In choosing investments, the socio-economic and humanitarian needs are emphasized.
The investments may include financing for business development, restructuring, expansion, and acquisitions. Economic development and social well being, use of private assets and indigenous resources, technology application, employment, human resource development, and environmental safety are given emphasis with special focus on developing countries.
The investment categories may include agriculture and food, real-estate, clothing, health care, education, energy, environment, basic and applied technologies, information and communication, mining, manufacturing and service industries, basic industries, transportation and shipping, infrastructure, etc.
The finance and commerce transactions are chosen to achieve the project objectives in each instance.