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Temasek Holdings Private Limited (abbreviated as Temasek) is a Singaporean holding company, owned by the Government of Singapore. Incorporated on 25 June 1974 as a Commercial Investment Company, Temasek owns and manages a net portfolio of S$306 billion (as of 31 March 2020), with S$26 billion divested and S$32 billion invested during the year, and 66% exposure to Asia – 24% Singapore and 42% Asia
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Temasek Holdings Private Limited is a Singaporean holding company, owned by the Government of Singapore. Incorporated on 25 June 1974 as a Commercial Investment Company, Temasek owns and manages a net portfolio of S$306 billion, with S$26 billion divested and S$32 billion invested during the year, and 66% exposure to Asia – 24% Singapore and 42% Asia ex-Singapore. It is an active shareholder and investor, and its investments are guided by four key themes – transforming economies, growing middle income populations, deepening comparative advantages and emerging champions. Its portfolio covers a broad spectrum of sectors including financial services, telecommunications, media and technology, transportation and industrials, life sciences and agribusiness, consumer and real estate, energy and resources, as well as multi-sector funds.
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A former employee said this on Indeed "A typical day at Temasek involves performing the daily operations job that I have. The learning opportunities here is the worst. Recommendations are never taken in with consideration and discussion within the team. Not hierarchy. Management need to give a clearer direction of the company strategy so that the ground level staff is aware of big decision made by the management. Need more transparency".

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Temasek Holdings Private Limited is a Singaporean holding company, owned by the Government of Singapore. Incorporated on 25 June 1974 as a Commercial Investment Company, Temasek owns and manages a net portfolio of S$306 billion, with S$26 billion divested and S$32 billion invested during the year, and 66% exposure to Asia – 24% Singapore and 42% Asia ex-Singapore. It is an active shareholder and investor, and its investments are guided by four key themes – transforming economies, growing middle income populations, deepening comparative advantages and emerging champions. Its portfolio covers a broad spectrum of sectors including financial services, telecommunications, media and technology, transportation and industrials, life sciences and agribusiness, consumer and real estate, energy and resources, as well as multi-sector funds.

A former employee said this on Indeed "A typical day at Temasek involves performing the daily operations job that I have. The learning opportunities here is the worst. Recommendations are never taken in with consideration and discussion within the team. Not hierarchy. Management need to give a clearer direction of the company strategy so that the ground level staff is aware of big decision made by the management. Need more transparency".

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Management Team (Former Employee) says

"Organization in growing phase, still attempting to stabilize and formulate business direction"

Senior Officer (Current Employee) says

"A typical day at work involves performing the daily operations job that I have. The learning opportunities here is good, my boss noted my interest in doing a role outside of what i am currently doing and give me the opportunity to try it out. Recommendations are usually taken in with consideration and discussion within the team. Not hierarchy. Colleagues are able to work well with each other and the environment is quite friendly. Management need to give a clearer direction of the company strategy so that the ground level staff is aware of big decision made by the management. Need more transparency.Good overall package, next to MRT, friendly colleaguesAverage benefits, workload is high as teams are quite small but not to the extent of not manageable, Can have more processes and guidelines in place to have a more standardize way of doing things."