Meet Our Management

Reid Kirchenbauer

Reid Kirchenbauer is the Founder and Managing Director of InvestAsian. He’s searched Asia for more than a decade, finding the region’s best investments in countries where few people have looked before.

From buying property in Thailand to trading stocks in Singapore, Reid has the answers to your questions about investing across Asia. He speaks English and Thai fluently, and is now working on his Khmer. You can learn more about Reid Kirchenbauer by clicking here.



Natcha is our Human Resources Director and Head of Localization. She, among other things, manages InvestAsian’s staffing and contractors. But just as importantly, she’s responsible for getting investment analysis and other useful information translated. This keeps us informed about opportunities in Asia that hardly anyone else knows about.

She has two Bachelor Degrees. The first is from Thammasat University with a sociology major. Her second is from Ramkhamheang University, majoring in English. Natcha previously worked for Thailand’s largest oil company. She speaks Thai, English, and Arabic fluently.



Ratana is the Head of Accounting at InvestAsian. Our books are in order and the bills are paid, largely due to his efforts.

In addition to his work at InvestAsian, Ratana is the Founder of RV Accounting and Consulting in Cambodia. He has an extensive background in corporate taxation and speaks fluent English, Khmer, and Vietnamese.


Andrew Henderson 

Andrew Henderson is the Founder of Nomad Capitalist and fills a crucial advisory role here at InvestAsian. Having traveled to over 100 different countries, he is a lifelong entrepreneur and offshore expert.

InvestAsian focuses on investing. Because of this, Andrew offers us guidance on topics we’re not as familiar with including tax offshore incorporation and tax structuring.



Thoeun is our Head of Logistics at InvestAsian. He manages procurement, construction, and maintenance. Whether we need a new furniture supplier, an air-conditioner fixed, or anything in between, his team can handle it.

It probably helps that he speaks five different languages: Mandarin, Khmer, Thai, English, and Cantonese.