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Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute – Consensus Demand Meter Q2 Y 2010 (June)

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The Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute – Consensus Demand Meter is an innovative indicator to track what sovereign wealth funds are demanding in the next three quarters from that relative start date. For Q2 Y2010 (End of June 2010) going forward three months, this Demand Meter indicates how select asset allocations, sectors, and investment strategies rank.

A score of 10, indicates that this area is attractive for the majority or large portion of SWFs. A score of 1, means that SWFs will most likely try to lower exposure from that sector, allocation or strategy. There are many diverse types of sovereign wealth funds with differing objectives, priorities, and goals. This is purely a consensus indicator derived from our Institute’s research and analysis. Not all strategies, asset allocations, and sectors are included in this indicator.


    Our data is gathered through various sources:
    Internal sources
    Public announcements
    Executive investment professionals
    Market & economic research

Alibaba Invests in Series C in 1919 Wines

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On October 18, 2018, Alibaba Group Holding Limited, through Alibaba (China) Network Technology Co., Ltd, invested some 2,000,000,065.08 RMB (US$ 288,447,000) for 39,277,299 shares in a Series C round into 1919 Wines & Spirits Platform Technology Co., Ltd., a Chinese alcohol beverage e-commerce retailer. Post-deal, Alibaba owns about 29% of the company shares and became the second largest shareholder of 1919 Wines. The transaction values 1919 Wines at 7 billion RMB.

GF Securities Co., Ltd. advised 1919 Wines on the transaction.

Formed in 2010, 1919 Wines is based in Chengdu. 1919 Wines owns retail portals, phone apps, and offline stores.

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Nomura and CIC Contemplate Joint Investment Fund

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Japan-based Nomura Holdings is in talks with the China Investment Corporation (CIC) on forming a new investment fund. The fund could be receive commitments up to US$ 1 billion. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

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Temasek Holdings Dumps More of Celltrion

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On October 22, 2018, Singapore’s Temasek Holdings, through its sovereign wealth enterprise (SWE) Ion Investments, entered into its second block deal in selling shares in Celltrion, a South Korean bio-pharmaceutical company. [ Content protected for Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute Standard subscribers only. Please subscribe to view content. ]

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