Our Vision

To improve all walks of life, through innovative technologies and creative solutions; cultivating greener earth, benefiting all

Our Mission

To acquire and/or invest in carefully selected sustainable assets classes, enhancing its value and scalability by leveraging disruptive technology solutions

Our Values

We conduct all our businesses with a forward-thinking approach and unlimited creativity. Our core values are; Legacy, High Performance, Growth & Integrity.


Building a Sustainable Real Estate Portfolio Leveraging Disruptive Technology Solutions

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Key Industries

Sustainable Energy

Our First Startup Acquisition

Projagg is a Real Estate Development Sharing Economy Platform that aims to build a collaborative ecosystem to one platform for a secure, more transparent, and accountable project development. We want to help Real Estate Developers break the barriers of getting feasible & impactful projects completed across the globe without the fear of failure, lack of funds, team, and global resources. Read more...

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Building Plan

  Real Estate Development Venture

REDV is one of our Co-GP ventures.

The S$100 million funds will focus its investment as debt and/or equity for projects in the APAC region with at least 12% interest and/or 20% IRR.

Why invest in APAC?

  • 88% of the next 1 billion people to enter the middle class globally will be Asians

  • The services trade is 1.7x faster than the rest of the world

  • 78% of institutional investors expect to increase their allocation to the Asia Pacific Over the next two years

Latest Press Release

The Real Estate and Infrastructure Development market is estimated to hover above US$6 Trillion in 2018, according to Oxford economics. This will continue to spike up due to China's aggressive push for their One Belt One Road Initiative and the ramping up of infrastructure across South East Asia as well as the US. It is expected to surpass US$9.2 Trillion by 2025.

With the world's population congregating in first, second, and third-tier cities, there will be more developments and these infrastructure will have to cope with the incoming stream of people from around the country and the world.