Indochina Capital

Peter Ryder is the CEO of Indochina Capital, an innovative leader in Vietnam’s rapidly growing real estate, hospitality, capital markets and financial services sectors. Through its subsidiaries, Indochina Capital has established itself as one of the country’s leading real estate developers (ICC-Kajima), hospitality pioneers (Wink Hotels), real estate investment consultants (Indochina Strategic), and capital markets investment managers (Indochina Capital Advisors). Peter spearheads the company’s real estate development activities but also plays an active management role in the other aspects of the company’s business.

Indochina Capital has developed prominent commercial and residential projects in Hanoi and HCM City, including 63 Ly Thai To (Hanoi), Indochina Plaza Hanoi and River Garden (HCM City) and several resort and residential developments along Vietnam’s pristine coast, most notably the renowned luxury resorts, Four Seasons The Nam Hai, Six Senses Con Dao, and Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa.

Today Indochina Capital is pursuing multiple new real estate development and investment opportunities through ICC-Kajima, its Vietnam focused partnership with Kajima Corporation, one of Japan’s largest and most prestigious contractors and real estate developers. On the hospitality front, Indochina Capital has teamed up with Vanguard Hotels and Kajima to create Indochina Vanguard and through ICC-Kajima roll out throughout Vietnam Wínk Hotels, a visionary hospitality brand, which redefines affordable luxury in the Indochina region, blending modern, creative design and functionality with traditional Vietnamese values. The first of as many as 20 Wink Hotels in Vietnam/Indochina, Wink Hotel Saigon Centre opened in March 2021 at 75 Nguyen Binh Khiem, District One

Peter has lived and worked in Vietnam for the last 30 years. Educated as an anthropologist/archaeologist, he received a Masters of Arts degree in Anthropology with a Mayan studies focus from the University of Pennsylvania.

Speaking at the Following:

May 18

Tuesday, May 18, 2021

Virtual Roundtable: What’s Next for Vietnam Hospitality? Challenges and Opportunities in 2021 and Beyond.

3:00pm – 4:00pm

ULI virtual roundtables are peer-to-peer discussions hosted by a subject-matter expert/thought leaders, where experiences and perspectives can be shared in small group settings.