Who We Are
We created Sweef Capital to invest in the potential of women and the future of Southeast Asia.
Our commitment to integrity, diversity and impact is fundamental to who we are and what we do.
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.
Founder and Managing-Director
Singapore – Philippines
Head of Impact Measurement & Management
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
Impact Markets & Strategies
Catherine H. Burnett, MBA
United Kingdom – Southern Europe
Institutional Investment Leadership
Wendy Fergie, CFA
Australia – New Zealand
Strategic marketing & community development
France – Benelux
Nicole Pitter Patterson
Dr Pamela Ryan
Robert W. van Zwieten
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.
Harnessing the strengths and abilities of others is one of the most strategic ways to solve complex challenges.