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Will Hunting Capital was founded by Wang Xinguang, the former vice-president of Phoenix Media Fund, in 2014.

Adtech entrepreneur Italo Gani is set to disrupt Indonesia’s fledgling digital advertising industry as co-founder and CEO of Adskom. He and co-founder Daniel Armanto believe that automated or programmatic ad platforms will boost local budgets for digital media advertisers. Currently the co-founder and chairman of internet marketing agency InboundID, Italo graduated in 1998 with a bachelor’s in Industrial Engineering from the Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB) in Indonesia. He has extensive experience in the adtech and digital media as the former CEO of ad network Adstars and as ex-chief commercial officer mSTARS (PT Antar Mitra Prakarsa).

CAS Technological Achievement Transformation Fund was launched in Beijing in September 2017. It invests in technological projects from the Chinese Academy of Sciences. The fund also plans to invest in other high-quality technology projects by way of Fund of Funds (FOF) and direct investment. It is estimated that the size of its FOF will be RMB 3-5 billion, with 20-30 sub-funds that will focus mainly on emerging industries of strategic importance.

Vynn Capital LP was founded in early 2018 by former Gobi Partners vice president Victor Chua and Darren Chua from Singapore. Victor joined Gobi in 2015 and was on Forbes’ 30 under 30 Asia list 2017: Finance and Venture Capital.The Malaysian VC, with plans to raise a maiden fund of US$40 million, will focus on financing collaborations among large corporates, SMEs and innovative startups in the ASEAN region including Myanmar. It will invest in 15 to 30 companies. with seed funds ranging from US$300,000 to US$500,000 and Series A of US$1 million.

Launched in 2018, Everbright New Economy USD Fund (New Economy Fund) is under the umbrella of China Everbright, a Hong Kong-listed financial conglomerate. The New Economy Fund started from an inaugural fund of US$483m, with US$150m from Bahrain-based asset manager Investcorp. It invests mainly in the e-commerce, smart retail and artificial intelligence sectors. In November 2019, China Everbright and Investcorp announced they will co-manage Investcorp New Economy Fund I and explore the opportunity to establish a successor private equity fund, jointly managed by the two parties, that will target China’s tech sector.

Private equity fund and incubator Balancop Ventures Ltd was founded in 2009 by Herman Wang who is based in Shanghai, China. Balancop will also establish and invest in its own stable of startups, including a telematics service company in China, GM’s Onstar and Toyota’s G-book. Balancop also has offices in Hong Kong and Indonesia.

Founded in 2011, Unitus Impact is a venture capital firm focusing on impact investments in Southeast Asia and India. With offices in Bangalore, Ho Chi Minh city and San Francisco, the VC will soon be renamed as Patamar Capital. It currently invests in scalable businesses that aim to improve the livelihoods of the poor in Asia.

Founded in 1999, Comcast Ventures is the private venture capital affiliate of Comcast Corporation, an American global telecommunications conglomerate. It invests in companies with a focus on advertising, consumption, enterprise services and infrastructure. Comcast Ventures will invest in promising businesses at any stage of development, from seed through late stage.

Toutoushidao Capital was co-founded in 2015 by Cao Guoxiong, partner of Matrix Partners China, and Wu Xiaobo, a well-known financial writer. Mainly targeting the culture and entertainment sectors, it will invest RMB 2 billion–3 billion in the coming three years.

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