SINGAPORE, Aug 25 (Reuters) – Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings [TEM.UL] on Tuesday issued an updated charter that described the fund as an investment firm managed on commercial principles, dropping a reference to its role to improve the city-state’s economic base.
“We are operating more overseas, so we like people to have a better understanding of us,” Chairman S Dhanabalan said at a media briefing to present the new version of the Temasek Charter, which outlines the firm’s goals for the future and its relationship with the Singapore government.
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1) Temasek Charter 2002
See here for the background and context of the 2002 Charter
2) Temasek Charter 2009