The Future for the Global Securities Market: Legal and Regulatory Aspects

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Appendix 1

Table Showing Total World Pension Assets

The table below shows total public and private pension funds' assets country by country, in billions of dollars. The figures in brackets show the percentage of assets invested abroad. As with all forecasts in the financial industry, the five year numbers should be considered as indicative.

Country 1989(abroad) 1994(abroad) 1999(e)(abroad)
United States 2,425 (3.7%) 3760 (8.0%) 5936 (12.2%)
Japan 513 (8.4%) 1118 (7.6%) 1750 (14.4%)
United Kingdom 453 (22.7%) 775 (28.0%) 116 (28.0%)
Canada 181 (6.4%) 238 (17.2%) 381 (19.2%)
Netherlands 202 (11.5%) 264 (18.9%) 361 (22.9%)
Switzerland 133 (4.3%) 191 (12.6%) 343 (15.5%)
Germany 84 (4.5%) 124 (3.2%) 177 (5.1%)
Australia 42 (17.5%) 82 (15.9%) 166 (20.5%)
Other 305 (4.3%) 501 (11.0%) 1005 (16.2%)
Total 4338 (7.0%) 7053 (11.2%) 11236 (15.1%)
Source: InterSec Research Corp.

Appendix 2

Table Showing the Total of Securities Issues in the GS Countries Since 1993
US $ MN 1993 1994'94Q4 1995QI
EquitiesBondsTotalEquitiesBondsTotalEquitiesBondsTotal
Germany 11800 441791 453591 17980 383195 401175 3056 104742 1077
France 42421 92817 135238 48246 72572 120818 16316 17972 3428
Japan 11468 1116762 1128230 N/A 1161046 N/A N/A 317172 N/A
UK 24465 91260 115725 21569 54127 75696 2817 11161 1397
US 114200 1432700 1546900 66100 1145100 1211200 11600 323200 334800
Source: OECD, Fin. Stats.

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