According to the bank webpage:
"Circulate Capital Ocean Fund I-B, L.P (“CCOF I-B” or the “Fund”) is a private equity fund targeting investments in waste management and circular solutions that combat plastic waste in Southeast Asia (“SE Asia”) and South Asia (“S Asia”). The fund size is US$50 million (with a hard cap of US$100 million). The Fund has a two-pronged strategy: (i) at least 70% of the Fund to be invested in growth capital in companies across the recycling and waste management value chain in S Asia and SE Asia, and (ii) up to a maximum of 30% of the Fund invested in early-stage companies looking at targeted innovation to combat plastic waste."
Circulate Capital Ocean Fund I-B, L.P
Mr. Rob Kaplan
Founder and CEO
100 Amoy Street, Singapore 069920
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