The Emergence of Angel Investment Networks in
Southeast Asia


Report II: A Spotlight on Gender Lens Investing


Category Special Report
Year of Publication 2020.06
Author/Editor Sasakawa Peace Foundation (SPF) and the Angel Investment Network Indonesia (ANGIN)

◆About the Report◆

The Emergence of Angel Investment Networks in Southeast Asia is the first research of its kind focusing on Angel Investment Networks (AINs) in Southeast Asia, with a specific focus on Gender Lens Investing practices.

As first report of a three part series, A Good Practice Guide to Effective Angel Investing focuses on the development and current landscape of Angel Investment Networks in Southeast Asia and provides an overview of the functions, taxonomy, and challenges facing Angel Networks in the region. Based on interviews with expert practitioners, this report also provides advice for managers and members of Angel Investment Networks to explore mechanisms to achieve financial sustainability, implement operational improvements, and pursue collaborations with other ecosystem players including entrepreneurs, government, intermediaries, and other investors.

The second report, A Spotlight on Gender Lens Investing (GLI), examines how GLI is being applied by Angel Investment Networks in Southeast Asia and provides insights into the opportunities and challenges for hybrid GLI-Angel Investments. 

The third report, Country Profiles of Angel Investment Networks in Southeast Asia, takes an in-depth look at the early-stage and angel investment landscape of countries across Southeast Asia, highlighting key Angel Investment Network players, outlining policies that support angel investments, and laying out a range of opportunities, challenges, and recommendations to foster an environment for Angel Investments Networks to thrive. 
 

◆ Report II Contents ◆
Foreword
Acknowledgements
Research Objectives
Research Methodology
Research Limitations
Key Abbreviations
List of Figures
1. What is Gender Lens Investing (GLI)?
2. A Short History of Gender Lens Investing
3. Introducing Gender Lens Investing in Southeast Asia
4. Gender Lens Investing and Angel Investment Networks
5. The Scope of Gender Lens Investing with Angel Investment Networks
5.1. Mapping of AIN-GLI Activities in Southeast Asia
5.2. Gender Lens Investing Trends Amongst Angel Investment Networks
5.2.1 Initiators
5.2.2 Motivations for GLI Application
5.2.3 Evolution of core GLI Application in AINs
6. Comparing Gender Lens Investing between Institutions and Angel Investment Networks
6.1. Target Entrepreneurs
6.2. Application and Maturity of Gender Lens Investing
6.3. Capital Scale vs Spread of Investments: Differences between Institutional Investors and AINs-GLI
6.4. Value propositions of AINs for GLI application
6.5. Contributions to Building the Gender Lens Investing Ecosystem
7. Challenges Implementing Gender Lens Investing within Angel Investment Networks
7.1. Limited Capacity and Awareness
7.2. Perceptions of Women Entrepreneurs
7.3. Pressure Points of the AIN-GLI Model
8. Opportunities and recommendations
8.1. Advocating for Gender Lens Investing
8.2. Building Capacity of Early Adopters to advance GLI application
8.3. Cross Collaborations with Institutional Investors to develop the GLI field in SEA
8.4. Generating Data for Evidence and Action
8.5. Leveraging Innovations in Financial Products tailored to GLI impact in SEA
8.6. Evolution of the AIN model for GLI
9. Conclusion
Appendix: Established Gender Lens Investing Toolkits
Glossary
Bibliography
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