Dan joined Quona in 2019 and is focused on sourcing, executing and managing investments in Southeast Asia.

Dan brings 15 years of experience across venture capital, private equity, strategy consulting and tech companies. Prior to Quona, Dan worked as a Venture Partner at Qualgro, a Singapore VC Fund, and Special Advisor to the CEO for M&A at DTOne/Thunes, a Singapore based FinTech company. Previously, he worked as country manager for Xiaomi, Chief Investment Officer for Telenor Digital Businesses (Group SVP), Investment Director at FSN Capital, a leading European mid-cap PE Fund, and a consultant at McKinsey & Company. Dan holds an MBA from Harvard Business School, a Master in Public Policy from Harvard Kennedy School, and a BSc from UC Berkeley.

Investments

Licensed digital consumer lender offering low-cost loans

Why we invested

JULO is a digital consumer lender in Indonesia that leverages its propriety credit scoring method to offer affordable, short-term uncollateralized loans to new-to-credit and low-income consumers.

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Full-stack "one stop" insurance shop

Why we invested

Sunday offers end-to-end insurance products and services powered by its machine-learning risk prediction engines, aiming to serve all of its customers as the “one-stop insurance shop” for whatever insurance they need, be it healthcare, mobile gadgets, motor vehicle or travel insurance.

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B2B-focused commerce and fintech marketplace for South East Asia

Why we invested

Ula aims to become a zero friction, low-commission marketplace to address B2B value chain pain points. The company facilitates price discovery, catalog management, transactions, logistics, payments and credit for small retailers.

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Bookkeeping and receivables management platform for MSMEs

Why we invested

Starting with its bookkeeping and receivables management platform, BukuWarung aims to address a multitude of challenges faced by Indonesia’s large and vastly underserved micro SMEs—particularly in regards to inconvenience, poor visibility, and lack of credit.

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