According to the bank website, "Lakeshore Capital II LP (“Lakeshore II” or the “Fund”) is a US$125 million generalist growth capital fund, targeting investments of US$5-20 million in Thai companies, to acquire significant minority and majority stakes."
According to IFC, "The Fund will be managed by Lakeshore Capital Asia Ltd (the “Fund Manager” or “Lakeshore”). Lakeshore has four partners: Panaikorn Chartikavanij, Anotai Adulbhan, Supawat Likittanawong and Leonard Cohen. Bangkok Bank and the Development Bank of Japan also hold minority stakes in the Fund Manager. Lakeshore II is the successor fund to Lakeshore Capital I LP (“Lakeshore I”), a US$60.7 million fund with the same strategy as Lakeshore II. IFC was an anchor investor in Lakeshore I, which achieved first close in 2014."
Lakeshore Capital II LP
+66 (0)2658 5715
Mercury Tower, 18th Floor, 540 Ploenchit Road, Lumpini, Pathumwan, Bangkok 10330, Thailand
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