Integrating Positive Social & Environmental Changes with Superior Financial Performance

Preferred Partner of High Impact Entrepreneurs

Institutional Grade Private Equity Fund Manager Investing with Impact and ESG Lens

Integrating Positive Social & Environmental Changes with Superior Financial Performance

Preferred Partner of High Impact Entrepreneurs

Institutional Grade Private Equity Fund Manager Investing with Impact and ESG Lens

JICP Whitepaper No.2 – Case for Demand-Side Climate Actions

Phenix Virtual Impact Summit 2021 | 31 March 2021

Supply-side climate actions, epitomized by utility-scale solar & wind power plants, alone cannot take us far enough to combat climate change. More demand-side climate actions are needed. JICP’s second whitepaper aims to provide a structured overview of various demand-side climate actions and explore their potential in Southeast Asia.

AVCJ Q&A – JI Capital Partners’ Melissa Kang

Asian Venture Capital Journal | 11 July 2019

Melissa Kang helped raise Morgan Stanley’s first global impact fund before striking out on her own with JI Capital Partners. She explains why Southeast Asia should prove fertile ground for the strategy.

The Edge Interview – JI Capital Partners’ Kian Woon Yap and Wan Hoon Han

The Edge Singapore | 12 August 2019

Private Equity (PE) impact investors should look at small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Southeast Asia as these companies are ready to embrace sustainability practices and are able to have a direct impact on society, according to JI Capital Partners Pte Ltd. Managing Partner, Kian Woon Yap and Head of Research, Wan Hoon Han explain further in this interview.

JICP Whitepaper No.1 – Impact Investment Sweet Spot in Southeast Asia

March 2019

Southeast Asia is fast catching up in Impact Investing, accelerated by the rising public awareness of the region’s social and environmental challenges. The region’s divergent set of social, economic and demographic factors offer a fertile ground for impact opportunities. 

JICP’s first whitepaper highlights that the impact investing via the private equity route targeting the under-served SME segment possibly presents the best impact outcome, significantly benefiting the overall well being of the human capital in the region, and contributing directly and meaningfully to United Nation’s SDGs.