Although opportunities abound in numerous sectors, we focus
our vision on Six areas that promise real, fundamental change to 21 Century economies, industries and societies: Robotic Technology with artificial intelligence, 3D Software & Technology, 21 Century Education, Digital Medicine, Hospitality & Leisure, and Real Estate. We are looking for businesses that have
the potential to generate significant earnings over the long
term. Our goal is to help create large, successful companies.
To that end, the product should address large markets and significant
unmet needs. Inspired leaders and capable management should
run the company. Certainly the technology is an important element,
but the success or failure of a company will ultimately depend
on the management team. Integrity, creativity, energy and ethical
business practices are our basic rules for success.
Although we are flexible, our initial investment generally ranges
between £5,000 and £1 million. Typically, we enter
at the seed or early stage of a company's evolution but will
participate in all stages of venture financing. We seek to lead
such investments, and often invite other venture firms to participate
with us. When appropriate, we also co-invest with a network
of other experienced venture companies.
If the circumstances are right, we're willing to wait for success,
although the path to profitability is always in mind.
“Our time horizon is four-to-seven years to maturity.
And our strategy is to be active in all aspects of start-up's
development, including strategy, recruiting, partnerships, financing,
and operational advice.”
- Murray Alexander, Founding Partner
Most of our investments are Asia and. We believe that
most effective relationships grow from being nearby and the
frequent personal contact geographic proximity affords. That
said, we do consider proposals from farther distances as well.
If you feel that the following features describe your business,
then please consider Asset Management Company as a potential
• A cost-effective solution to a significant problem
• A new, broad and enabling technology
• A focused development approach with realistic, clearly-defined
• A strong proprietary and competitive position
• A projected market of at least £50 million
• Strategies for commercialization, profitability and
• A superior management team
• Scientific and technical leadership
Goldman Sachs included Bangladesh in its Next 11 after the BRIC
nations (Brazil, Russia, India and China), which identified countries
that may have the potential one day to emulate the BRIC nations
who are forecast to rival developed economies.
JP Morgan Report
JP Morgan produced a report in April 2007 (From Ho Chi Minh
Trail to Mexico) where they included Bangladesh in their Frontier
Five. The Frontier Five was selected on the relative attractiveness
of these markets based on macro-economic and demographic trends.
Investments are made wherever BPE think that they can maximise
profit and minimise risk for the investors.