MAVCAP, Malaysia’s largest Venture Capitalist, has grown the venture capital market for the last two decades, enhancing local start-up ecosystem value, increasing funding accessibility, and developing local VC talent.
Operating under the Fund of funds vehicle, we have built a fund size of over RM2bil and backed an outstanding lineups of portfolio funds that are compelling and remarkable.
500 Global’s Southeast Asia funds have backed over 290+ companies, including $1B+ companies Grab, Bukalapak, Carousell, Carsome, FinAccel, and eFishery³. This is just the beginning – we are actively growing to serve more founders, as well as connect startups with capital, expertise, and global networks to help them succeed.
Gobi has raised 17 funds to date, invested in over 380 startups and nurtured 10 unicorns. Gobi has grown to 15 locations across key markets in Bangkok, Cairo, Dhaka, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Karachi, Kuala Lumpur, Lahore, Manila, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Singapore, and Surabaya.
As a Participant of the United Nations Global Compact, Gobi Partners is committed to aligning strategies and operations with universal principles on human rights, labour, environment and anti-corruption to ensure long-term value creation and sustainability across our portfolio.
SuperSeed invest in early stage companies related to information technology (IT) and technology-media-telecommunications (TMT) in Southeast Asia countries including e-commerce, financial tech, logistics, travel platform and services marketplace.
SuperSeed is managed by Gobi MAVCAP Asean Investment Management Limited, a partnership between MAVCAP and Gobi.
Carsome, Delivereat, iPrice, Jirnexu, SuppplyBunny and Nuren are among the portfolio companies of the Fund.
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Meranti Asean Growth Fund, LP (Meranti Fund) Meranti Fund make Series B to Series C venture capital investments in companies in various indutries such as telecommunications, media and technology (TMT), consumer and other technology-driven industries, logistics and Islamic investment (Taqwa Tech – Startups that use technology to serve Muslim consumers, business or communities) around Southeast Asean.
Portfolio companies include Aerodyne, Eureka, iStoreiSend and easyParcel.
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ADIF was launched in 2015 and the investors include MAVCAP, Axiata and JCorp. The Fund’s objective is to invest in companies involved in the digital and internet industry for consumers (B2C) and enterprises (B2B) and as well as digitalisation of other industries (disruptors). The Fund invest primarily in Series A onwards companies.
ADIF is managed by Intres Capital Partners Sdn Bhd, a partnership between MAVCAP, QuestMark Capital Management Sdn Bhd and Teak Capital Sdn Bhd.
Portfolio companies include Katsana, Aerodyne, EasyParcel, TheLorry, Signature Snack, MaidEasy, Happy Bunch and many more.
Vynn Capital Fund was launched in end 2018. The Fund invest in early stage companies around Southeast Asia that has high growth potential or companies in tech industry such digital technology, food and fast-moving consumer goods, logistics and enablers, space, travel and vertical retail.
Some of the portfolio companies are Travelio, Dropee, Pomona and e-Post.
Bizbaz offers financial intelligence solutions to financial institutions, fintechs and e-commerce companies in Asia, including comprehensive consumer and SME profiling and pre-scoring solutions, which enable them to engage the unbanked and underserved populations and organisations in Asia.
Lunex Ventures was launched in 2018. The Fund invests in the fields of crytocurrencies, application tokens, protocol tokens, app coins and other digital and cryptofinance technology that are based on blockchain in the Southeast Asia countries.
Porfolios include Bluewallet, Octowill, Memento Blockchain and Stackseer.
The Fund was newly launched in 2020. AGF is set to invest in companies operating in green energy sector such as solar, hydro, waste to energy and other green energy projects as well as green and environmental technologies in Asia.
Direct investments under MAVCAP’s management.