Qatar Investment Authority
Qatar Holdings is the largest shareholder in the bank with a 6.6486% stake. It held a 12.7% stake in 2008/2009 until selling 5% in October 2009 for $2.5 billion. The QIA has invested more then $12 billion into the bank. The QIA acquired its 1st stake in Barclays in June 2008 after Barclays raised £4.5 billion from several funds. Qatar Holdings contributed £1.764 billion. Challenger, a fund that manages the personal investments of Hamad bin Jassim bin Jabr Al Thani, Chairman of the Qatar Investment Authority, also took part in the capital raising providing £533 million. As part of the agreement between Qatar Holdings, Barclays agreed to retain the QIA for advisory services in the Middle East. Qatar Holdngs is expected to sell $1.24 billion worth of warrants in November/December 2012. The warrants have to be converted to shares before October 31, 2013.
Temasek first invested in Barclays on July 23, 2007 buying a 1.77% stake for about $2 billion. They increased their stake slightly more a year later in June 2008, with an additional investment of ₤200 million. Temasek sold their entire stake in December 2008 and early January 2009.
The Government Pension Fund of Norway held a 1.68% stake in the company as of December 31, 2009. The stake is valued at $852,176,463.
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The International Petroleum Investment Company (IPIC) holds a 5.2% stake in the bank. It purchased the shares in March 2010. It paid $1.94 billion for the stake. IPIC has had a long history with Barclays. At one point it held 11% of the British bank until selling the majority of it shares to make a profit of over $2.5 billion in June 2009.