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Sovereign Wealth Funds Briefing 21.Nov 2013

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Abu Dhabi’s Mubadala sovereign wealth fund said its aerospace unit aims to become a risk-sharing partner of Airbus SAS and Boeing Co. on future plane programs as it develops an engineering-design capability.
Mubadala Aerospace plans to expand from build-to-print activities into design-to-build and take responsibility for 10 or 20 percent of an entire aircraft, executive director Homaid Abdulla Al Shemmari said today in an interview in Dubai……………………………….Full Article: Source

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Singapore’s largest sovereign wealth fund, the Government Investment Corporation, is likely to be the next beneficiary of the wave of Chinese investment in Melbourne real estate, with one of its premier local assets catching the eye of a buyer out of China.
China’s Fu Wah International Group has made a $130 million-plus play for the Park Hyatt Melbourne that GIC’s real estate arm has been looking to offload, sources say……………………………….Full Article: Source

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Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC and business space solutions provider Ascendas Pte Ltd will jointly invest around Rs 3,000 crore towards developing commercial real estate in India.
The money would be invested through Ascendas India Growth Programme (AIGP), in which GIC is a principal investor. The extent of GIC’s investments in AIGP has not been disclosed though……………………………….Full Article: Source

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David Murray has 12 months to work out how Australia’s financial system can be made more efficient. As former chief executive of the Commonwealth Bank and chairman of the Future Fund, he has the pedigree.
As head of the inquiry into Australia’s financial system, he will make recommendations to foster an efficient, competitive and flexible financial system with “stability, prudence, integrity and fairness”……………………………….Full Article: Source

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A major sovereign wealth fund and Hillwood, a real estate investment and development company owned by Ross Perot, Jr., announced the initial closing of a new fund to make direct and indirect investments in industrial real estate, principally large warehouses, across North America.
According to a release, Hillwood will have responsibilities for acquisitions, developments, and joint ventures with other developers. With an expected total equity amount of $400 million - over half of which has been identified and committed - the partnership is expected to deploy more than $1 billion over the next three to four years……………………………….Full Article: Source

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