Taking advantage of opportunities across the Indonesian real estate market
Komodo Capital Partners (“KCP”) is a Singapore- incorporated Fund Management company with an initial focus on Real Estate opportunities in Indonesia only.
While Indonesia is the target market, the primary market focus is on the city of Yogyakarta thanks to the management team’s extensive knowledge and successful project management track record in the city.
KCP’s approach is to take advantage of the opportunities they create in order to reach superior returns for its investors.
Meet Our Team
studied Business Studies at Tilburg University (the Netherlands). In 2009, Erwin founded his own clothing company. As a result of overseeing the production and sales of his clothing company, Erwin gained an understanding of Indonesia’s business culture and recognised the many opportunities in Indonesia’s real estate market. This led to Erwin’s first venture in real estate in 2009. After moving to Indonesia in 2011, Erwin co-founded several companies involved in real estate development, building a broad network along the way.
Yori van der Torren
Yori van der Torren
graduated cum laude from Tilburg University (The Netherlands) with a Master’s degree in Investment Analysis. After working at Finance and Risk Management company in The Netherlands, Yori moved to Indonesia in 2011 where he co-founded and managed several companies focusing on real estate development, investments and project management. Yori’s thorough understanding of the Indonesian real estate industry helped the company to gain access to this market.
has 17 years of experience as a Private Banker during which he assisted clients setting up real estate, private equity and hedge funds in various jurisdictions, investing in many asset classes and with different degrees of sophistication. In addition, his extensive network facilitates coordination with service providers and more importantly, fund raising. Tim holds a Bachelor Degree in Business Administration from the University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland.
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