Temasek Posts First Annual Drop in Portfolio Value Since Global Debt Crisis
Temasek Holdings registered an annual drop for the first time in the value of its portfolio since the global financial crisis, due to falls in share prices of its holdings in financial and resources companies. Temasek said its total assets declined 9% to SGD$242 billion in the year ended 31st March from SGD$266 billion a year earlier. Its net profit fell 43% to SGD$8 billion.
“Its total assets declined 9% to SGD$242 billion in the year ended 31st March from SGD$266 billion a year earlier.”
The fund which holds stakes in Standard Chartered PLC. China Construction Bank and Singapore Airlines warned that the current financial year which ends in March 2017 could prove to be challenging.
About China Construction Bank
China Construction Bank (Asia) Corporation Limited [“CCB (Asia)”] is the retail and commercial business platform of China Construction Bank Corporation [“CCB”] in Hong Kong. As of April 30, 2016, CCB (Asia) has 50 branches in Hong Kong and offers a wide array of banking products and services to customers, including consumer banking services, commercial banking services, corporate banking services, private banking services and cross-border financial services, etc.
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