It’s a 3-5 year wait before Indonesia starts delivering returns to LPs: DSA Summit

(Left to Right) Joji Thomas Philip, Founder/Editor in Chief, DEALSTREETASIA; Irwan Liem, Head of Investments, Gunung Sewu; Ni Made Daryanti, Chief Investment Officer, Allianz Life Indonesia; Albert Shyy, Principal, Burda Principal Investments; Daniel Budiman, Founding Partner, PT Mahanusa Capital at the Indonesia PE-VC Summit 2019 in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Indonesia is still a nascent market for technology investments, and it would take at least three to five years before Southeast Asia’s largest economy starts delivering returns to limited partners (LPs) on their investments in venture capital funds, according to panelists at DEALSTREETASIA’s Indonesia PE-VC Summit 2019 held in Jakarta on January 24.

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