Societal Impact

Phitrust Asia

Phitrust Asia is an impact investment company focusing on South East Asia, a region where social entrepreneurship is emerging and developing rapidly. Building many partnerships and targeting two high growth and large impact sectors, healthy food and access to energy, Phitrust Asia efficiently contribute to that development in countries like Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand and Myanmar, and make investments in high potential enterprises in terms of social and environmental impact, financial sustainability and profitability.

A solid investment

DIVERSIFIED

Investments in several countries, sectors and types of companies, with an average unit amount between $100K and $300K

BALANCED

A risk controlled by a mixed equity/debt/convertible allocation

USEFUL

An investment that promotes the development of SMEs with a strong social and/or environmental impact

A social investment

>> A CLEAR STRATEGY

Phitrust Asia invests as a minority shareholder and supports profitable and growing SMEs which has the potential to become champions in their sector and their countries, with a measurable social and/or environmental performance which is monitored.

>> A CHAIN IMPACT

Phitrust Asia invests in companies having a great positive impact as an integrated component of their business model. Phitrust Asia also supports local investment vehicles which can build expertise and leverage their impact in a particular country or sector.

>> A LINK WITH ENTREPRENEURS

Phitrust Asia gives the opportunity to investors to mentor entrepreneurs in the sectors they have the most experience in and to co-invest directly in companies.

Investment strategy

Phitrust Asia favors co-investments and partnerships that contribute to the reinforcement of the local ecosystem and make possible an efficient advisory support. We are committed to supporting closely each of the businesses run by social entrepreneurs in our investment portfolio.

 

This support is provided by Phitrust Asia team and by members of its Investment Committee. We therefore bring to our companies a strong added value in terms of management and development.

Impact measurement

Phitrust Asia supports social entrepreneurs who bring innovative solutions to major social or environmental issues and contributes to at least 3 Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).

 

Depending on the identified social impact objectives, measurement indicators are defined with each entrepreneur at the initial stage of the investment. An annual follow-up of these indicators is conducted by Phitrust Asia to assess the impact performance of each company as well as that of the portfolio as a whole.

Our portfolio

Krakakoa

Krakakoa

Krakakoa develops the first premium, fair trade and organic bean to bar Indonesian chocolate.
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Nexus – Pioneer Facility

Nexus – Pioneer Facility

Pionner Facility allows to bridge the financing gap for young social enterprises in the access to energy, water and sanitation field.
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Wheig Asia

Wheig Asia

Wheig Asia develops waste valorization sites especially for big malls, starting in Bangkok.
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Governance

Investment Committee

Jérôme Biet

Olivier de Guerre

Henri de Reboul

Lionel Requillart

Loic Tardy

Xavier Thauron

News

Phitrust submits written questions for the EssilorLuxottica AGM

Phitrust submits written questions for the EssilorLuxottica AGM

The merger between Essilor and Luxottica has been presented to shareholders as a merger of two firms of similar size, with balanced governance for the new structure, EssilorLuxottica.

Alstom acquired by Siemens: but what do the shareholders do?

Alstom acquired by Siemens: but what do the shareholders do?

At a General Meeting held on 17 July 2018, the shareholders voted in favour of the acquisition of Alstom by Siemens. What a pathetic decision, when at the announcement of the discussions with Siemens the executives and the board of directors sold the idea of a “merger between equals”!

The takeover  of Alstom by Siemens presented as a merger “between equals“

The takeover of Alstom by Siemens presented as a merger “between equals“

Without contesting the strategic interest of the merger between these firms, this operation being presented as a merger “between equals” which is – if it is approved in these conditions – a takeover of Alstom by Siemens, and harms the minority shareholders with an insufficient control premium and is unsatisfactory in terms of governance.

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