The Sovereign Fund of Egypt deploys a multi-sector approach to its investment strategy delving into various sectors directly or through its subfunds
TSFE Multi-Sector Strategy
TSFE Tourism, Real Estate & Antiquities Subfund
Egypt’s distinctive historic standing and abundance of underdeveloped land mass provide The Sovereign Fund of Egypt and its partners ample opportunity for access to unique assets with a high potential of monetization.
TSFE Infrastructure & Utilities Subfund
While the Ancient Egyptians built irrigation networks to sustain themselves, TSFE has built a comprehensive support system for all that is central to Egypt’s economy and will continue to expand upon it for future generations.
TSFE Healthcare & Pharma Subfund
Healthcare & Pharma industry, as pioneered by our ancient ancestors who practiced medicine with highly professional methods, is widely recognized as a pillar of healthy economic growth and prosperity.
TSFE Financial Services & Fintech Subfund
Starting at grain banks in ancient Alexandria, Egypt has always been a regional hub for financial services.
TSFE Pre-IPO Subfund
The Sovereign Fund of Egypt has established a Pre-Initial Public Offering Subfund (“Pre- IPO Subfund") in September 2020, that aims to offer a chance to institutional investors to obtain stakes in partially or fully State-Owned Enterprises (“SOEs”) ahead of their Initial Public Offering.
Ancient Egyptians invented Mathematics, Metallurgy and Astronomy, and they did this by pursuing education. One of Egypt’s highest priorities since ancient times, education comes with unmatched benefits economically and socially.
Ancient Egyptians achieved colossal growth by utilizing their local resources effectively in different industrial fields, while operating through a well-structured barter system, following in their footsteps with a vision to build a stronger manufacturing sector with high value addition.
Food and Agricultural Industries
The Sovereign Fund of Egypt identified and critically prioritized the food and Agricultural sector.
Egypt has come a long way since using the paintings and etchings that our ancestors communicated, so far that it is now heavily reliant on telecommunication to run day-to-day operations.