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Founded in 1999, Armilar Venture Partners, previously Espirito Santo Ventures (E.S. Ventures), has made over 40 investments and currently manages five funds valued over €200 million. It covers Europe and the United States.

Backed by Temasek Holdings and United Overseas Bank, InnoVen Capital has offices in Mumbai, Singapore and China. InnoVen Capital is the largest provider of venture debt to venture capital firms in India. The firm’s China office was established in April 2017.

A partner at Chinese VC firm Ceyuan Ventures, Richard Chen holds a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Management from Carnegie Mellon University in the United States. He is currently CEO of Yifei Investment Holding. Chen is also the founding partner of Huangpu River Capital.

After starting his career in Indonesian automotive conglomerate Astra, businessman Kiwi Aliwarga left the country in 1998 to establish United Machinery in Myanmar with business partner Daw Marlar Win. The United Machinery Group (UMG) is now one of Myanmar's biggest conglomerates. Its original core business, ranging from distribution of generators and other heavy machinery, has been transformed and expanded to include media, leisure and F&B.The venture capital arm UMG Idealab seeks and supports innovative business ideas from the region to bring back to Myanmar. Through UMG Idealab, Aliwarga is exploring various new technologies including passenger-carrying drone taxis. He recently co-founded FROGS in Indonesia with former aircraft engineer Asro Nasiri.

Korea Investment Partners is a venture capital fund established in 1986. It primarily invests in companies from Korea, China and the United States. It has invested a total of more than US$1.7 billion in over 500 companies across various sectors, from social media to medtech.

US-trained veteran software engineer Oby Sumampouw has worked at LinkedIn, Oracle and Google. He holds a master’s in Computer Science from Stanford University. Oby was living in the United States for 13 years before he decided to return to Indonesia and start Cermati.

Founded by tech entrepreneur and investor Teruhide ("Teru") Sato, Tokyo-headquartered Beenos is a seed accelerator and investor in startups from fast-growing countries such as India, Indonesia and Turkey, as well as Japan and the United States. Beenos typically invests between US$100,000 and US$3 million.

UOB Venture Management is a private equity firm backed by the United Overseas Bank (UOB). It invests in growing companies at their expansion stages, with special focus on the Southeast Asia and China markets. Its portfolio is diverse, ranging from food and health companies to petrochemicals and tech businesses like Giosis (which operates e-commerce site Qoo10) and AI-powered marketing service startup Appier.

China Renaissance offers private placement advisory, M&A advisory, securities underwriting, research, sales and trading, investment management and other financial services. It has clients in mainland China, Hong Kong and the United States as well as offices in Shanghai, Beijing, Hong Kong and New York. China Renaissance has facilitated more than 300 private financial transactions collectively valued at over US$20 billion.

Titonius Karto is a former real estate investor who lived in the United States for 15 years. He established Ku Ka, an online marketplace for quality local products, after returning to Indonesia. Titonius holds a Master of Global Management degree from the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University.

Founder and CEO of CarBlock. A successful serial entrepreneur. Lee received his bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from the East China University of Science and Technology and his MBA from Columbia Business School. Lee is the founder and CEO of nonda, a leading connected car company in the United States. He also helped co-found Baixing.com, China’s second-largest online classifieds platform, and formerly served as the Head of New Business Development at eBay and Microsoft.

The Hague-based social impact investor invests in the areas of environment, economic inclusion, health and well-being and follows the socio-economic principles of the United Nation’s Global Social Development Goals. The VC was established in 2019 and to date has invested in four companies. Its most recent investments have been in agritech sustainability monitoring platform Satelligence’s $2.3m seed round and AI-powered sustainable recruiting platform Equalture’s €1m seed round. 

Xie graduated from Carnegie Mellon University in 2012 with a master’s in Computer Science. Upon graduation, he was invited by famous angel investor Hadi Partovi to join startup project Fivestars, which would become the leading customer loyalty solutions provider in the United States. In 2015, Xie returned to China and adapted the Fivestars model to his own startup, Zaihui. Within just one week of his return, Zaihui raised millions of dollars from top Chinese investors.

Vikra Ijas studied at University of Auckland, New Zealand. He earned a Bachelor of Commerce, Marketing & International Business and a Bachelor of Commerce, International Marketing, from 2009 to 2012. He was appointed Chief Marketing Officer at Kitabisa in 2014. He had previously worked at PT Mitra Usaha Sportindo in 2013 to manage projects for Manchester United Soccer Schools in Jakarta, Indonesia. Prior to that, he worked in various sales, marketing and operational roles at Gopher for about 17 months. 

Vivek Ahuja graduated from the United States Naval Academy with a Quantitative Economics degree in 2008. He went on to receive training for nuclear engineering and submarine officer roles in the US Navy, serving on the nuclear submarine USS Michigan for three years. He left the US Navy in 2013 to pursue an MBA at the University of California, Berkeley. Ahuja was briefly involved as a co-founder of payments gateway Xendit, but left the startup to join fintech company Affirm Inc in 2015.

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