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  2. List of Singaporean exchange-traded funds - Wikipedia

    This is a list of notable Singaporean exchange-traded funds, or ETFs . ABF Singapore Bond Index Fund. CIMB FTSE ASEAN40 ETF. CIMB S&P Ethical Asia Pacific Dividend ETF. db x-trackers CSI300 UCITS ETF. db x-trackers DB Commodity Booster Bloomberg UCITS ETF. db x-trackers DB Commodity Booster Light Energy Benchmark UCITS ETF.

  3. Art Fund - Wikipedia

    Art Fund sponsors the Museum of the Year award (known as the Gulbenkian Prize from 2003 to 2007 and the Art Fund Prize from 2008 to 2012). This is a £100,000 prize awarded annually to the museum or gallery that had the most imaginative, innovative or popular project during the previous year. [11]

  4. Temasek Holdings - Wikipedia

    Website. temasek .com .sg. Temasek Holdings (Private) Limited, or simply Temasek, is a Singaporean state-owned conglomerate owned by the Government of Singapore. Incorporated on 25 June 1974, Temasek has a net portfolio of US$287 billion (S$382 billion) as of 2023, with S$27 billion divested and S$31 billion invested during the year.

  5. Reserves of the Government of Singapore - Wikipedia

    As of 2023, the total size of the reserves has been estimated to be at least S$ 2.5 trillion (2024) ( US$ 1.87 trillion ), based on publicly available data from GIC, [a] Temasek, [b] MAS, [c] and CPF, [d] among others. It is generally assumed that Singapore's reserves are far-reaching and significant. However, the Government has consistently ...

  6. Affinity Equity Partners - Wikipedia

    Affinity Equity Partners is one of the largest dedicated Asian private equity firms and focuses on leveraged buyout and growth capital transactions. Affinity operates as a Pan-Asian firm focusing on investment opportunities in Korea, Southeast Asia, Greater China, Australia, and New Zealand . The firm is independently owned and operated, with ...

  7. GIC (sovereign wealth fund) - Wikipedia

    GIC Private Limited is a Singaporean sovereign wealth fund that manages the country's foreign reserves.Established by the Government of Singapore in 1981 as the Government of Singapore Investment Corporation, of which "GIC" is derived from as an acronym, its mission is to preserve and enhance the international purchasing power of the reserves, with the aim to achieve good long-term returns ...

  8. Jane Street Capital - Wikipedia

    High-frequency trading, Market maker [2] Number of employees. 2,631 [3] ASN. 14969. Website. www .janestreet .com. Jane Street Capital is a global proprietary trading firm. [4] It employs more than 2000 people in five offices in New York, London, Hong Kong, Amsterdam, and Singapore, and trades a broad range of asset classes on more than 200 ...

  9. NTUC FairPrice - Wikipedia

    NTUC FairPrice is the largest supermarket chain in Singapore. The company is a co-operative of the National Trades Union Congress (NTUC). The group has more than 100 supermarkets across the island, with over 160 outlets of Cheers convenience stores island-wide.