Mubadala, ADIA Announce Fresh Investment Endeavors

ADIA manages assets valued at approximately $933 billion.

By Inc.Arabia Staff
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Abu Dhabi's sovereign wealth funds, Mubadala Investment Company and Abu Dhabi Investment Authority (ADIA), have unveiled new investment initiatives in a bid to diversify their investment portfolios.[1]

Mubadala has forged an alliance with Blue Opal Capital, a US-based fund-of-funds venture capital firm, marking its entry as an investor in their second venture capital fund.

Blue Opal Capital's recent venture focuses on a Fund-of-Fund platform, specifically targeting entrepreneurial venture capitalists, with an eye on opportunities within the US market. The firm specializes in investing in emerging venture capital funds and co-investment opportunities.

ADIA made an undisclosed investment in Cheyne's Capital Solutions Program. 

Cheyne Capital's London-based program aims at senior lending against real estate in Europe, encompassing subordinated debt, hybrid credit, and commercial mortgage-backed securities (CMBS) services.

According to data from the Sovereign Wealth Fund Institute (SWFI), ADIA manages assets valued at approximately $933 billion.

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