SWF Investment in Asian Infrastructure

April 24, 2014 by Loch Adamson

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Since 1995, Institutional Investor’s Sovereign Wealth Center has captured 45 sovereign wealth fund investments in Asian infrastructure. From March 1, 1995 — the first direct-investment deal we recorded — through December 31, 2013, 12 funds allocated a combined total of $5.5 billion to the asset class. The vast majority of deals, however, have been struck since January 2006. The busiest year for infrastructure investments was 2010, when three sovereign wealth funds — the Abu Dhabi Investment Council and Singapore’s GIC and Temasek Holdings — finalized a total of eight deals for Asian infrastructure holdings, spending a combined $490 million. The biggest single deal inked by any fund was announced in July 2007, when Temasek…

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