Early-stage impact investor Patamar Capital has announced a partnership with Vulpes Investment Management Pte Ltd (Vulpes) for the Singapore fund management of its new vehicle, Patamar Fund II, LP, according to an announcement.
“Patamar has partnered with Vulpes because we share the same ethos investing in innovative companies in Asia’s most dynamic and quickly-growing geographies,” said Patamar co-founder and partner Beau Seil.
Patamar typically makes early-stage (Series A) and selective growth-stage (Series B) investments. The firm actively invests in the geographies of India, Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines. It had earlier set aside $2-3 million to invest in woman-focused startups in Indonesia, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
Meanwhile, Singapore-based Vulpes – founded in 2011 by Steve Diggle, the co-founder of Artradis Fund Management – has been managing third-party funds since 2001 and has been actively investing in venture capital in Southeast Asia since 2011.
“Vulpes is proud to work with the most active VC firm driving strong impact through its investments in Southeast Asia over the last 10 years,” said Vulpes founder and CEO Steve Diggle, commenting on the partnership with Patamar.
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