EDBI

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EDBIExport Development Bank of Iran
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This article presents research aimed at uncovering and documenting perceptions of leaders of EDBI about strategic directions based on Q methodology.
Jim Watson's appointment, along with the recent investment by EDBI in Singapore, signals Appcelerator's commitment to the APAC region," said Song Chuang, Research Director from Gartner.
The Treasury said in a statement, late on Friday, that following the CISADA finding, Elaf "immediately engaged the Treasury Department and began an intensive course of action to stop the conduct that led to the CISADA sanction, including freezing EDBI accounts at Elaf and reducing its overall exposure to the Iranian financial sector.
Founded in 2004, Sotera Wireless is venture backed by Cerner Capital, Delphi Ventures, EDBI, Intel Capital, Qualcomm Incorporated acting through its venture investment group Qualcomm Ventures, Safeguard Scientifics (NYSE:SFE), Sanderling Ventures, and West Health Investment.
Singapore's EDBI is lead investor for Smaato's expansion financing
a leading digital media and technology venture firm in Asia and Singapore's EDBI Investments Pte Ltd.
The $18m project was implemented within 18 months - with $11m provided by EDBI and $7m financed by Damascus.
With this financing, Temasek joins new and existing investors including 5AM Ventures, Arboretum Ventures, JAZZ Venture Partners, Novartis, Singapore-based EDBI, and the Bridge Builder's Collaborative.
EDBI, Karst Peak Capital, Heliconia, Heritas and other investors also participated in the round.
This financing round was led by Temasek, EDBI, Karst Peak Capital, Heliconia, Heritas and other investors.
The funding round, which attracted significant interest from both new investors and existing shareholders, was led by Hearst, one of America's largest diversified media, information and services companies, and also included additional new investors Singapore-based EDBI and clients of DBS private bank.
EDBI provided a 200-million-euro credit in 2006-8 for Cuba to import goods and services from Iran, 80 million euros of which were used.