Project detail - Insitor Partners Pte. Ltd.

Insitor Partners Pte. Ltd.

Status: Approved investment
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Who is our customer

The contracting party is Insitor Partners Pte. Ltd., the Fund Management entity of Insitor Impact Asia Fund II (“IIAF II” or "the Fund"). The beneficiaries will be the portfolio companies of IIAF II, a sector-agnostic Private Equity fund targeting investments in high-growth and scalable businesses active in Cambodia, India, and Pakistan. The Fund exclusively invests in companies providing solutions to low-income households along the main investment themes of better health, sustainable living, and economic growth.

What is our funding objective?

FMO's funding will contribute to a technical assistance (TA) facility for IIAF II, to support its portfolio companies (SMEs). This facility will provide external advisory services to 1) reduce portfolio companies’ risk profile via business model optimization 2) improve portfolio companies’ likelihood of success and revenue via effectively managing core business activities, and 3) scale portfolio companies’ impact and serve underserved populations, including low-income and hard-to-reach groups as well as women.

Why do we fund this investment?

This Technical Assistance (TA) targets SMEs in Cambodia (LDC), India, and Pakistan (LMICs), serving low-income consumers. This aligns well with FMO's focus to support the private sector in these countries, contributing to SDG 8 (economic growth). The project also aligns with FMO’s aim to contribute to SDG 10 (reducing inequalities amongst and within countries). MASSIF funds this project due to its focus on enhancing access to basic goods and services for underserved populations in LDCs and LMICs.

Infrastructure, Manufacturing and Services
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Total FMO financing
USD 0.25 MLN