Bravia Capital opens Seoul office

The logistics-focused investment firm is launching a new outpost in South Korea in a bid to extend its reach to North Asia.

Hong Kong-headquartered Bravia Capital has set up a new office in Seoul as it looks to establish relationships with Korean strategic partners seeking outbound investments.

Joining offices in New York, London and Mumbai, the South Korean outpost will be headed by Tony Chang, who has joined the company as vice president and global head of strategic relations to focus on the firm’s partnerships globally. He has eight years of experience in fixed income and private equity investments, investment advisory and capital raising. 

Bravia Capital, an investment and advisory firm, focuses on the transportation, logistics, infrastructure and financial services sectors. It claims to have invested in transactions with a total enterprise value of $10 billion. 

It has completed several acquisitions in the transportation sector over the past five years on behalf of itself and its partners, which include Cronos Group, Thotakã Tecknologies India, Energy Asia Transportation, TIP Trailer Services Group, Africa World Airlines in Ghana, Seaco, MyCargo Airlines, MyTECHNIC, and Hong Kong Aviation Capital.