LIKE ABU DHABI, Mubadala
is taking stock after an initial growth spurt: seeing where it
might go from here, weighing up its successes and failures.
In contrast to the more
financial returns-focused sovereign wealth funds, Mubadala is
much more in line with the fashion post-financial crisis and
post-Arab Spring. Indeed, it doesnt even like to think of
itself as a sovereign wealth fund. Its ownership is 100%
governmental. But its focus is on domestic development.
"Essentially what we do is deploy capital, not only for
financial gain but also to help advance...