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What do Abu Dhabi and Singapore Have in Common? Agtech

13th April, 2022

Local geography and resource limitations are driving agricultural tech investments by state-owned investors from the UAE and Singapore.

Lines Between Abu Dhabi’s SWFs Blur as ADQ Continues Diversification

15th September, 2021

Abu Dhabi Inc comprises three SWFs with combined AUM of nearly US$1.2 trillion, but their distinct missions and strategic asset allocation are increasingly blurred as they diversify and expand their private equity footprint.

Cleaning Up the World: Mubadala and Temasek Support Transition Over Exclusion

4th August, 2021

With the drive towards net zero, the logical way asset owners can reduce the carbon intensity of their portfolios is to simply cut out exposure to fossil fuels. It is an easy and quick way to prove sustainability, but selling assets to third parties simply reduces the asset owner’s carbon emissions with little impact on climate change.

Temasek Deepens its Agri-Tech Exposure

26th May, 2021

Singapore is always on the look out for innovation in agriculture to bolster domestic food security. The island city state’s strategic interest combined with Temasek’s appetite for tech venture capital and the emphasis on global sustainable food production is prompting the state-owned investor to deploy capital into agritech solutions.

Temasek Leads SOIs in Agricultural Revolution

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.

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