Dymon Asia, an alternative investment management firm, has announced the closure of Dymon Asia Private Equity Fund II (DAPE II), a US$450-million (14.3-billion-baht) fund focused on lower mid-market companies in Southeast Asia.
This was the firm’s first fund, which successfully invested in 12 companies across Singapore, Malaysia and Thailand during 2013-17.
“We are excited to be able to continue with our strategy to invest in small and medium-sized companies in Southeast Asia, where we believe there are many uncut diamonds,” said Keith Tan, a partner at DAPE.
“Our partnerships with entrepreneurs and management teams have been very successful so far. We have been able to achieve many of our strategic milestones ahead of schedule, which in turn have resulted in the successful exits of three investments.
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