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Vision Venturers Management Berhad was incorporated in Malaysia under the Companies Act, 1965 on 4 June 2015 as an investment holding company that is regulated and approved by the Companies Commission of Malaysia (“CCM”).

Vision Venturers Management Berhad (“VVM”), is an investment holding company established to invest in:

1.Private Equity and Financial Services
2.Artificial Intelligence (AI)
4.Information and Communications Technology (“ICT”)
5.New Age Retail


The company’s primary objective is to invest in or acquire assets, businesses or companies in the above sectors. We are currently reviewing potential investments, acquisition and buyout opportunities in Malaysia, and have commissioned due diligence on target companies which meet the above-mentioned criteria and business model. Initial due diligence will be carried out by our team and we may commission third party due diligence when appropriate.


Generate socio-economic growth and sustainable wealth through diversified investments, innovative projects and strategic partnerships.


To become the leading holding company, playing a key role in the global economy and leveraging our strengths to create tremendous shareholder value.

Portfolio Preference

Invest in companies where we can add value
Companies who take pride in their brand and origins
Invest in companies who have strong market presence in their respective markets
Identify teamwork effort to build a successful venture

Core Values (RIETA)


Our Business Model

Our Approach

We believe in active participation in all our investments. We work closely with target companies in all aspects of the business. Being involved in the business allows us to understand the nature of the business in depth, enabling us to develop focused strategies to accelerate the growth potential of the business. We are committed to providing financial and strategic support to enhance the value of all our investee companies.

Investment Objectives

The Company will focus in investing in or acquiring sector-specific projects which are expected to provide reasonable short to medium term returns and to provide long term capital appreciation. The investment objective of the company is to achieve on consolidated basis, a basket of property portfolios that ensures good return to the company within a short to medium term investment period coupled with long-term capital appreciation.

The company intends to expand its product portfolio and market base aggressively to meet the increasing market demand.
Injection of new capital will enable the company to:

Acquire companies and businesses which offer complementary services, and/or will enable the company to expand its market coverage and/or will offer other strategic, operational or financial benefits.

Fund working capital and other general corporate purposes.

Investment process

phase 1:
Sourcing of Investment Opportunities

The company has a stable deal flow and often has access to proprietary deals based on our
successes and the relationship with strategic partners and advisors. We will continue to seek out and
create proprietary deals, and, with our experience and networks, will have the opportunity to invest
more significantly in such deals.

Phase 2:
Evaluation of Investment Opportunities

A typical investment will be focused on companies seeking expansion round financing. The company
can best contribute to its portfolio companies during this period. In addition, this investment stage
offers the best leverage for investment return and enables a larger number of smaller investments
providing optimal risk diversification. A typical investment at this stage will be in companies with
valuations under USD$ 5 - 10 million. This valuation stage vastly improves the leverage for
companies that achieve successful exit strategies.

Evaluation of Investment Due Diligence

Once an investment opportunity is identified, the due diligence process commences. The objective
of the due diligence process is to identify attractive investment opportunities based upon the facts
and circumstances surrounding an investment and to prepare a framework that may be used from
the date of an acquisition to drive operational achievement and value creation.

In general, the Manager will focus on the following applicable factors with respect to each proposed investment:


Depth at executive and operating levels
Incentive structure
Experience and references


Size and projected growth rates
Competitive landscape
Product cycles
Regulatory climate


Product and customer base
Distribution channels
Capital structure
Supplier relationships
Financial controls and systems
Historical financial performance
Growth plans, cost and potential stress points
Competitive positioning
Likely Exit Strategy

Phase 3:
Development of Investment Memorandum

After completing the due diligence process, the manager will prepare an investment memorandum that will present a summary of the proposed investment. The investment memorandum will describe the target business, its management and financial performance, the transaction structure, proposed exit strategies, projected returns and investment risks, as well as include the sensitivity analyses undertaken by the company.

This memorandum will provide the basis for a preliminary dialogue with the investment committee. If the investment committee responds favourably, we will proceed to the negotiation phase of the process.

Phase 4:
Negotiation of Investment Terms

We will actively negotiate the terms of a proposed investment. We will identify the key drivers of investment returns and risks in evaluating the attractiveness of an investment and will negotiate the terms of a proposed investment by the company in an attempt to mitigate these risks.

Phase 5:
Investment Approval

The management team will submit a final investment memorandum summarizing the opportunity in the proposed company to the investment committee. The investment committee will then conduct a review and discussion of the transaction with the management team and decide if the proposed investment should be recommended to the board of directors. If the board of directors approves the transaction, the company will proceed to close on the transaction.

Phase 6:
Monitoring of Investments

We believe that significant value can be realized for the portfolio companies from active involvement in the company’s investments. This involvement may include regular consultations with management, participating in corporate governance, assisting management in the development of its business and strategic plans, reviewing budgets and monitoring performance against goals. In addition, the company may assist portfolio companies with capital raising and acquisition and divestiture activities.

Monitoring and Building Value

We will actively monitor each portfolio investment. Portfolio companies are expected to provide an annual business plan including 5 year financial projections and an annual budget, quarterly financial statements and audited annual financial statements. Through the directors’ network of relationships and accumulated years of experience, the manager plans to assist portfolio companies in value creation. Where appropriate, we will help develop business plans and operating strategies. We actively introduce potential strategic corporate partners for licensing, financing, distribution and collaboration opportunities to portfolio companies where beneficial.

Phase 7:
Exit from Investments

When making an investment, we will evaluate multiple exit options. Exit strategies may include a public offering, a private sale to a strategic or financial buyer or a recapitalization. An analysis of the exit or the liquidity strategies for each investment will be made as part of the initial evaluation and will be monitored on an ongoing basis throughout the life of the investment.

Investment Strategy

We invest in companies who share our vision and ambition.
We focus in mid-sized companies in South East Asia,
with the potential for continued growth in Asia, and eventually global.

Our target companies’ valuation ranges from RM10 – 50 million,
with the flexibility of equity, debt or hybrid.

We can increase our purchasing power by leveraging and co-investment collaborations.