Established in 1964, Yissum is the technology transfer company responsible for protecting and commercializing the intellectual property developed at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. With a track record of more than 110 spin-off companies generating over $2 billion in annual sales, Yissum ranks among the top technology companies in the world with over 8,900 patents, 2,500 inventions and 825 licensed technologies.
Incorporated in 1974, Temasek is an investment company headquartered in Singapore. Supported by 10 offices internationally, Temasek owns a S$275 billion (US$197 billion) portfolio as of 31 March 2017, mainly in Singapore and the rest of Asia. Temasek’s portfolio covers a broad spectrum of industries: financial services; telecommunications, media & technology; transportation & industrials; consumer & real estate; life sciences & agribusiness; as well as energy & resources.
Invatech Holdings represents private groups of investors from North & South America and Israel.
The company specializes in healthcare-related investments in Israel.
Israeli Institutional funds
- The Israeli Teachers’ & Kindergarten Study funds – AUM of over $4.5 Billion.
- The Hebrew University Provident Fund – AUM of over $250 Million.
- Halman-Aldubi Investment Group manages investments of provident study and pension funds
with total AUM of over $4 Billion.
Guangxi Wuzhou Pharmaceutical Group
Guangxi Wuzhou Pharmaceutical Group Co., Ltd. is a wholly owned subsidiary of the Guangxi Wuzhou Zongheng Group, a Chinese investment holdings company traded on the Shanghai Stock Exchange (SHA:600252) with a current market cap of approximately US $2.8 Billion. The parent company focuses on health and food products, while Guangxi Wuzhou Pharmaceutical Group is the largest pharmaceutical company in Guangxi, and among the 20 largest pharmaceutical companies in China.
Arie Capital represents a private group of investors from China and Singapore. It is the first UK-Israel-China fund.