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Temasek says it doesn’t have any direct exposure to SVB: Bloomberg

Felicia Tan
Felicia Tan • 1 min read
Temasek says it doesn’t have any direct exposure to SVB: Bloomberg
The response comes after the state-owned company checked with its portfolio companies to see how much exposure it has to SVB. Photo: Bloomberg
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Singapore’s Temasek Holdings does not have direct exposure to Silicon Valley Bank (SVB), according to a March 12 article by Bloomberg.

The response comes after the state-owned company checked with its portfolio companies to see how much exposure it has to SVB. Other funds such as Sequoia Capital China and ZhenFund and Yunfeng Capital did the same, says the Bloomberg report.

“A Sequoia Capital China representative said the company couldn’t immediately comment, while ZhenFund didn’t respond to a request for comment during non-business hours… Yunfeng said it notified teams to do a quick internal inquiry into potential exposure to SVB and warned portfolio companies to take action to avoid risk. Yunfeng itself doesn’t have deposits with SVB,” reads the article.

SVB became the biggest US lender to collapse since the 2008 financial crisis when it was shut down by Californian regulators on March 10.

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