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Jonathan Larsen is now Chief Innovation Officer of Ping An Group and Chairman and CEO of the Ping An Global Voyager Fund.
Jonathan spent 18 years at Citigroup where he was most recently Global Head of the firm’s Retail Banking and Mortgage businesses, generating ~$12Bn in Revenues and spanning 19 countries. He has been at the leading edge of the financial services industry for the last 29 years across the Asia Pacific region and globally. He brings a unique blend of strategic vision, operational depth, and understanding of the new technology landscape. He has led multiple large-scale, successful businesses across a wide range of markets and has extensive experience in negotiating and managing partnerships and M&A transactions.
Prior to Citi, Jonathan was a Principal in the Financial Services Practice of global management consulting firm, Booz Allen & Hamilton where he spent eight years advising large banks and other financial institutions across Asia, Australia and New Zealand and in the United States and Europe.
Jonathan is a Distinguished Fellow of the Institute of Banking and Finance, Singapore and was named Retail Banker of the Year in 2011 by Asian Banker magazine. He has been widely quoted in major business publications including the Financial Times, Bloomberg, Reuters, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, the Economist as well as local media throughout Asia Pacific. Jonathan holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) from the University of Melbourne.
Yoshinobu Agu is the Head of M&A at Citigroup Global Markets Japan Inc. He also has leadership responsibilities for the global asset managers group, real estate group and public sector group in Japan. He has worked on various M&A advisory roles in various sectors/industries, including cross-border transactions involving Japanese corporates in various geographies, as well as domestic transactions and restructuring deals. He joined Citi in 1998 after working for Nikko Securities. He holds a BA from the School of Commerce at Waseda University and MBA from Boston University.
Bagrin Angelov is an M&A Executive Director in the Investment Banking division of China International Capital Corporation Limited (CICC) based in Beijing, where he is exclusively dedicated to China outbound M&A situations. Mr. Angelov has profound experience in supporting private multinational corporations and state owed enterprises with their cross-border M&A undertakings. To date he has advised on 100+ M&A deals globally (both in emerging and developed markets such as UK, USA, Germany, and Australia), with a combined transaction value of some US$100bn. Prior to CICC Mr. Angelov worked in the Investment Banking divisions of Barclays, ABN AMRO, The Royal Bank of Scotland, and a Middle Eastern SWF.
Fabien Banaletti is Head of M&A and Sponsor Finance for Asia and Australia at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation (SMBC).
Fabien has over 20 years of experience in leveraged and acquisition finance. He currently heads SMBC M&A financing group for Asia-Pacific. The team specializes in acquisition financing for both large corporate and financial sponsors, with desks in Singapore, Sydney and Hong-Kong.
Fabien has been working in Asia since 1999, and joined SMBC in 2005. Prior to SMBC, Fabien worked with BNP-Paribas Structured Finance team, based successively in Paris, Bangkok and Singapore.
Fabien holds a master degree in banking and finance from Neoma Business School in France.
Austin R. Bryan joined CLP Holdings in May 2016 as Senior Director – Innovation, leading the Group’s efforts to develop innovative business models and build collaborative partnerships as decarbonisation and digitalisation open up new opportunities in the global energy market. A proven pioneer of new services and value creation in the digital media sector, Austin is a globally-recognised leader in transforming business activities in the financial and telecommunications sectors.
His experience spans the creation of the first direct banking activities in Germany in the early 1990s, the introduction of virtual customer service platforms for American Express and creation of the first 3G multi-media mobile network in Australia with “3 Mobile”. Most recently he was Vice President of Strategic Innovation at Singtel Optus, where he led the acquisition of major digital media projects and created a US$1 billion digital media business developing and implementing new digital products and services.
Tim Burroughs is managing editor of Asian Venture Capital Journal, having joined the publication in May 2011. He is responsible for all editorial content put out under the AVCJ brand, including Asian Venture Capital Journal, AVCJtv, AVCJ Awards and AVCJ.com. Tim previously spent five years at China Economic Review, serving as editor-in-chief and then editorial director. Located in Greater China since 2003, during which time he has lived in Beijing, Qingdao and Hong Kong, Tim has been a China-based contributor for publications including The Sunday Times, Sunday Telegraph, BBC and China Daily. Prior to moving to China, he trained and worked as a journalist in the UK. He was honored at the Society of Publishers in Asia awards in 2007, 2008 and 2010, and at the State Street Institutional Press Awards - Asia in 2012.
Prior to his current role at Fullerton Health, Jeff served as the Chief Strategy Officer of WeDoctor, overseeing group strategy, capital markets, strategic investment and cooperation and international business expansion. Prior to that, he was the Head of Technology Investment Banking for Asia Pacific at HSBC, where he was in charge and led all the TMT transactions across the region. Before joining HSBC, Jeff was a Senior Director with Credit Suisse Hong Kong’s TMT investment banking team. His coverage focused on capital raising for internet companies and high-profile traditional technology M&A transactions across Asia Pacific.
Jeff graduated from the University of Southern California in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.
Mr. Max Chen is a Partner and a founding member of Primavera Capital.
At Primavera, Mr. Chen led the firm’s investments in a variety of opportunities in the consumer and technology sectors, including investments in Alibaba Group, Cainiao Smart Logistics, Alibaba Local Services Group, Palantir, Lufax, iResearch, Vitaco Health and Linksure Global.
Prior to Primavera, Mr. Chen worked at the Investment Banking Division of Goldman Sachs in both Hong Kong and New York.
Mr. Chen received his JD and MBA degrees from Harvard Law School and Harvard Business School respectively and also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in Applied Mathematics from Harvard College.
2017 to now
FountainVest Partners (Asia) Limited (Managing Director, Co-Head of Consumer, Media & Technology)
2007 to 2017
Goldman Sachs (Asia) L.L.C. (Managing Director, Mergers & Acquisitions, Investment Banking Division)
2003 to 2004
Pan Media Corporation (Chief Financial Officer)
2000 to 2003
Goldman, Sachs & Co. (Financial Analyst, Global Investment Research)
MBA in Finance; MA in International Studies – Mandarin and East Asia Focus in The Wharton School and The Lauder Institute, University of Pennsylvania; Bachelor of Arts, Dual Majors in Economics and Political Science in Columbia University
Mingming has built a strong reputation as an early-stage investor, serial entrepreneur, and engineer. He founded Future Capital Discovery Fund, an early-stage venture fund specializing in enterprise service and high-tech sectors in China, in 2014. He has since established a track record in identifying high potential start-ups and creating industry-leading companies. He was the first institutional investor in Li Auto (NASDAQ: LI) at its angel round, and saw the company grow to more than $23 billion in value. Other “first-check” investments led by Mingming include Niu Technologies (NASDAQ: NIU), Newborn Town (9911.HK), Sensors Data, and Narwal.
Prior to Future Capital, Mingming was an early participant in China’s burgeoning start-up ecosystem both as a serial entrepreneur and angel investor. He built successful companies that were later acquired by Google and Alibaba. He invested in a number of highly successful start-ups including Autohome Inc. (NYSE: ATHM), XD Inc. (2400.HK) and Kujiale. He began his career at Hewlett-Packard, Siebel Systems and PeopleSoft.
Mingming previously served as the Independent Director of Kingsoft Corporation, as well as Board Member for Li Auto and Niu Technologies. Mingming was selected to join the 2021 Forbes Midas Brink List. In 2020, he ranked #55 in Forbes China's Top VC Investors list.
Mingming received a BS in Electrical Engineering from Shanghai Jiaotong University and an MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business.
Tony Jiang is a co-founder and partner at Ocean Link. He leads all of Ocean Link's investments, and he currently serves on the boards of several Ocean Link portfolio companies, including 58.com, eHi, DingDong MaiCai, Kaiyuan Hotels and DragonPass. Prior to founding Ocean Link, Mr. Jiang was with The Carlyle Group from 2006 to 2016 focused on private equity investments in Asia. He received a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from Columbia University with full scholarship.
Xiaodong Jiang is the Managing Partner of Long Hill Capital. He focuses on healthcare and longevity investments, and currently manages GST Clinics, LinkDoc Technology and Hygeia Healthcare Holdings (6078.HK) on behalf of Long Hill Capital. Xiaodong began his investing career at New Enterprise Associates (NEA), a leading global venture capital firm he joined in 2005 as its first full time Chinese employee and opened its China office. As Managing Director, Xiaodong led the on-the-ground China investing practice for NEA over 11 years. Xiaodong received a Master's degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and was a doctoral candidate in computer science at University of California, Berkeley.
A Swedish national, Anette has lived in Hong Kong for the past 20 years, covering corporate news, ECM and M&A. She is currently associate editor at Dealreporter, which focuses on event-driven and special situations across Asia-Pacific, and have previously worked with FinanceAsia (where I covered ECM primarily for the website), South China Morning Post and Dow Jones Newswires.
In her current role at Dealreporter, she reports and edits stories on Risk Arb, Specials and Trends with a particular focus on Greater China, Australia, Japan and Southeast Asia, as well as outbound M&A into Europe and the US. As a team Dealreporter also cover international deals that need approval from Asian regulators.
Vikram Kapur is a partner in Bain & Company's Singapore office. He is the leader of Bain's APAC Healthcare practice and a leader in Bain's Private Equity and M&A practices.
Vikram has ~20 years of management consulting experience delivering strategies that work for change-oriented business leaders across the Americas, Europe and Asia.
Within healthcare, he primarily advises clients in the services, medical technology and payer and provider healthcare sectors, with additional expertise in healthcare private equity transactions. His clients range from large global multinationals, and leading local champions to digital healthcare insurgents and financial investors.
Vikram holds deep expertise in strategy development, operational improvement, acquisition due diligence and complex cross-border M&A and integration efforts.
Vikram joined Bain's Chicago office in 2001 and, in addition to Singapore, has spent time working in Bain's Dallas, Stockholm, New York, Seoul and Hong Kong offices.
In addition to his experience with Bain, he has worked in private equity with the Texas Pacific Group and in investment banking with Citigroup.
Vikram received an MBA at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania, an MS in Industrial Engineering from Northwestern University and a BS in Electrical Engineering from Case Western Reserve University.
Jason Kardachi is a Managing Director based in the Singapore office and leads the firm’s restructuring, insolvency and forensic work in Singapore and South East Asia.
Jason has led and managed complex debt restructurings and turnarounds, liquidations and receiverships and provided practical and commercial solutions to key stakeholders.
Jason is the founding member of the TMA Southeast Asia ("SEA") chapter and is the first President of the regional TMA chapter. He was recently awarded the TMA International Chapter Impact Award 2019, and is the first practitioner outside of the United States to have received an Individual award since the launch of the TMA Awards in 1993.
Before joining Borrelli Walsh, Jason was a Managing Partner of Teak Capital Partners, an advisory and investment firm focused on special situation and distressed investments across Asia Pacific.
Jason has 25 years of corporate advisory and restructuring experience in Asia Pacific, the last 19 of which have been in Hong Kong and Singapore, initially at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Business Recovery Services and then as Head of Special Situations Asia at HSBC.
Jason is a Chartered Accountant and has a Bachelor of Commerce and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Adelaide.
Vijay Karwal is a Managing Director and Head of Healthcare Investment Banking in Asia (ex Japan) for Nomura, and brings over 24 years of advisory and executive experience in the healthcare sector
Prior to joining Nomura in 2018, Vijay was a senior healthcare industry executive, serving as Chief Development Officer for DaVita Asia Pacific, a joint venture between US healthcare major DaVita Inc., Mitsui & Co., and Khazanah Nasional Bhd., where he was responsible for developing growth strategy and managing the Corporate and Business Development function for DaVita’s kidney care focused specialty healthcare services business in the region, based out of Singapore. In addition, Vijay also served as General Manager of DaVita’s China hospital operations headquartered out of Shanghai.
Before joining DaVita in 2015, Vijay held several senior investment banking roles, most recently at CIMB Investment Bank, a leading Asian owned investment bank, where he was a Managing Director, Asia Co-Head of Mergers and Acquisitions, as well as regional head of Industrials, Consumer & Healthcare sector advisory, based out of Hong Kong. He was previously at The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) in Hong Kong as its Asia Pacific head of Consumer, Retail & Healthcare coverage, joining in 2008 from New York, USA, where he served as Managing Director and head of RBS' North American Healthcare sector team. Prior to his time at RBS, he was at ABN AMRO Group where he held a variety of roles including as ABN AMRO's head of Healthcare Banking in North America, positions in the banks’ North American Structured and Corporate Finance teams in Chicago, USA, and as a senior member of ABN AMRO Rothschild - the global equity capital markets joint venture between the Rothschild and ABN AMRO groups - based in London and New York.
Throughout his career he has been involved in a wide variety of M&A advisory and (debt and equity) financing transactions , advising on over 100 transactions to date for a value of over US$85 billion, including over 75 transactions in the healthcare sector globally. As a thought leader in his space, Vijay has been a frequent speaker at healthcare conferences and industry gatherings globally.
Vijay was educated at the University of Southampton, UK, and the University of Groningen, the Netherlands, and holds a Masters Degree in Monetary Economics. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst.
Jean-Yves is Head of Acquisition Finance & Advisory APAC as well as Head of Leveraged & Telecom Finance Group APAC for Credit Agricole CIB since September 2018. With over 20 years of experience in financial structuring and acquisition finance, Jean-Yves has solid track record in developing business in both Europe and Asia-Pacific. He started his career in 1993 at CACIB structured finance and later joined The Royal Bank of Scotland in 1999 as Head of the French Leveraged Finance franchise. In 2004, Jean-Yves was Head of Leveraged Finance for Southern Europe at Mizuho Bank based in London and subsequently relocated to Hong Kong in 2011 as Head of Corporate Acquisition Finance APAC. Jean-Yves holds a Bachelor degree from University of Paris.
Mahendra is responsible for origination and execution of syndicated loans and high-yield bond transactions with a focus on LBOs and cross border M&As. He has over 15 years of experience in debt capital markets spread in US and Asia. He joined Deutsche Bank in 2014 from ANZ in Hong Kong.
Dr. Li Yan, CEO of NIU Technologies. Before joining NIU, he was a principal of KKR (Capstone), one of the world largest private equity firm in the U.S., responsible for KKR’s portfolio operation in China. At KKR, he has been actively involved in portfolio companies such as Qingdao Haier Group (listed in China A share), China Modern Dairy (listed in HongKong Stock Exchange), China Cord Blood Corporations (listed in NYSE) and United Envirotech (listed in Singapore Stock Exchange). He was also awarded Operational Excellence Award by Private Equity International in 2012.
Prior to joining KKR Capstone, Dr. Li was with McKinsey & Company, where he advised various companies in telecom, high-tech, industrial goods and retail sectors. He started his career as a senior research engineer at Qualcomm Inc., U.S., where he holds three patents on 3G communications. He holds a B.S. from the University of California at Berkeley and a Ph.D. from Stanford University.
Samson Lo joined UBS in 2010 and is primarily responsible for M&A origination and execution in the Asia Pacific region across many industry sectors. From 2007-2010, Mr. Lo was a member of Merrill Lynch Asia Pacific's investment banking team for Hong Kong-based corporations. From 2000-2007, Mr. Lo was a member of Lehman Brothers' M&A group in New York City and led executions for transactions across many industry sectors.
Mr. Lo graduated magna cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania's Management & Technology Program, with joint undergraduate degrees from Wharton School and School of Engineering & Applied Sciences.
George established LIM in 1995. Before he established LIM, he set up and ran the Asian division of what became Barclays Global Investors (BGI) while serving on the executive committee for Barclays Group Asia and the global investment committee in London. George is also a former governor of the CFA Institute. Additionally, he established the Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts in 1992 the Hong Kong/China chapter of the Alternative Investment Management Association in 2002. He trained as a credit analyst at a major bank in New York and was an international banking officer covering Asia from New York.
Wei LU is the Investment Director of Faurecia in China. She has approximately 15 years’ professional experience in M&A/PE/VC (Cross-border and Chinese market). Currently, she leads Faurecia Strategic M&A deals and Faurecia Venture in the Automotive and High-Technology industries in China for more than 50 projects and portfolios. Previously, she worked mainly in France and in the USA, at Credit Agricole CIB, KPMG Advisory, ICBC International. Wei holds an MBA degree from The University of Chicago Booth School of Business and a Master’s degree of EM Lyon Business school.
Maggie is Mergermarket’s Australia Bureau Chief, leading a team of journalists across Australia and New Zealand to write about corporate growth strategies, M&A deals, PE buyouts, cross-border M&A intelligence, as well as data-backed analysis and trend pieces.
Working closely with her colleagues around world, she has been leading the Australian bureau’s cross-border coverage, particularly between Australia and Asia. She also acts as a coordinator on the ground in Australia to facilitate cross-product collaboration between Mergermarket and other sister publications under Acuris, including DealReporter, Inframation and PaRR.
She previously worked at The Australian and Reuters, starting her Australian journalism career in the Press Gallery in Canberra. Maggie has been based in Sydney since 2013.
Mao is a Director in Blackpeak’s Hong Kong office. She has extensive experience in the fields of business intelligence, due diligence and investigations. Mao has worked – first as a researcher and investigator, and later as a senior case manager – on assignments of varying scale across Asia Pacific, with a focus on greater China. She has assisted numerous financial services, legal, regulatory and corporate clients in making informed decisions related to potential and existing investments, mergers and acquisitions, IPOs and de-listings, senior management and board appointments, market entry, internal investigations, and disputes and litigation.
Prior to joining Blackpeak, Mao worked at a number of leading international corporate intelligence and risk consultancies, as well as in the Business and Client Intelligence Unit of Deutsche Bank, where she advised different business lines within the bank on risks associated with key clients and transactions.
Luc has over 20 years of experience as a financial journalist in Asia covering fixed income, credit derivatives and distressed debt markets. He joined Debtwire in 2006 as Managing Editor for the Asia-Pacific region and now is responsible for a team of 14 journalists and five analysts that cover primarily the stressed/distressed debt, high yield and primary debt markets. Luc first started covering distressed debt markets in 1989 as a reporter for IFR in Japan. In 1998 he initiated and developed coverage of the Asian distressed debt markets for IFR Asia.
Priti has nearly 11 years experience in Corporate Development & M&A. She has managed multiple acquisitions and JV partnerships in APAC and Europe in TMT and Infrastructure space. Priti has experience in building inorganic growth strategy and managing transactions end to end starting from identifying targets, commercial and financial evaluation, analysing corporate fit, running acquisition processes, negotiating terms and building and managing integration plans.
She has managed integration projects globally and has extensive experience in post investment management. She has served as Director on Board of ~USD 4 bn Indonesian JV companies.
Priti has also served as CFO and Director of Singapore based companies.
She holds an MBA from of Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, India.
Ms Ee-Ching Tay is the head of Southeast Asia M&A of J.P. Morgan based out of Singapore. In her current position, she advises clients on the full range of transactions including cross-border acquisitions, public takeovers, divestitures and joint ventures. She joined J.P. Morgan in 2011 after spending over seven years with UBS Investment Bank in New York. Before UBS, she was with Warburg Pincus and Standard Chartered Bank in Investment Banking in Singapore.
Ms Tay has over 20 years of experience in the financial services industry, having advised on over 50 M&A and capital market transactions totalling approximately US$90bn.
Ms Tay holds a MA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from University of Oxford and an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.
Edward Tong is Head of the Private Debt Asia business unit and Deputy Head of Partners Group's Singapore office. He is a member of the Global Direct Debt Investment Committee. Edward has been with Partners Group since 2013 and has 17 years of industry experience. Prior to joining Partners Group, he worked at ING Bank across London, Hong Kong and Singapore, covering Asian and European leveraged finance and private debt markets. He holds a bachelor’s degree in accounting and finance from the London School of Economics, UK.
Ciarán is a specialist in Structured & Acquisition Finance and Syndicated Loans with experience across the European, Asian, Australian and New Zealand Financial markets. The majority of his career has been in the Leveraged & Acquisition Finance space. Ciarán has been with ANZ for 14 years working across Australia, NZ and Asia. Ciarán has spent the last 6 years in Hong Kong and is primarily responsible for ANZ’s North Asian Leveraged & Acquisition Finance business.
Heather West is a San Francisco-based Senior Editor with Mergermarket, Americas. She has held editorial leadership roles in New York, Hong Kong, and San Francisco, where she has specialized in identifying early-stage M&A opportunities for the financial and legal advisory, private equity and corporate development communities. In her reporting she has covered a broad range of sectors including energy, consumer and TMT, and many geographic regions. She currently sets the strategic direction of content for the West Coast and Latin America, leveraging deal data, reader engagement statistics, and market intelligence. Whether it is Palo Alto, Mexico City or Shanghai, she has learned that relationships are key to driving deals, which makes the human aspect of M&A so fascinating. Heather holds degrees from the University of California at Berkeley and the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.
Yong Kai Wong is the Head of Legal and Compliance and is also the Company Secretary. He is responsible for overall legal and execution coverage for CITIC Capital's investment activities, as well as all aspects of CITIC Capital's general corporate, company secretarial and legal functions.
Mr. Wong has over 10 years of experience in alternative investments with broad experience across US, Europe and Asia Pacific in a whole range of transactions ranging from complex debt financings/restructurings, capital markets, structured/securitised products, corporate M&A transactions including corporate real estate/special situations, private equity and hedge fund formations. Prior to joining CITIC Capital, he worked as the Associate General Counsel for APG Asset Management Asia, one of the world's largest institutional investors with an AUM over EUR300billion under management. Prior to that, he has worked in various reputable international law firms in the U.S., London, Hong Kong and Singapore.
Mr. Wong has dual qualifications in law and finance. He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago Booth School of Business and an LL.M. (First Class Honors) from the University of Cambridge.
Mr. Alex Wu joined CDH Investments in 2016, and is currently Executive Director of CDH’s Mezzanine & Credit Business. Mr. Wu is overseeing CDH’s Special Opportunities strategy, focusing on investments in NPLs, Single Credit, securitizations, restructurings and other special situations. Since joining CDH, Mr. Wu has completed multiple distressed investments and exits of RMB2bn.
Prior to CDH, Mr. Wu served as Vice President of Bank of China Group Investment Ltd, based in Hong Kong. During his time, he participated in the debt restructuring of a company in Jiangsu with bank debt over RMB 80bn and the acquisition of multiple NPL portfolios (Jiangsu, Shandong, Hennan, Guangdong, etc.) with face value of RMB 20bn.
From 2005-2014, Mr. Wu also served in GE Capital, DAC Management, where he led the NPL servicing/investment business separately.
Mr. Wu started his career with China Orient AMC Headquarters, and acquired NPLs from state-owned banks, executed the sale of multiple NPLs to foreign investors, management of debt-equity swap projects. Mr. Wu received his Bachelor of Applied Science in Aeronautics and Industrial Trade from Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (BUAA) in 2001 and his MBA from Shanghai Jiaotong University in 2013. Mr. Wu is also a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA).
Ling Yang is Deputy China Editor for Mergermarket, a global news intelligence service for advisors, private equity firms and corporates. She co-leads a team of dedicated journalists across China to cover PE/VC fundraising, M&A deals, PE buyouts and China cross-border M&A intelligence.
Ling has been an investigative M&A reporter since 2011 with a special focus on private equity coverage on industries such as consumer/retail, education, and financial services. She achieved her master’s degree of International Journalism at Hong Kong Baptist University.
Richard is an experienced corporate finance advisor who has lived and worked in Greater China since 1995 and who has worked with Macquarie Group since 2005. Through his role of Head of Cross Border M&A and Financial Sponsors, Asia, Richard connects Asian capital, companies and ideas to the rest of the world and vice versa. He leads the day to day operations of Macquarie Capital’s advisory and capital solutions business in Asia. Some of his key sponsor relationships include Primavera, TA Associates and Barings and corporate relationships include Jardine Matheson and China Resources. In addition to his advisory roles Richard has also been active in deploying Macquarie’s balance sheet. Richard led the investment and subsequent successfully exit from Macquarie’s investment in Domino’s Pizza China.
Karen Zhang is currently head of China technology investment at KKR. Prior to KKR, she led Internet and technology investment at General Atlantic in greater China and was executive director at Baidu’s M&A and investment team. She owns 12 years investment experiences in China TMT sector with various investment roles.