mysyndication

Toolkit for Investment Syndication in Southeast Asia

Open-source syndication reference aiming to democratize early-stage investments in Southeast Asia.

mySyndication.org was developed through the Frontiers Lab Asia incubator initiative, which is supported by the Australian Government in collaboration with ANGIN (Angel Investment Network Indonesia).

Early-stage entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia

Angel investors, FTFMs, and early-stage women investors interested to invest in Southeast Asia

ESOs and Angel Investment Networks in Southeast Asia

About mySyndication.org

mySyndication.org is guiding multiple investors – whether they be individuals, angel groups, VC funds, etc. – to join together and provide the funding resources to be invested in a certain company.

Key Problems

Structural and legal barriers inhibit investments: The investment implementation in Southeast Asia is costly and inefficient due to the lack of use of legal investment structure options.

Investors don’t know whom to turn to to get supported and guided in all countries.

Solutions

Helping you discovering legal options and implementations to execute syndication in the Southeast Asian region.

Guiding you to discover the right partner organization (s) able to provide you guidance on the syndication/investment execution.

Access Our Syndication Online Toolkit

Tailored to empowering early-stage investors and FTFMs in Southeast Asia by simplifying syndication models.

Entrepreneurs: Fundraise with Us through Syndication

For early-stage entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia who often have difficulties to raise capital (e.g. women-led businesses).

Investors: Invest with Us through Syndication

Express your interest and get to know more about investor syndication models with inputs and support from key stakeholders.

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A Starter Kit to Become Angel Investor

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