In the past, the Sovereign Wealth Funds of Singapore was viewed as a paradigm for global Sovereign Wealth Funds due to its outstanding management performance and successful management model. Regardless of Government of Singapore Investment Corporation and Temasek Holdings (Pte) Ltd, these two major Sovereign Wealth Funds constructed divergent development trajectories and investment patterns. Except for collectively improving Singapore's political-economic power around the world, they also benefited Singaporean citizens financially. Through theory of ”interdependency” and ”economic incentives,” this study analyzes the meaning of the development of Sovereign Wealth Funds in Singapore since its origin. The significance and competitive advantage became salient especially after the 2007 economic crisis caused by the subprime storm in the U.S. However, it was evident that the phenomenon of large exporting funds and enterprise amalgamation gradually aroused other countries awareness.