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Team Members


Andrew Clarke - Founder and Principle Shareholder of Lobster Bay

Andrew Robert Clarke- Founder and principle shareholder

Andrew spent over twenty years in large investment banks (including Merrill Lynch, Deutsche Bank, and Bear Stearns), at a senior level, primarily involved in servicing the Hedge Fund community.

He has lived and worked in numerous locations including Tokyo, Singapore, Hong Kong, Sydney, London and New York and currently resides in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.

Andrew first started investing in Lombok in 2009, and immediately spotted the glaring ‘arbitrage’ of land prices between Lombok and Bali. Since this time he has been instrumental in the development of Lobster Bay on the South East Coast of Lombok. This has meant working with the Local government, local people, construction companies, lawyers and the plethora of involved parties.

During this time, Andrew has built strong local ties and is well respected in the local community.


Jean Paul Riby - CEO of Loster Bay


Jean-Paul Riby – Chief Executive Officer Lobster Bay Management Services

For almost 30 years, Jean-Paul has been associated with some of the most luxury hotels and resorts in the world, including the Hotel de Paris (Monte-Carlo), The Churchill (London), Melia Bali – The Garden Villas (Indonesia), Six Senses Hideaway (Vietnam), Uma Paro by COMO ( Kingdom of Bhutan) and Song Saa Private Island (Cambodia).

His management positions include time in charge of the Boutique Collection, Victoria Portfolio supervising development and performance across Indo-China region (Vietnam-Cambodia-Laos) and roles leading operations for the hotels opening including duties as the Chief Operating Officer of Victoria Group. Prior to this role, Jean-Paul was also the General manager of Song Saa Private Island, the first luxury private island in Cambodia, where is was responsible for opening and operating this luxury resort.

Jean-Paul spent several years of his career in Indonesia and notably on the island of Lombok. He is fluent in Bahasa Indonesia as well as several other languages. He graduated from Cornell University, Hospitality School of Administration.