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SAIF Partners

SAIF Partners

A private equity firm in Hong Kong that focuses on products, services, technology, media, telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, travel and tourism, internet, clean technology, agriculture and manufacturing sectors.

SAIF Partners is a private equity firm in Hong Kong that focuses on products, services, technology, media, telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, travel and tourism, internet, clean technology, agriculture and manufacturing sectors. Founded 2001 in Hong Kong Island by Andrew Yan, this private equity firm invests in early stage ventures, late stage ventures, private equity, seed, and series A-C rounds. Its portfolio companies include Unacademy, Chaayos, FirstCry, Acko General Insurance. As of February 2020, SAIF Partners has made 318 investments. Their most recent investment was on February 11, 2020, when Chaayos raised $18.5M. SAIF Partners has had 35 exits, the most notable of which include MakeMyTrip.com, IndiaMART, and Tantan. The company has raised two funds, their latest being SAIF Partners India VI. This fund was announced on Jun 20, 2017 and raised a total of $350M.

Timeline

2001
Founded

Associated investment funds

People

Name
Role
LinkedIn

Ting Feng

Associate

Annie Li

CFO, Portfolio Management

Chason Dai

Senior Associate

Dong Ren

Associate

Naiken Veerasamy

Director

Ravi Adusumalli

Managing Partner

Sherman Sheng

Principal

Victor Chao

Senior Investment Associate

Yong Hong XU

Venture Partner

Further reading

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Companies

Company
CEO
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Products/Services

AInnovation

Capital Float

Chaayos

Codemao

Mosaic Wellness

Spinny

Taimei Technology

Urban Ladder

WMall

Xreacloud

News

Title
Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Nandita Mathur
November 10, 2020
DealStreetAsia
The proceeds of this fresh funding will be utilised to build a robust network of CityMall Community Leaders and expand supply chain.
March 5, 2020
The Economic Times
Accel, an early backer of Flipkart and Swiggy, estimates that 90% of those who stepped down from the fund ended up starting their own companies.
Sujata Sangwan
December 13, 2019
YourStory.com
In July 2019, the firm had closed its Series E funding at $65 million from its existing investors SAIF Partners and Warburg Pincus, to further strengthen its technology and network coverage.

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