Sweef Capital was established to provide a trusted flagship for quality investment at scale that improves peoples’ lives and showcases the potential of women and of our region. Investing in scalable solutions that drive value through diversity and inclusion is at the core of our mission. Southeast Asia is where we live and work; it is home. Our professional experience reinforces a shared belief in the rich opportunities for capital to be directed to solutions for people in our region, particularly women.

Our Values

Our commitment to integrity, diversity and impact is fundamental to who we are and what we do.

Integrity

Integrity

We do the right thing even when it is hard, honour our commitments and act consistently.

Society

Responsibility

We are accountable for our actions and performance; committed to contributing positively to our stakeholders and the world.

Diversity

Diversity

We believe diversity of thought, talent and opportunity drive better outcomes; we apply the same tools to our business as we do to our investments.

Our People

Sweef Capital’s experienced, values-aligned team are our core asset.

Our team is grounded in Southeast Asia and has deep investment experience in capital markets globally. We share a strategic commitment to deliver excellent returns and sustainable, positive impacts and remain responsive to the context and markets in which we work. Rigorous, agile, effective governance is a foundation of our approach. The team’s core capability is complemented by access to extensive global knowledge and networks of our Board of Advisors.

Our Team

Jennifer Buckley

Jennifer Buckley

Founder and Managing Director
Singapore

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Rowena Reyes

Rowena Reyes

Director
Singapore – Philippines

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Phuong Pham

Phuong Pham

Director
Vietnam

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Brianna Losoya-Evora

Brianna Losoya-Evora

Head of Impact Measurement & Management
USA

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Samantha Tedjosugondo

Samantha Tedjosugondo

Vice President
Indonesia

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Ilman Dzikri

Ilman Dzikri

Assistant Vice President
Indonesia

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Prina Dayal

Prina Dayal

Impact and Stakeholder Engagement Analyst
South Africa

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Sweef Capital Advisory Network (SCAN)

Sweef Capital has established an Advisor Network that brings together leading practitioners in funds management, private equity, sustainability, impact, and diversity and who share Sweef Capital’s vision and values and are committed to supporting the firm’s mission and performance. The SCAN enables the firm to draw upon additional expertise and access global and local networks, partnerships and connections and enhances the firm’s competitive positioning and strategic capacity with a unique mix of expertise and experience. This enables the firm to make better investment decisions informed by deeper understanding of the communities and markets in which we operate and invest and identify unique opportunities to partner globally and locally.

Professor Rosemary Addis AM

Founding Managing Partner, Mondiale Impact
Impact Markets & Strategies

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Elizabeth Corrado

United Kingdom – Southern Europe

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Sherwood Dodge

Institutional Investment leadership

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Wendy Fergie, CFA

Australia – New Zealand

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Josie Gibson

Strategic Marketing & community development

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Sylvie Matz

France and Benelux

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Nicole Pitter Patterson

Caribbean – Switzerland

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Dr Pamela Ryan

Dr Pamela Ryan

Impact Investment

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Our Portfolio

Sweef Capital’s investment thesis is grounded in strong fundamentals and impact-driven outcomes.

We look for investment opportunities in women-led/women-owned companies whose workforces are primarily women, companies producing goods and services to meet the unmet needs of women and girls, and companies that are role models in promoting gender equality and diversity in their organisations.


Our Partners

Harnessing the strengths and abilities of others is one of the most strategic ways to solve complex challenges.

“Companies that positively affect the lives of women or see the value of women as innovators, and address structural challenges to gender equity through access to quality jobs, products and services, and roles in value chains, are often undervalued and underinvested.”

Source: Sasakawa Peace Foundation, 2020