Temasek Remains Bullish on Asia

July 12, 2013 by Loch Adamson

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Temasek's Fiscal Year 2012-'13 Investments by Region and Asset Type ($Billions) TEMASEK HOLDINGS' much-anticipated recent annual review revealed how bullish the Singaporean fund still is on the Asia-Pacific region. Temasek is probably the world’s least diversified sovereign wealth fund given that it invests almost exclusively in Asian equities. It does so with very little help from external managers, outsourcing just 10 percent of its portfolio. The investment theme for the year has been overall confidence in Asian economic growth and the affluence of the region’s emerging middle class. The annual review shows that as of March 31, the end of fiscal-year 2013, Singapore and Asia as a whole accounted for 71 percent of Temasek’s 215 billion Singapore dollar ($173 billion) portfolio, almost the same as at the end of fiscal 2012, when they stood at 72 percent. Australia and New Zealand made up 13 percent (down from 14 percent in 2012),…

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