Penjana Kapital's success to have a trickle down effect on Malaysia's VC ecosystem - Tengku Zafrul

Bernama, 14 December 2020

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 14 -- Penjana Kapital Sdn Bhd’s success in attracting eight foreign venture capital (VC) firms will result in a trickle-down effect that will grow and enhance the capabilities of local ecosystem and start-ups through knowledge transfer, as well as spurring network opportunities.

Dana Penjana tarik lapan pengurus dana VC asing, pelaburan tambahan RM370 juta

Astro Awani, 14 December 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Dana Penjana Nasional (Dana Penjana) berjaya menarik lapan pengurus dana modal teroka (VC) asing untuk membuat pelaburan tambahan sejumlah RM370 juta dalam syarikat pemula atau startup di bawah Penjana Kapital Sdn Bhd (Penjana Kapital).

Penjana Kapital attracts 8 global VC fund managers

The Sun Daily, 14 December 2020

KUALA LUMPUR: Penjana Kapital Sdn Bhd (Penjana Kapital) has attracted eight venture capital (VC) fund managers from the United States, South Korea, China, Indonesia and Singapore to invest in Malaysian start-ups as part of the RM1.2 billion Penjana Nasional Fund programme.

KTP Penjana Kapital bakal cipta 1,800 pekerjaan berkemahiran tinggi

Malaysia Gazette, 14 December 2020

KUALA LUMPUR – Pelan Pemindahan Pengetahuan (KTP) yang diwujudkan oleh Penjana Kapital dijangka mampu mencipta sekurang-kurangnya 1,800 pekerjaan berkemahiran tinggi menerusi projek-projek syarikat-syarikat pelaburan (investee companies) atau melalui pemindahan pengetahuan.

Eight VC managers selected for Penjana Nasional Fund

The Malaysian Reserve, 14 December 2020

PENJANA Kapital Sdn Bhd (Penjana Kapital) has attracted eight global venture capital (VC) fund managers with a combined fund size of RM1.57 billion for the Penjana Nasional Fund (PNF).

Penjana Kapital attracts eight global VC fund managers

Bernama, 14 December 2020

KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 14 -- Penjana Kapital Sdn Bhd (Penjana Kapital) has attracted eight venture capital (VC) fund managers from the United States, South Korea, China, Indonesia and Singapore to invest in Malaysian start-ups as part of the RM1.2 billion Penjana Nasional Fund programme.