Bank Mandiri's corporate venturing unit is seeking $50m to $100m for a second fund and is targeting LPs outside the company.

Mandiri Capital, the venture capital arm of Indonedia-based financial services firm Bank Mandiri, is looking to raise between $50m and $100m for its next fund, DealStreetAsia has reported. The capital will largely be sourced from external limited partners, CEO Eddi Danusaputro told DealStreetAsia, adding that the unit intends to reach a first close in the…

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