22 fund managers are in Capria’s growing network, collectively with over $400M in assets under management, tapping into a USD $5 trillion opportunity via venture capital, private equity and innovative debt
Innovative, fast-growing tech-enabled businesses can profitably serve consumer and business needs in vast, largely under-served markets of Latin America, Africa, and South / SE Asia.
Early-growth businesses in emerging markets are largely undervalued compared to those in overheated developed economies. Buyers’ markets are well known to produce more consistent returns.
Investing in a diverse range of companies primarily addressing local consumption of essential products and services results in resilience to economic downturns.
Capria makes VC and innovative debt investments into tech-driven “soon-icorns” in select countries in Latin America, Africa, and Asia (ex. China) both through and alongside local fund managers.
Our LPs include Vulcan Capital (family office), Bill Gates (family office), Omidyar Network, International Finance Corporation, Ford Foundation and other family offices and institutional investors.
Capria is already making smarter investments, creating more value, and will get better exits by leveraging hundreds of years of collective investing experience of 40+ investment professionals located on-the-ground in our target markets.
Capria invests alongside our partners in dual-vetted companies not otherwise accessible to overseas investors. Capria offers curated no-fee co-investment opportunities to our LPs as well.
Capria delivers returns through a carefully crafted combination of partner GP profits (% of carry & management fees), LP positions, and direct company investments.
All of our investments are ESG screened and managed for maximum profit, with intrinsic sustainability and resilience.
Capria has been building its partner network since 2015. In late 2018 we achieved first close of our fund, from which we are actively investing now. We are engaging with LPs to learn their needs and prepare for opening Capria Fund II in late 2021 or early 2022.