VC Ecosystem Awaits Government's Further Steps to Encourage Venture Capital
AMVESINDO has established key strategies to encourage venture capital development in Indonesia
Following its publication POJK No. 25 of 2023, The Indonesian Venture Capital Association for Startups (AMVESINDO) released a roadmap for developing venture capital companies (PMV) in Indonesia. Regulations regarding capital and licensing are known to be in conflict venture capital (VC) in Indonesia is a key strategy that will be encouraged by the association.
This road map seeks to provide an overview of the current development of PMV and its challenges, as a reference for policy makers. For example, challenges regarding funding sources for venture capitalists, especially those carrying out capital investment business activities.
Currently, the majority of PMV funding sources come from loans. About 32% of venture capital assets are funded from loans. Meanwhile, venture funds can be an option for expanding PMV funding sources.
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