Tano Capital is an alternative asset management firm founded in 2004 by Chuck Johnson, formerly Co-President of Franklin Templeton Investments and CEO of Templeton Worldwide Inc. Tano’s mission is to develop innovative investment opportunities in global hard assets as well as rapidly growing companies in India and China that will directly benefit from the domestic consumption growth in both markets. Tano Capital LLC is based in San Mateo, California. It has additional offices in Shanghai, China; Harcourt Road, Hong Kong; Taipei, Taiwan; Ebene Mauritius; and Mumbai, India
Aavishkaar Goodwell is a for-profit business development company that provides equity finance and hands-on support to enterprises active in the microfinance sector in India on a socially and commercially sustainable basis. Aavishkaar Goodwell is a joint initiative of the teams behind Dutch social investment firm Goodwell Investments and Aavishkaar India, the world's first for-profit micro venture capital fund. IntelleCash provides equity linkages to its network partners through Aavishkar Goodwell.
Intellecap is a pioneer in providing innovative business solutions that help build and scale profitable and sustainable enterprises dedicated to social and environmental change. Founded in 2002, it has experience in advising and nurturing social businesses. Intellecap has advised many clients on business strategies in its engagements across countries, and facilitated more than USD 300 million in equity investments. Intellecap also established Sankalp Forum, one of the largest global platforms for inclusive development that brings together 3000 stakeholders across three Summits in India, Kenya and Indonesia.
TR Capital Group is an investment group which is a leader in Asian secondary investments. The firm focuses mainly on Secondary Direct (single company or portfolio of several companies) and Fund Restructuring. With 10 years of track record and a seasoned team dedicated to secondaries in Asia, TR Capital makes concentrated long term investments across industries by acquiring assets and subsequently adding value. The firm has an extensive experience in sourcing, improving and then divesting private equity deals across Asia. It currently manages three funds with capital commitments of USD 400 million, and has a sophisticated base of global institutional investors such as leading banks, pension funds, entrepreneurs and family offices. Since inception, TR Capital has executed 33 transactions and has built a solid track record with TR Capital I (2008), TR Capital II (2012) and TR Capital III (2016). TR Capital has a team of 15 professionals with offices in Hong-Kong, Shanghai and Mumbai. Its investment professionals have significant experience in 2 areas: investing into companies and making them better. TR Capital provides liquidity to investors in an environment where traditional exit avenues are more limited, macroeconomic conditions more challenging, and regulatory guidelines on illiquid investment holdings of banks and financial institutions more restrictive.
Maj Invest is one of Denmark’s leading asset management companies, managing assets for primarily institutional clients. The Maj Invest group was established in 2005 and is today owned by management and employees.
The group comprises the companies Maj Invest Holding A/S, Fondsmæglerselskabet Maj Invest A/S, Maj Invest Equity A/S and Maj Bank A/S as well as a number of companies related to Danish and international private equity. Fondsmæglerselskabet Maj Invest A/S is investment adviser to the Maj Invest mutual funds in Denmark and Luxembourg, which are owned by their members.
Founded in 2001, Aavishkaar Venture Management Services works towards development in India's underserved regions by identifying capable entrepreneurs, enabling them them with capital, supplementing it with a nurturing environment and helping build sustainable enterprises. Aavishkaar's big innovation is the adoption of venture capital methodology to serve the low income market segment by creating scalable enterprises. Aavishkaar's founding team faced the challenge of modifying the investing methodology followed in the Silicon Valley. Funding in the Valley typically focused on new technologies and breakthroughs in intellectual property. Back home, Aavishkaar had to adapt it to brick and mortar, investing in hinterland and rural geographies with a target clientele that had a tiny wallet. At the same time, reasonable returns had to be delivered to investors. This meant that Aavishkaar with its limited capital and resources had to find a large number of start up companies scattered across underdeveloped regions and then invest small amounts of capital in them.
Michael and Susan Dell Foundation India focuses on urban programs that foster high-quality education and childhood health, and improve family economic stability among India's urban poor, including an estimated 7.6 million children living in slums nationwide. Their goals in India are to seek immediate positive impact on the lives of individual children they work with, and to catalyze systemic change. To those ends, they partner with a range of stakeholders, including governments, businesses, NGOs, implementation experts, community organizations and other philanthropies.
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