Exclusive: Patamar Capital to raise US$150 million, eyes Series B investments

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The impact investment VC recently scored an exit at Indonesian online-to-offline group buying startup Mapan, when it was bought over by Go-Jek

San Francisco-based Patamar Capital wants to raise US$150 million in a new fund, expecting to reach US$70 million at first close in September.
Formerly known as Unitus Impact, Patamar Capital currently manages about US$45 million, investing in 16 companies, mainly in Indonesia, the Philippines, Vietnam, India and China.
“But we’re almost running out, so we’re raising funds, targeting US$150 million in total… [and so] we might be able to get into Series B as well,” Patamar Associate Ellen Nio told CompassList.
Patamar has focused on Series A financing...
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