The directory showcases capital providers,
investors and backers in Impact
Investment in Indonesia.


Impact Investing in Indonesia

*)2020 ANGIN Data Investing in Impact Report


USD million capital deployed


impact investors in Indonesia


investment made to women led business


social enterprises invested

INTRA & ANGIN have built a directory of key players in impact investment landscape in Indonesia. The directory is designed to answer the following questions:

  1. Where can entrepreneurs find investors with impact exposure?
  2. Who is actively investing at the moment?
  3. Who could be potential co-investment partners in which start-ups
  4. Who should start-ups invite to their investor Demo Day?

From years of insights that INTRA and ANGIN have gathered, we are aware that information on impact investor activity is often not accessible and limited. We hope that this Directory would narrow the knowledge gap and help entrepreneurs to solve the challenges they face while seeking capital.

The directory is a work in progress. We will be adding more information gradually. We hope that it will be an open-sourced, up-to-date, and freely available directory to benefit the ecosystem in the long run.


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We strive to update this directory real-time basis to provide up-to-date, current and relevant information. To make sure your firm is represented, please click here

Investing in Impact Directory | FAQ

Q: I am an investor with sustainability, ESG & impact exposure. How can I and my firm be included in the Directory?

A: To submit a new investor listing, please fill this form

Q: There is inaccurate or missing information about me, fund and my firm in the Directory. Who should I contact?

A: To submit any updates to existing entries in the Directory, please contact us.

Q: What is the definition of impact investment?

A: According to the Global Impact Investing Network, impact investments are defined by four elements:

  1. Intentionality: An investment is intended to have a positive social or environmental impact.

  2. Return expectation: Impact investments are expected to generate a financial return on capital or, at minimum, a return of capital.

  3. Range of return expectations and asset classes: Impact investments target financial returns that range from below market (sometimes called concessionary) to risk-adjusted market rate, and can be made across asset classes, including but not limited to cash equivalents, fixed income, venture capital, and private equity. 

  4. Impact measurement: the commitment of the investor to measure and report the social and environmental performance and progress of underlying investment are essential.

Q: How does INTRA define impact investment?

A: We don’t follow a strict definition as stated above. The Directory includes any accredited investor, VC, syndicated angel investor, accelerator, incubator & foundation with interest, active or prospective investment, and focus on sustainability or ESG.

Q: I have additional questions not answered here. Who can I reach out to?

A: Any questions, please contact us.