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About Abu Dhabi Investment Authorityabu-dhabi-investment-authority-logo-thumbnail

ADIA is a public institution established by the Government of Abu Dhabi in 1976 as an independent investment institution. At inception, the
following departments were created: Equity & Bonds, Treasury, Finance & Administration, Real Estate, Local & Arab Investments. ADIA now manages a diversified global investment portfolio across more than two dozen asset classes and sub-categories. We invest directly in global financial markets, alongside trusted partners and through a network of carefully selected external managers.

  • Origin: Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
  • Assets Under Management: US$792 billion

Official Website: www.adia.ae

News & Media: Press Release


Updated on 8th August 2016

 



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