Good corporate governance and sound stewardship will help foster sustainable long term development and progress. At Temasek, we have seeded institutions to build new capabilities and make a difference. We have partnered multilateral agencies to promote good governance and exchange best practices.

Fostering Stewardship and Governance

Stewardship and

International Monetary Fund (IMF)
Santiago Principles

In 2008, we worked actively with the IMF and other investors to develop the Santiago Principles for sovereign investments and we remain firmly committed to these principles.


WMI is Asia's first centre of excellence for developing the future leaders of the wealth management industry. Its Masters of Science in Wealth Management programme is ranked first in Asia and third globally by the Financial Times' Masters in Finance Post-experience 2015.

Stewardship Asia

Stewardship Asia's inaugural Roundtable and Forum in 2015 invited leading corporate leaders and practitioners from 13 countries to share best-in-class practices and experiences in promoting stewardship and corporate governance.

Sim Kee Boon
Institute for Financial

We donated S$10 million in 2008 to the Singapore Management University to establish this Institute for education and research in finance and economics.

A Trusted Steward

A Trusted Steward

Temasek’s role and reputation as a trusted steward depends on our people and values, and our conduct and governance.

Community Stewardship

Community Stewardship

We have a stake in the well-being of our community, and exercise good stewardship through community contributions in order to make a difference.

Touching Lives

Touching Lives

Our Non-Profit Philanthropic Organisations (NPPOs) identify needs and spearhead programmes where they can make a difference to people in our communities.