13th January, 2021
In 2021, more than 20 companies are planning IPOs to tap capital markets and adventurous sovereign investors are set to be major beneficiaries of the predicted bonanza.
11th January, 2021
The announcement that full diplomatic relations had been restored between Qatar and a Quartet of Arab countries - Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Bahrain and Egypt - removed a cloud hanging over the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA). Yet, the storm had already passed for US$345 billion sovereign wealth fund as it overcame the initial financial impact and, like the Qatari economy, restructured and accelerated investment activity.
8th January, 2021
Singaporean state-owned investor Temasek could be a big winner if Indonesia's ride-hailing and payments firm Gojek and e-commerce leader Tokopedia merge to create a US$18 billion tech giant.
7th January, 2021
Six days after issuing our predictions for 2030, Mubadala has confirmed that is aiming at doubling its AuM in the next decade, which will place them among the world's Top 10 SWFs and fuel the growth, diversification and sustainability of Abu Dhabi.
6th January, 2021
CropIn, an Indian artificial intelligence and data-based agtech startup, raised US$20 million in a funding round led by Temasek subsidiary ABC World Asia.
5th January, 2021
Canadian public pension fund CPP Investments was the first state-owned investor to accelerate out of the starting blocks with a US$200 million commitment to a US$1 billion logistics real estate joint venture in Indonesia.
29th December, 2020
The Nusantara Investment Authority (NIA) may have closed its first fund for investments in domestic infrastructure, from an array of international #SOIs
22nd December, 2020
Congratulations to National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) for the successful closing of its Master Fund, which exceeded the initial fundraising target and includes 2 SWFs and 4 PPFs
22nd December, 2020
One of the big winners of Moderna's FDA approval to produce #COVID19 vaccines is no other than the Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), who invested US$ 100m in their Series G, pre-IPO round in February 2018.
As publicly accountable organizations, state-owned investors are increasingly under pressure to divest from Myanmar as global concern mounts over human rights abuses.