China is the largest investment destination for Temasek Holdings, with Bank of China and China Construction Bank two of its most significant holdings. Finding investment opportunities in Asia is also the key focus for the Singaporean investment company.
Amanda WhiteJuly 13, 2011
The already heavy exposure to Asia of the S$186 billion ($134 billion) Temasek Holdings will be increased over the next decade as the investor favours the long-term secular growth of Asia over global growth. “Directionally, we are likely to increase our exposure to Asia over the next decade, but will continue to maintain the full […]
Amanda WhiteJuly 14, 2010
The S$172 billion ($120 billion) Singaporean investor, Temasek, has made a number of changes to its executive management structure, separating the executive director and chief executive positions and appointing a dedicated head of portfolio management.
Amanda WhiteMay 26, 2010
Seatown Holdings, the fund manager being launched by the $121 billion Temasek, one of Singapore’s two sovereign wealth funds (SWFs), is not a hedge fund. It is a global investment company with a mandate to invest in stocks and bondsÂ – but its size and private structure can enable it to tap sources of return beyond […]
SIMON MUMMEFebruary 24, 2010
The S$185 billion ($134 billion) Temasek Holdings is considering a long-term plan to develop a co-investment platform for retail investors, on the back of a long history of co-investment with private equity funds and other institutional investors.
Amanda WhiteAugust 4, 2009