By Ardi Wirdana
In an exclusive interview, Stellar Kapital Managing Partner Aditya Keo Santoso talks in depth about real sector investments, the Indonesian startup scene and Stellar’s $25-million second fund.
Indonesia’s PT Aryaputra Teguharta (APT) has filed a lawsuit claiming a 32.32% stake in BFI Finance Indonesia Tbk (BFI).
The latest funding round was joined by new investors H&CK Partners, Tigris In0mvestment, Naver, LINE Ventures, and STIC Investments.
Tokopedia’s Vice President of Business, Amit Lakhotia, has resigned from the company.
With the backing of the two VCs, the company says it will develop a new sub-service called Linkr to help companies refine their raw data.
Former Lazada Indonesia Co-CEO Holm and Granziol, who both previously held key positions at Lazada Philippines, will be leaving Lazada Group after more than 4 years with the company.
At $17 million, the proposed investment in Akulaku would be one of the largest in a fintech firm in Southeast Asia.
The Japanese company might be considering taking a more significant stake in the Indonesian bank.
The fund will be used for talent acquisition, marketing, and to add more dealers on the platform and set up eight new inspection points by the end of the year.
Map Active is the sports subsidiary of Mitra Adiperkasa (MAP), Indonesia’s largest retailer of foreign brands.