Temasek Review 2019

Fostering Stewardship and Governance

Institutions guided by the principles of good governance and sound stewardship are key to achieving sustainable development. Temasek has established independent public institutions and worked with multilateral agencies to promote these principles and share best practices that enable societies to thrive and prosper.

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    Wealth Management Institute (WMI)

    Established in 2003, WMI is a practice-based education and research institute, aligned to the needs of the finance and asset management industry. In 2017, we gifted WMI as an autonomous institute to the Nanyang Technological University of Singapore, including a financial endowment of over S$10 million.

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    Stewardship Asia Centre (SAC)

    Established in 2011, SAC is a thought leadership centre promoting effective stewardship and governance across Asia. It builds capabilities and platforms that enable organisations to foster enduring success and responsible wealth creation for the long term, and to benefit the wider community and future generations.

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    Sim Kee Boon Institute for Financial Economics

    Established in 2008 within the Singapore Management University, the institute conducts applied financial research that is driven by industry and societal needs. The institute also focuses on financial inclusion and literacy, sustainable finance, financial technology and data and governance.

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    International Monetary Fund (IMF) Santiago Principles

    In 2008, we worked actively with other sovereign investors and other agencies in outbound investing as well as investment recipient countries, in support of the IMF, to develop the Santiago Principles for sovereign investments, and promote good governance and responsible investing.