB 1.55 trillion by the Ministry of Finance. These were, in turn, used to acquire approximately USD 200 billion of China's foreign exchange reserves and formed the foundation of its registered capital.

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    CIC Denies Losses
    [2008-10-16]
    China Investment Corporation says it will reclaim fully on its investments in the Fund.
    Skittish CIC Sits Out Morgan Stanley Deal
    [2008-10-08]
    Morgan Stanley was too expensive for China's sovereign wealth fund CIC, which has lost a lot of money in the past year.
    CIC Appoints New Supervisory Chief
    [2008-09-28]
    Jing Liqun has been appointed as the new supervisory chief of CIC, the state-controlled fund that focuses on overseas investment.
    CIC Jointly Drafting SWF Rules
    [2008-09-03]
    SWF representatives from all over the world meet with IMF officials to draft generally accepted principles and practices (GAPP)
    State Investor Announces Board Makeover
    [2008-07-17]
    A new chairman and board of directors have been picked to run state-owned Central Huijin Investment.
    CIC’s $200 Billion Question
    [2008-03-05]
    CIC has been an active acquirer in the international financial market, but it needs to address several questions, answers to which may decide the fate of US$ 200 billion under its management.
    Who's Responsible for CIC's Foreign Exchange Loss
    [2008-03-03]
    The foreign exchange losses at CIC due to the rising yuan against the U.S. dollar raise the question of who should be held accountable for the loss.
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cic
    CIC Denies Losses
    [2008-10-16]
    China Investment Corporation says it will reclaim fully on its investments in the Fund.
    Skittish CIC Sits Out Morgan Stanley Deal
    [2008-10-08]
    Morgan Stanley was too expensive for China's sovereign wealth fund CIC, which has lost a lot of money in the past year.
    CIC Appoints New Supervisory Chief
    [2008-09-28]
    Jing Liqun has been appointed as the new supervisory chief of CIC, the state-controlled fund that focuses on overseas investment.
    CIC Jointly Drafting SWF Rules
    [2008-09-03]
    SWF representatives from all over the world meet with IMF officials to draft generally accepted principles and practices (GAPP)
    State Investor Announces Board Makeover
    [2008-07-17]
    A new chairman and board of directors have been picked to run state-owned Central Huijin Investment.
    CIC’s $200 Billion Question
    [2008-03-05]
    CIC has been an active acquirer in the international financial market, but it needs to address several questions, answers to which may decide the fate of US$ 200 billion under its management.
    Who's Responsible for CIC's Foreign Exchange Loss
    [2008-03-03]
    The foreign exchange losses at CIC due to the rising yuan against the U.S. dollar raise the question of who should be held accountable for the loss.
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  • Key People
  • Currently, seven executives oversee day-to-day operations and investment decisions. These include a former executive vice minister of finance, Lou Jiwei; a former vice chairman of the National Council for the Social Security Fund, Gao Xiqing; a former vice minister of finance, Zhang Hongli; and a former director general of the investment department at the National Development and Reform Commission. Altogether, about 50 of CIC's 210 staff members are responsible for investments, and a good number have overseas experience. But the majority joined CIC after leaving junior-level jobs at international financial institutions. And not one had earned a big name for investment prowess before coming to CIC.

  • Chairman: Lou Jiwei Lou is at the same time Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CIC...>>
    Vice Chairman: Li Jiange Li is at the same time Chairman of China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC)...>>
    Executive Director and President: Xie Ping Li is at the same time Chairman of China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC)...>>
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