Taas is one of the world’s biggest investments companies, with an active presence in Asia and beyond.
The firm has over 3,500 employees, many of whom work in its Asia and Europe divisions.
Taas currently invests 92,000 million euros ($100 million) a year in a range of different investments, from equity to fixed income.
In 2017, Taes reported a revenue of 9,976 million euros.
In an effort to make Taas a more attractive investment platform for the growing global investment market, Taans management has been making some adjustments to the way Taas calculates its returns, in an effort, as Taas’ management explained in a statement, to “better align our performance with the market.”
Taas, however, is not the only one making adjustments to its investment platform.
Taas has made some other adjustments to Taas portfolio in the past few years.
In 2018, the company reported a profit of 7,973 million euros, a 7% increase from the previous year.
In 2019, Tais management said it had invested 2.3 billion euros ($2.4 billion) in the company, a 6% increase over the previous fiscal year.
It’s a trend that has been repeated in recent years.
As Taas has increased its presence in Asian markets, the firm has also expanded its focus on international markets, especially the US and Europe.
Last year, Taos portfolio in Asia grew by an additional 4% to 9,624 million euros (which was a 7.5% increase year over year), bringing its total investments to 11.8 billion euros.
In 2018, Taams portfolio in Europe grew by 9% to 4,939 million euros and in 2020, Taets portfolio in North America grew by 6% to 3,823 million euros while in Latin America it grew by 5% to 1,735 million euros .
The firm also said that it was increasing its investments in the Middle East and Africa to 9% of its portfolio.
In 2018 and 2019, the Taas Global Investment Team increased its capital by 6%, bringing its net investment to 5.6 billion euros, up by 9.9% from 5.1 billion euros in 2018.
The investment platform is now more focused on diversifying the portfolio to better reflect the market conditions and to create better value for shareholders.