Company Overview of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority is a sovereign wealth fund of The Emirate of Abu Dhabi. The firm invests in the public equity, fixed income, private equity, real estate, infrastructure, and alternative investments markets across the globe. For its equity investments, it seeks to invest in stocks of small cap companies. The firm’s alternative investments include managed futures, commodities, and hedge funds diversified across long/short, macro, relative-value, event-driven and market-neutral equity strategies. For the fixed income investments, it invests in a combination of global government bonds, global inflation-linked bonds, emerging market bonds, and global investment-grade credit. For pr...
211 Corniche Street
PO Box 3600
United Arab Emirates
Founded in 1976
Key Executives for Abu Dhabi Investment Authority
Executive Director of Operations
Executive Director of Accounts
Executive Director of Treasury
Executive Director of Real Estate
Executive Director of Internal Audit
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Key Developments
AMP Capital Consortium Reportedly Acquire Angel Trains
Jun 19 15
AMP Capital Investors Limited may sign an agreement to acquire Angel Trains Group Ltd. in a deal valued at AUD 5 billion, according to sources. The deal may be announced as early as next week, sources added. Arcus Infrastructure Partners LLP may sell its 42% stake in Angel Trains, sources said. Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Swiss Life Holding AG (SWX:SLHN), PensionDanmark A/S and a large Asian sovereign fund are part of the consortium along with AMP Capital, AMP said in a statement. According to sources, SAFE Investment Company Limited is the Asian sovereign fund. AMP Capital knows the asset, has completed due diligence and has a preferred position to buy it due to its pre-emptive rights, AMP said in a statement. “AMP Capital’s valuation work and business case has been agreed and finalized and it is ready to acquire Angel under the right of first offer that AMP Capital has.” AMP said. Macquarie Group Ltd., PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, CMS Cameron McKenna and SDG are advising AMP. A spokesman for Abu Dhabi Investment Authority declined to comment to Bloomberg.
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Appoints John Pandtle to the Newly Created Position of Head of the U.S. in its Internal Equities Department
May 27 15
The Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA) announced that it has appointed John Pandtle to the newly created position of Head of the U.S. in its Internal Equities Department, effective immediately. Based in Abu Dhabi, Mr. Pandtle will lead a team of portfolio managers and be responsible for developing strategy and overseeing the management of U.S.-focused investment portfolios within the Internal Equities Department. He will report to Greg Eckersley, Global Head of Internal Equities. With over twenty years of equity research and asset management experience, Mr. Pandtle joins ADIA from Eagle Asset Management.
Sahara Reportedly Eyes Grosvenor House Hotel
May 27 15
Sahara India Pariwar Ltd. is in race to acquire Grosvenor House Hotel, which has been put on sale by Bank of China Limited (SEHK:3988) after a ‘technical default’. Sources stated that Sahara is still negotiating a ’refinancing’ deal to transfer the Bank of China loans to some other lender and has also entered the bidding fray for Grosvenor House through a ‘financier’ backed by some global banks to ensure a better valuation of the property. Other bidders in race include Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, Fosun International Limited (SEHK:656), Constellation Hotels Holding Limited and M&G Investment Management Limited. Deloitte and JLL have been mandated to find a buyer.
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