CVC veteran Albert Shyy tells GCV Southeast Asian companies have emerged stronger after pandemic-related restrictions, and the expectations of investors and entrepreneurs have also become more aligned.

Now is a great time to invest in Southeast Asia-based companies despite the challenging macro-economic climate, says Albert Shyy, managing director at the investment group Eurazeo.

“Many companies have grown more resilient and adaptable in the face of covid-19 and beyond, and expectations may be more aligned between founders and investors,” adds Shyy, a former corporate venturer who helped Germany-headquartered media group Hubert Burda’s corporate venturing arm, Burda Principal Investments, launch in Singapore.

Shyy remains in Singapore, but…

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Edison Fu

Edison Fu is a reporter and Asia liaison at Global Corporate Venturing.


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