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Company Overview of Abu Dhabi Investment Authority

Company Overview

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

Abu Dhabi,  

United Arab Emirates

Founded in 1976

Phone:

971 2 415 0000

Fax:

971 2 415 1000

Key Executives for Abu Dhabi Investment Authority

Executive Director of Operations
Executive Director of Private Equity
Age: 65
Executive Director of Accounts
Executive Director of Treasury
Executive Director of Real Estate
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority Key Developments

Abu Dhabi To Reportedly Acquire Coroin

Abu Dhabi Investment Authority is understood to have sent a letter declaring its interest to Coroin Limited with a £1.6 billion takeover bid, Sunday Times reported.

Morgan Stanley Reportedly Received Interests From 30 Parties For Investa

At least 30 parties have reportedly expressed interest in $8.9 billion Investa Office and land business in Australia owned by Morgan Stanley (NYSE:MS). The first round of bidders likely to be finalized in a matter of weeks. BlackRock, Inc. (NYSE:BLK), Blackstone Mortgage Trust, Inc. (NYSE:BXMT), LaSalle Investment Management, Abu Dhabi Investment Authority, and Goldman Sachs special opportunities fund are also likely to be a bidder.

Cheung Kong Withdraws From Fortum's Grid Bid

Cheung Kong Infrastructure Holdings Ltd. (SEHK:1038) has pulled out of the bidding for Fortum Oyj (HLSE:FUM1V)'s grid in Sweden after the price rose too high. According to Bloomberg, a consortium made up of The Goldman Sachs Group, Inc. (NYSE:GS), 3i Group plc (LSE:III) and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority as well as GIC Pte. Ltd. and a group led by Borealis AG are still bidding. Macquarie Group Limited (ASX:MQG) pulled out of the bidding process earlier in February 2015. Final offers are due in early March 2015. Bloomberg's sources say that the price could rise to more than €6 billion.

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