In October, Asia Asset Management examined the rise in investable assets—approximately $14.2 trillion—now held by both high-net-worth individuals (HNWI) and family offices within the Asia-Pacific region. The article, ‘Going solo: HNWIs and family offices are seeing the appeal in direct and co-investing,’ explores the emergence of sophisticated independent asset management in the wake of the global financial crisis, pointing to Jynwel Capital’s inception as an example of this developing trend.
“We started Jynwel Capital to both institutionalise and consolidate the family’s different business interests and assets. Part and parcel of this was aggregating the family’s resources and relationships – business relationships included, of course – in order to make the most sustainable impact possible on the world’s largest and most important industries. As it turned out, the timing was just right; what my brother and I offered was a global mind-set based on our education and investment industry experience. This made it possible to create a unique structure which is much more likely to prove sustainable, as well as successful, over the longer term,” Mr. Jho Low explains.
On behalf of the Jynwel Capital team, we are proud to be recognized as one of the region’s emerging investment and advisory firms with emphasis around some of our deal making, including EMI Music Publishing and Myla as savvy investments.