In 1996, just one technology company ranked among the top 10 global earnings performers. At the end of 2016, six were on that list. According to experts at the Boston Consulting Group, the shift of the technology sector from the outskirts to the center of the investment world has refocused the strategies of sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), which are becoming an increasingly important source of funding for tech companies. getAbstract recommends this astute report to investors, financial professionals and technology entrepreneurs on the look-out for financing.
In this summary, you will learn
- Why technology companies are becoming an increasingly important part of sovereign wealth funds’ (SWFs) portfolios,
- How SWFs and the tech firms they invest in benefit from the relationship, and
- What SWFs can do to increase the odds of success for their tech investments.
About the Authors
Markus Massi, Alessandro Scortecci and Pratik Shah are with the Boston Consulting Group.
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