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Falcon House Partners Indonesia Fund I

Falcon House Partners Indonesia Fund I is a USD 212 million PEF investing in midsized, fast-growing companies, primarily in Indonesia with a focus on consumer-related and other domestic demand businesses.

Falcon House Partners Indonesia Fund I

Falcon House Partners Indonesia Fund I is a USD 212 million PEF investing in midsized, fast-growing companies, primarily in Indonesia with a focus on consumer-related and other domestic demand businesses.

About the fund

Falcon House Partners has been founded by the three principals Glenn Yusuf, Brian O’Connor and Samir Soota. As principals of Falcon House Partners, they intend to leverage their common investing experience, extensive networks and good reputation in the Indonesian business community for sourcing and structuring growth capital transactions in Indonesia.

In addressing the lack of risk capital combined with institutional value add for medium-sized companies Indonesia, SIFEM expects the fund to make a significant contribution to the country’s economic development and to the professionalisation of business management in its consumer-driven industries. Furthermore, the fund is expected to contribute to poverty reduction and social development: as part of their rapid expansion, investee companies will create a large number of jobs, mostly for low-skilled workers, and thereby contribute to building Indonesia’s skills base.

Investments by the fund

             
Date Name Country Industry Status
2015 Company 1 Indonesia Healthcare services Active
2013 Company 2 Indonesia Food products and beverages Active
2014 Company 3 Indonesia Food products and beverages Active
2016 Company 4 Indonesia Food products and beverages Active
2013 Company 5 Indonesia Hotels, restaurants and catering Active
Reference code
2012-04
Status
Active
Date of commmitment
August 2012
Date of exit
-
Fund size
USD
200,000,000
SIFEM commitment
USD
12,000,000
Asset class
Private Equity
Investment strategy
Investment through Fund