According to the bank document, "the Fund seeks to generate returns from making private equity investments in medium-sized companies in Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia and the Philippines. The Fund focuses on three sectors:
(i) consumer goods and services,
(ii) financial services, and
(iii) industrials and logistics".
According to the project document, "Archipelago Asia Focus Fund II L.P. (Fund or AAFF II) is a mid-market control-driven private equity fund investing across Southeast Asia, specifically in Indonesia, the Philippines, Malaysia and Thailand. The Fund is managed by Archipelago Capital Partners (Fund Manager or ACP) based in Singapore".
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