From MCI to BNI Ventures, Eddi Danusaputro's Continuous Journey to Support the State-Owned's CVC Scheme
Eddi Danusaputro is appointed as the head of AMVESINDO and leads the Merah Putih Fund operation
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Indonesia's investment ecosystem is said to have a tough time, as affected by the "winter season" in the US, where some sources flow the investment money in this country. However, despite the unfortunate facts, we can learn many things from this situation. Eddi Danusaputro agreed on this as a necessary evil, a maturing process for Indonesian startups, which for a long time has had its seasons in the sun.
Recently departed from MCI (Mandiri Capital Indonesia), Eddi Danusaputro has put all in his power to build and nurture the State-Owned Enterprise's CVC from day one. With limited resources and a small room for experiments, Eddi has led this company to generate 20 investment portfolios. The most recent investment was on Jul 11, 2022, when AgriAku raised $35M. Aside from that, the CVC has had three exits, including the most notable ones, Moka and Jurnal.id.
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