Creating better financial and business opportunities

A diverse range of experience gained in more than eight countries, Indover is not owned or influenced by any large institution; this guarantees independent decision making based on Indover collective expertise.

Indover ( Indonesians overseas) was founded in Indonesia in the 1990s to trade on the financial markets and later diversified with investments in precious metal mining , as well as some sports management activities. South East Asia increasingly became the focus and facilitating further expansion and strategic investment in sport, oil and gas and automotive projects.

Whilst, the emerging markets of China , Thailand, Myanmar, Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, Timor-Leste and Indonesia remain important, our team of investment professionals also operate in Europe , South and North America investing in projects as a strategic partner alongside existing management teams. We look for businesses with the potential to grow in value with the assistance of our capital investment and experience. We have a strong focus on change of ownership deals and aim to invest between USD10 million and USD 500 million of equity in each project for listed companies we have dedicated arrangements.

Each continent team operates with a high degree of autonomy to source and manage investments, leveraging our investment franchise but as true local participants. Teams are supported by a global governance structure and investment committee to ensure maximum alignment with our investors.

Company activity is focused in three areas:

Indover Merchant Banking is a single integrated business. Indover provides capital to projects and businesses often where Indover itself is a shareholder and investor. Indover Group is not a bank. Unlike a bank, Indover often invests in the common equity of its projects rather than just providing financing solutions.

Indover Private Equity Division manages requests to invest from third parties. Subject to approval from the Indover Investment Committee, Indover creates an investment fund which is marketed to the group of shareholders to attract further investment. Investors’ money is placed into the fund, and the fund invests in private equity projects subject to appropriate fees. The fund management is mostly out-sourced to banks and/or regulated financial institutions.

The secondary market is where investors buy and sell securities they already own. The national exchanges, such as the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) and the Nasdaq, are secondary markets. Indover has own trading desk in Hong Kong and New York. Indover trade only proprietary for the shareholders of the Group Companies with their own Regulated company in Hong Kong.