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Aspex Management was founded in 2018 by Hermes Li Ho Kei who was previously the executive MD and Head of Asia Equities at Och-Ziff Capital Management, aka OZ Management. Prior to joining OZ in 2011 Li worked at Goldman, Sachs & Co in Hong Kong.The London School of Economics graduate is now the chief investment officer at Aspex. The Hong Kong firm focuses on equity investments in Pan-Asia, specializing in sectors with long-term market growth potential and companies undergoing structural changes.Aspex led the $64m funding round for South Korean fintech unicorn Toss in August 2019. The P2P money transfer service platform Toss is created by Viva Republica backed by PayPal. Other participants in the round included existing Toss investors Kleiner Perkins, Altos Ventures, Singapore's GIC, Sequoia Capital China, Goodwater Capital and Bessemer Venture Partners.In May 2020, Aspex also invested in another startup Market Kurly, a grocery-delivery service provider that became South Korea’s latest unicorn via the Series E funding round that secured $328m led by DST Global. In July, Aspex also joined the $900m Series C+ funding round of Xpeng Motors, Tesla’s EV rival in China.

Virtual clinic using statistical learning models at the forefront of digital epidemiology to prevent respiratory diseases with 95% accuracy.

Daniel Olea Martín is a software engineer with significant experience in the startup ecosystem where he worked as a senior backend engineer for several years.He is currently CTO and co-founder of Cobee, a fast growing fintech app that helps companies manage employee benefits. Prior to this, he was CTO of another Spanish fintech company, FINN VENTURES.Olea Martín defines his management style as a balance between leadership and hands-on involvement as a way to “empower and motivate engineers and foresee potential troubles that could compromise productivity”. 

Dhanurendra is co-founder and CTO of FMCG supply chain KlikDaily, which he co-founded with Amos Gunawan in 2015. He was also a Mentor / Entrepreneur In Residence at Skystar Ventures and the of Business Development at PT Red Dot Indonesia in Singapore. He obtained his Bachelor of Technology in Information Technology from Universitas Pelita Harapan (UPH).  

Founded in 2006, Abacus Alpha is a German VC that has invested in water or industry service companies instead of the typical tech startups. Based in Frankenthal, Rheinland-Pfalz, it is the investment arm of German multinational, KSB Group, a pump and valve producer. Its most recent investments were the 2019 undisclosed seed funding of industrial tech company Applied Nano Services, the 2018 undisclosed seed round in desalination innovator Salinova and the 2017 undisclosed seed investment in AddVolt, pioneer of renewable energy generation technology to replace diesel engines for cold chain transport.

Serena Ventures is a venture capital investment firm founded by professional tennis player and businesswoman Serena Williams. The company focuses on early-stage companies founded by young, diverse teams. Since it was founded in 2014, it has invested in more than 30 companies with a cumulative market cap of $12b. Coffee brand Kopi Kenangan is its first investment in the Indonesian market. Serena Ventures has invested in notable companies like plant-based meat maker Impossible Foods, cryptocurrency exchange Coinbase, as well as Serena Williams’ own fashion label, S by Serena.

Horizons Ventures is a Hong Kong-based venture capital firm that manages the personal investments of Li Ka-shing, one of Hong Kong’s richest businessmen. Horizons’ investments cover a wide range of tech, media, and telecommunications companies. Standouts include artificial intelligence company DeepMind (acquired by Google in 2014), plant-based meat replacement makers Impossible Foods, and video conferencing software Zoom. It has also backed consumer-facing businesses like Atomo Coffee in Australia, Kopi Kenangan in Indonesia, and US-based distilled spirits company Endless West.

Joe Zhou graduated from Beijing University of Technology in 1982 and worked five years as a lecturer at his alma mater. In 1987, he went to study in the US and obtained a master’s at the New Jersey Institute of Technology in 1989. He stayed in New Jersey and worked for five years at AT&T Bell Labs and its spin-off Lepton Inc.In 1995, Zhou returned to work in China as the VP of UTStarcom China until 1999 when he joined Softbank China Venture Capital as the head of its Beijing office. In October 2001, he became a partner at Softbank’s SAIF for five years. In 2007, he became a founding managing partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers China. In April 2008, he co-founded Keytone Ventures as managing partner.

Carlos Gallardo is an industrial engineer with an MBA from Stanford University. He spent most of his career at the pharmaceutical company Almirall and was promoted through the ranks rapidly holding multiple C-level roles. He became the MD for UK and Ireland for over five years and joined Almirall’s board of directors in 2014.In 2015, he founded CG Health Ventures, a VC firm investing in early-stage digital health companies worldwide. He’s also an active angel investor and advisor for startups developing frontier technologies in the healthcare sector. 

Rothenberg Ventures is a Silicon Valley VC, also previously known as Frontier Technology Venture Capital. Based in San Francisco, the VC was also a spin-off from River Ecosystem. Founded with seed capital of $5m raised by Mike Rothenberg in 2012, the firm has invested in more than 100 startups in VR/AR, AI, machine learning, drones, robotics and space. In 2016, the VC and its founder were investigated by the US Securities and Exchange Commission. In 2018, Rothenberg himself and the VC were charged with fraud. Rothenberg has resigned from the firm and agreed to be barred from the brokerage and investment advisory business for five years. The SEC is seeking $18.8m disgorgement penalties and $9m civil penalty plus $3.7m pre-judgement interest.

Headquartered in Washington DC, IDB Lab is the innovation arm of the Inter-American Development Bank Group (IDB) Group . Its investment vehicle, IDB Invest, aims to finance projects that foster innovation and inclusion in Latin America and the Caribbean area. .  IDB Invest provides many types of financial support. It operates through blended finance to mobilize capital flows into emerging markets or provides loans to test new business models or injects equity into business ventures.

BRI Ventures is the corporate VC arm of Indonesian state-owned bank BRI. It was established in 2019 and brought in Nicko Widjaja, who previously worked for MDI Ventures (another state-owned CVC linked to Telkom) as their CEO. They have a stake in the state-linked e-wallet company LinkAja as well as bill aggregator service AyoPop. Their investment activities began in earnest in 2020, with their participation in TaniGroup's Series A+ and Investree's Series C rounds.

East Ventures-backed microbiome personalized skincare firm is also known for helping produce Indonesia's first Covid-19 test kit, as part of state R&D collaboration.

Toro Ventures is a VC fund based in Monterrey, Mexico, with offices in San Francisco. Led by entrepreneurs Elsa Treviño and Tuto Assad, the fund helps tech startups raise seed capital as well as build a network of family offices and business angels interested in investment opportunities in the Latin American tech ecosystem.Toro Ventures also supports big companies looking to innovate by connecting them with startups from relevant industry verticals. In December 2018, it made its biggest investment to date: €2 million in Spain's BEWE. Established in December 2016, the company has invested in nine startups, to date. 

Ballesteros is one of Spain's most prominent serial entrepreneurs and business angels, and the man behind some of the most successful acquisitions in Spain and Latin America. Cabify, Woom Fertility and co-investments with Seaya Ventures form part of his investment portfolio. His first entrepreneurial experience started in 1997 with online classified ads platform Ocioteca.com and MundoSalud (acquired by Sanitas of Bupa Group). One of his biggest successes has been on-demand food delivery platforms, SinDelantal in Spain and SinDelantal Mexico, both acquired by Just Eat in 2013 and 2015, respectively. He is currently sole founder of Bewe SaaS for beauty and wellness professionals. 

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