David is Senior Manager of Cyberport Macro Fund that focuses on early stage investments across digital sectors in fintech, insurtech, big data, and smart living. David has led CMF’s investments into multiple HK startups. David serves as Vice President of Techpacific Capital and Softech Investment Management Company. Prior to that, David served as a Manager of Hong Kong Venture Capital and Private Equity Association. He was educated at the University of Hong Kong with a graduate degree of Master of Finance and attended California State University – East Bay for his undergraduate degree.
Dennis Wong, Corporate and International Business Director of Hutchison Telecommunications (Hong Kong) Limited, is a key driver of the company’s business development in the corporate and global markets.
Mr Wong joined Hutchison in 2009 steering the growth of the premium corporate segment of Hutchison’s mobile business. He was Chairman of the Conexus Corporate Sales Working Group from 2012 to 2014 and represented Hutchison in the Vodafone Global Enterprise strategic alliance, leading corporate business collaborations between Vodafone Global Enterprise and related Conexus members.
Mr Wong plays crucial roles in strategic planning and has rich experience in driving the development of mobile and fixed-line network businesses. He has more than 23 years of experience in the telecoms industry and the ICT sector. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Mr. Johnny Chan Kok Chung was a co-founder of Techpacific Capital Limited which became Crosby Capital Limited in 2002. The Crosby Group activities comprise of management of venture and private equity funds, financial advisory and wealth management.
Mr. Chan is also the Chief Investment Officer of Softech, the manager of the Hong Kong Government Applied Research Fund (since 2000).
He was Chairman of the HK Venture Capital and Private Equity Association during the period 2007 – 2011. He currently acts as the President of the HKVCA and concurrently, as the Secretary General of the Asia Venture Capital and Private Equity Council (AVCPEC) which he co-founded with 9 other Asian associations in 2011.
He is a member of the Advisory Committee of the HKSAR Government Innovation and Technology Bureau (ITB). He is also a member of the HKTDC Innovation and Technology Advisory Committee and served on the HKTDC Asian Financial Forum Steering Committee from 2010-2016.
He is the Director of Repton School in Hong Kong overseeing the development in the Greater China and Asia region. He is a member of the Choate Rosemary Hall School Parent Council in the US since 2013 and was a member of the Development Board of Chinese International School from 2006-2015. He is a director of the Make a Difference Institute. Mr. Chan is an Independent Non-Executive Director of The13 Holdings Limited as well as of CNQC International Holdings.
Kenny heads up Alibaba’s Southeast Asia and India investment team, and was formerly Chief of Staff of the Executive Vice Chairman’s office. The portfolio companies that he oversees include Tokopedia in Indonesia as well as Paytm, BigBasket and Expressbees in India. Since joining Alibaba in 2010, Kenny has also been involved in a number of corporate finance and M&A transactions including the $7.6bn share repurchase from Yahoo and related financing in 2012, and Alibaba’s $25bn IPO on the NYSE in 2014. Prior to joining Alibaba, Kenny worked in investment banking for a number of years. Kenny holds an MBA from Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University and a bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin – Madison.
Korey Lee joined the South China Morning Post in March, 2017 to spearhead the data operations of the century-old news organization.
Before joining the SCMP, Korey was Vice President of Analytics at KeyMe, a New York-based hardware startup that leverages computer vision technology and machine learning to provide an automated and seamless key duplication experience for customers across the US. Previously, he was co-founder and CIO of SumAll, a connected data platform for over 500,000 businesses worldwide. Prior to this, he led the business intelligence and analytics teams at AppNexus and Squarespace. Korey has also worked in various capacities at Google, including revenue strategy, sales finance, payment operations, and business analytics. He was previously with PriceWaterhouseCoopers in venture capital tax and audit.
Korey holds a B.A. degree in Business Administration and a B.S. degree in Economics from University of California Berkeley.
Marissa Wong leads the investments and ventures portfolio for CLP Group Innovation. Marissa has a background as a lawyer and joined the CLP Group in 2012 as in-house counsel, starting at EnergyAustralia then with CLP Power Hong Kong, and is now a senior member of the Innovation team which is responsible for CLP’s acquisitions and strategic innovation investments. Marissa has been involved in many of CLP’s investment, partnership and commercial activities both in Hong Kong and internationally. Prior to joining CLP, Marissa spent 8 years working at the largest telecommunications provider in Australia as in-house counsel and regulatory advisor, and also held a tax accountant role at Deloitte.
朱璘先生于 2003年加入戈壁，拥有超过 17年的风险投资行业经验，主要关注深度科技、物联网、企业 SaaS、云服务及创新金融服务等领域。朱璘先生毕业于上海东华大学计算自动化系，持有学士学位。朱璘先生作为主导合伙人，分别于 2012、2015及 2018年建立了戈壁盈智、戈壁智盈及戈壁企灵人民币基金，成功募资达 12.5亿元人民币。2016年，朱璘先生参与募集并主导管理了 10亿港币的香港阿里巴巴创业者基金。朱璘先生也是多家投资组合公司董事，参与并主导投资的项目包括 Airwallex、GoGoVan、WaveOptics、Teambition、驻云科技、车置宝、有品科技、云智慧等。同时，朱先生亦是 IBM Smart Camp全球创业大赛及中国国际青年创业大赛导师。2018及 2019年，朱璘先生入选福布斯“中国最佳创业投资人 Top 100” 。2019年，朱璘先生荣膺 36氪“中国最佳创业投资人 Top 100”。
Philip Law is the Lead Partner of Deloitte's Technology, Media and Telecom Industry in Hong Kong. He has over 18 years of audit and advisory experience to address clients' most complex business challenges. Philip is also leading Deloitte's Global Technology Fast Program in Hong Kong, which is one of the most objective rankings for the technology and new economy industries, created to recognize the effort and dedication of the fastest-growing technology and new economy companies.
Philip has in depth experience in the area of capital market, investment fund operations, reorganizations, strategic merger & acquisitions and tax advisory. He also has rich experience in advising early stage companies. He clienteles include various innovative and technology companies.
Personally, he cares about sustainability and has completed a postgraduate program in Institute for Sustainability Leadership of University of Cambridge.
QVEN Wong is responsible for the Cybeport Investment Fund. He is active in start-up ecosystem in mainland and Hong Kong. He has been working in start-ups, incubator and fund. He is experienced in the investment in Hong Kong and overseas start-ups to access China market.
He has brought start-ups and tech giant from China to HK to go global. QVEN is currently overviewing the Cyberport Macro Fund which co-invest in potential start-up projects.
黄贤敏先生是香港科技园公司的投资主管,管理香港科技园创业投资基金与投资及业务支持团队。黄先生于亚太地区作跨行业性的资本投资、投资组织者、并购，以及战略投资方面拥有丰富经验。 在加入香港科技园之前,他是HPEF Capital Partners(前身为汇丰私募投资公司)的董事。 此外, 他在加拿大多伦多的IBM实验室亦拥有软件开发经验。
Susanna Wong graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and holds a Master degree from Ecole Des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC) in Paris and MBA degree from INSEAD. She is the CEO of YATA Limited and the Director of Planning and Operations of the Non-property Portfolio Businesses Department of Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd. From 2016 to 2019, she successfully led the team to expand branch network from 7 to 12.
Prior to joining SHKP, Susanna was the Director of an international strategic management consulting firm focusing on retail and consumer goods industry. She has worked on a wide range of projects with different types of retailers in the Greater China region, Southeast Asia and Europe when she worked at McKinsey & Co and OC&C Strategy Consultants. In addition to her 14 years in strategy management consulting, she has also worked at ChinaCare Limited, managing multiple joint venture healthcare businesses in China, the Airport Authority Hong Kong and Nestle China.
董和瀚先生于 2016年加入戈壁，任职于香港办公室，负责戈壁的阿里巴巴香港创业者基金（戈壁创投为其唯一基金管理人）的运营与管理等相关事宜。他成功主导和参与投资了 WeLab、 Aqumon、 Qupital、 AutoX、 SandboxVR、 Prenetics、 OneDegree、Pickupp、Efinix和 Lynk 等项目。在加入戈壁之前，他曾作为创业团队成员与创始人分别在金融科技和大数据信息服务两个方面有过创业经历，负责产品规划与管理，商业发展、运营，后台技术搭建、用户体验设计，以及企业融资等事宜。董先生毕业于香港中文大学，获得计算机工程及工商管理（金融工程）双学士学位。
Allie currently works at HKEX Innovation Lab, and is responsible for delivering and investing in creative business models to strengthen and grow the group’s core competencies. She has previously worked at a Shenzhen-based family office to invest in and develop onshore and cross-border business opportunities. Prior to that at UBS Hong Kong, she looked at private capital fundraising and investments in the U.S. and APAC technology space. Allie received her Bachelor's degree at UC Berkeley and is actively involved in the Hong Kong alumni chapter.
柏恩司（Austin R. Bryan）于2016年5月加入中电控股，出任创新高级总监一职，带领公司的创新策略以迎接数码化浪潮。他同时是中电集团多家附属公司的董事。过去10年，柏恩司是推动数码媒体业创新服务的翘楚，在革新金融及电讯业商业活动方面享负盛名。
柏恩司的经验包括在1990年代初推出德国首项直接银行理财服务、为美国运通建立网上客户服务平台，以及与3 Mobile推出澳洲首个3G多媒体流动网络。他在加入中电前为Singtel Optus策略创新部副总裁，专责数码媒体项目的收购事宜，并为建立数码媒体业务发展和推行新产品及服务。
Ben Lim is the Managing Partner at NEXEA, an early Startup Accelerator, Angel Network and Venture Capital. NEXEA has invested in more than 35 Startups across Southeast Asia and is known for creating value in their investments. NEXEA is backed by experienced entrepreneurs who have done their M&As and IPOs or are CEOs of publicly listed companies. More importantly, they want to give back to the next wave of entrepreneurs.
Ben founded NEXEA together with a few partners and has since managed the deal flow and investments into Startups. He also ran 3 Accelerator programs with Watchtower & Friends and Sunway iLabs and a few other corporate partners like AWS, Google Cloud, IBM, Microsoft Cloud and Digital Ocean.
Ben has deep experience in validating Startups from MVP to investability, as well as fundraising for Startups. He has advised over 1000 Startups in fundraising and the fundamentals of a Startup over the years.
唐啟波先生成功主导和参与投资了Airwallex, Welab, Urban Revivo, DayDayCook, Aqumon和Sandbox VR等项目，曾被评为“香港2017年度风险投资家”，并获得“2019全球企业风险投资与创新论坛前25名新星”等奖项。
进入戈壁创投以前，唐啟波先生曾在摩立特集团上海管理咨询公司（Monitor Group Asia）担任战略顾问，负责东南亚、中东和北非地区企业的市场拓展及运营服务，并曾在博世集团(Robert Bosch)担任亚太区企业战略高级经理一职。
唐啟波先生拥有哈佛大学应用数学与经济学学士学位，并在哈佛上海校友会(Harvard Club of Shanghai)董事会任职6年。
Chon Tang is the former founding partner of quant hedge fund firm Junzi Capital Engineering, and successful angel investor with a love for all things entrepreneurial. He has now proudly launched the Berkeley SkyDeck Fund in support of UC Berkeley's premier accelerator, and looks to help build Berkeley into a global nexus for entrepreneurship. UC Berkeley BS EECS '98, MIT SM EECS '00.
Chris is the Vice President and Chief Operations Officer of Cisco Meraki. Chris joined Cisco with the Meraki acquisition in 2012 and became VP, COO in 2014.
Chris oversees the overall operations teams, strategy and analytics, channel and customer enablement, business operations, business systems, IT & facilities, and is responsible for maintaining Meraki’s overall operations and profitability. Chris scaled teams and processes at Meraki to support its rapid growth. Under Chris’s leadership Meraki has realized sales growth of ~25x while headcount has grown by only seven times. Chris and the leadership team have globalized the Meraki portfolio, bringing simplified IT to more than 190 countries around the world while adding an average of more than 200 new customers a day.
Prior to joining Cisco, Chris worked at McKinsey & Company where he led projects helping U.S. companies enter developing international markets, deploying clean technologies and renewable energy, and on climate change. Prior to his tenure at McKinsey he was a practicing engineer leading the planning, design, and construction of public infrastructure projects.
Chris holds a B.S. in civil engineering and an M.S. in environmental engineering from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
David is working with the UK Government-backed FinTech Alliance. Helping to drive innovation and prosperity across the FinTech ecosystem by giving companies access to market, capital, talent, skills, regulation & policy, services, tools, intelligence, insights and the latest news that can drive change in their business. Peer to peer engagement at the highest level.
For the past fifteen years, David has worked and supported innovation and digital transformation – allowing companies to create new business models in the technology, FinTech, financial services, energy, sustainability and infrastructure. He has worked with companies of all sizes through the varying stages of their business evolution at a tactical and strategic level.
Duncan has led an international career in financial services spanning nearly 30 years and 8 Countries across Asia, North America, the Middle East and Europe. He has undertaken many roles, primarily in Commercial Banking but extending to Private Banking, Operations, Learning & Development and Retail Banking.
In his current role with HSBC UK, Duncan leads a team of Business Specialists who deliver exceptional customer service to a large, nationwide portfolio of SME businesses through our retail branches, and our telephony centres.
Throughout his career, Duncan has demonstrated passion for entrepreneurship, innovation and people and his current role is the perfect marriage of these elements.
Duncan is an alumnus of Loughborough University where he read Banking and Finance. He is married with two teenage sons and, in his spare time, enjoys cycling, golf (and other sports), reading and travelling.
Edith Yeung is the managing partner at Proof of Capital, the creator of the China Internet Report and Advisor at 500 Startups. She invests in blockchain and AI startups, including Stellar, Nebulas, Solana, Oasis Labs, Hooked, DayDayCook, Silk Labs (acquired by Apple), Fleksy (acquired by Pinterest), Human (acquired by Mapbox), AISense, Penrose, Cryworks, Piper, Apptopia, Palantir and many more.
Before 500, Edith is the GM of Dolphin Browser, a Sequoia-backed mobile browser with over 150 million installs worldwide. Edith also worked with many Fortune 500 companies such as Siebel, Oracle, AMS, AT&T Wireless and Autodesk. You can also find some of her work on SCMP, BBC, Bloomberg, CNBC, CBS , NPR, Techcrunch, Next Web, Mashable, Read Write Web, TechinAsia, etc. She frequently speaks on China & Silicon Valley investment landscape.
Elain Lockman is the Co-Founder and Director in Ata Plus, a Malaysian licensed Equity, Crowdfunding platform. Upbeat and optimistic, she believes nothing isimpossible and all challenges are just another form of opportunities. This proves to be the fuel in her 23-year career in the areas of management, business strategy, human resource, business development, relationship management, marketing and corporate communications. She has served notable organisations, namely Petronas, MDeC, Malaysia Debt Ventures, DiGi Telecommunications and Packet One Networks. She currently sits on the Board of Western Union Payments Malaysia and was the Chairman of Western Union Internal Audit Committee, while being actively involved in the start-up community, advising entrepreneurs in funding, strategy and operations.
Elain is also the President of the Registered Digital Markets Association Malaysia. She is instrumental in establishing Ata Plus’ partnerships, deal screening and operations framework. In March 2019, she was presented the BERG 2019 Women Icons Malaysia as a recognition for her contribution, achievements and leadership in Fintech. Elain graduated from the London School of Economics with a BSc in Actuarial Science and MSc in Operational Research.
Ellis Odynn champions the title of Canada’s first Chief AI Officer. Ellis is the Executive Director and Chief AI Officer of the Digital Finance Institute (DFI), a global technology think tank. In this capacity, she heads the Institute’s key initiatives — from building partnerships, supporting innovation development, growing the Canadian FinTech & AI communities, and managing international affairs.
Ellis has fully immersed herself in the tech world. Ellis is the Producer and Co-host of the Let’s Tech Podcast, the Founder and Executive Producer of Canada FinTech Week, a financial technology festival, the Executive Producer of Canada’s annual FinTech & AI Awards, and the host of both North America’s global Artificial Intelligence forum the AI World Forum and Canada’s National FinTech conference, FinTech Canada. Ellis Odynn is a prominent figure in the global FinTech and AI ecosystem. She is a frequent speaker at international conferences and has spoken at the Financial Action Task Force on financial crime risks of FinTech, at APEC on law and AI, and at ACAMS on FinTech issues and financial crime, among others.
When she isn’t uniting the AI industry, Ellis dedicates her time to running a charitable organization that brings education, security and inclusion to refugee girls in Africa and the Middle East.
Eric is Chief Executive of one of London’s leading Blockchain, AI Sustainability and Fintech hubs - FrontierNetwork.com where the team have a strong focus on helping U.K. tech companies learn how to partner and sustainably expand to China, and vice-versa.
Eric is Chairman of security company Keybox.co - helping solve the worlds data breaches, and British built distributed ledger technology Activeledger.io. He is well known as a pioneering Fintech and Blockchain entrepreneur and having created some of the most influential ecosystems and hubs in the industry such as Level39 in Canary Wharf, and the Tech City (now Tech Nation) initiative for the U.K. Government (DIT/No10).
Eric also serves as a volunteer on Tech London Advocates Advisory Board.
Gilbert Wong is VP of AGTech Holdings Limited, an integrated technology company engaged in the lottery and mobile games market. As member of the Alibaba Group, AGTech is the exclusive lottery platform of Alibaba and Ant Financial Group.
Presently responsible for investments & external relations, Gilbert has been serving in the gaming and lottery industry for over 15 years, in addition to consultancy collaborations with major operators & regulators throughout Asia.
Gilbert is passionate about sports & technology, and is currently based in Hong Kong where AGTech is publicly listed.
Jaggie Zhu almost recently led investment and the development of artificial-intelligence innovations at Bytedance, a $75B AI company backed by Soft Bank Vision fund, Sequoia and KKR. The company provides recommendation system backed social media globally through apps such as TikTok (which has absorbed Musical.ly) and Toutiao. She previously worked at Blue Lake Capital, the $600M venture arm as a part of Hillhouse Capital Group ecosystem, where she focused on new AI ventures and marketplace innovation. Before that, she and three Stanford alumni co-founded a e-commerce startup making secondhand cars shopping easier. Jaggie started her career at Procter & Gamble as a product manager, leading the Gillette Mach3 business in Greater China and achieving record market share. Her investments range from the leading self-driving AI technology to the marketplace in the U.S. , including Momenta.ai, 17zuoye, Doumi.com and so on. She‘s now a sloan fellow at Stanford.
Jake Deutsch is an Innovation Lead at DSpace, Deloitte Canada’s corporate innovation lab that is focused on solving business problems with emerging technology. Responsible for managing the project pipeline at DSpace, Jake frames problems, assesses the desirability, viability, and feasibility of new ideas while coaching stakeholders on lean startup and human-centred design methodologies. Jake holds a Master of Business, Entrepreneurship, & Technology from the University of Waterloo.
Jamaludin Bujang has 18 years of corporate experience in the private sector and 5 years of experience in the public sector. He was appointed as the CEO and Board Member of Malaysia Venture Capital Management Bhd. (MAVCAP) on 1 Nov 2011. He worked with 2 foreign-based finance institutions for a cumulative period of 3 years and spent 13 years in Malaysia's leading investment bank, with extensive exposure to investment banking, particularly in equity research, asset and investment evaluation, corporate finance, mergers and acquisitions. Senior management expertise gained from leading a support division (in finance, legal, corporate communications & planning, CT and administration) has sharpened his technical and public relations skills. His tenure in a leading investment bank saw his participation in formulating and implementing sound investment strategies and initiatives.
Prior to joining MAVCAP, Jamaludin was the Director Investment Division Malaysian Technology Development Corporation (MTDC) where he led the Evaluation & Nurturing and the Monitoring & Compliance departments. He was responsible for corporate topline KPIs as well as achieving targets for dealflow, portfolio performance, CSR and others. He was tasked to evaluate investment proposals from various sectors of the economy. During his tenure in MTDC, he initiated and executed the implementation of investment database system.
Jamaludin graduated with a Bachelor degree in Business Administration (Economics) from Wichita State University, Kansas, United States and a Masters degree in Business Law (Executive) from International Islamic University, Kuala Lumpur.
Heading Loblaw’s Customer Engagement Technology, Janet’s leadership are invaluable in delivering Loblaw’s digital technology transformation strategy. Over the past years, she has led teams that successfully launched or enhanced some of Canada’s most innovative programs to support Loblaw Company’s commitment to Live Life Well.
Her successes as an innovative digital technology leader include:
Despite a challenging and exciting portfolio, Janet carves out time to support the Loblaw Technology gender parity strategy, include:
Loblaw Women in Technology (WIT) and Loblaw Cooperate Women’s leadership committee.
With almost 20 years of financial services experience, much of it in the SME sector, Jeff Brown is currently the Head of Retail Business Banking at HSBC Bank Canada. In this role, Jeff oversees the development and execution of HSBC’s Small Business strategy. Prior to joining HSBC, Jeff was Vice President of Retail Banking at Meridian Credit Union, where he led a very successful branch expansion strategy in the GTA. Jeff graduated with his MBA from Laurier, and holds the Chartered Financial Analyst, Chartered Professional Accountant and Certified Financial Planner designations.
Chief Operating Officer at Innovation Lab, HKEX Jeff is the Chief Operating Officer of Innovation Lab at the Hong Kong Stock Exchange, and is responsible for the effective management of the Lab, including people and financial strategy, governance and operations. Jeff also leads initiatives to build innovation culture within HKEX. Prior to joining HKEX, Jeff has held various positions in Morgan Stanley, Goldman Sachs and Barclays Capital.
Jeff holds a BSc degree in Statistics from The Chinese University of Hong Kong. He is also a Certified Financial Risk Manager and a Certified Internal Auditor.
Joseph, based in Hong Kong and Canada, he works at the crossroads of business execution and strategic development both as an investor and operator since 2002. He is the Managing Partner of Saltagen Ventures (a corporate partner of CDL-West), managing a portfolio of USD 400MM+ on education, media, finance, property development and technology investment.
He actively focuses on bringing in the public policy support from Canada and Hong Kong to help start ups successfully expand growth opportunities on an international level. A notable responsibility includes the role of Special Advisor of Hong Kong (ABLAC) for the Asia Pacific Foundation, a think tank that directly advises Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Joseph is also the faculty advisor of the University of British Columbia, along with being a committee board member of China’s Maritime Silk Road trade initiative.
Prior to leading Saltagen Ventures, Joseph served at Citigroup Alternative Investments and at Morgan Stanley in the buy-side divisions. Thereafter, he drove the expansion of Hong Kong’s largest quad-play media company, PCCW Media, in developing their overseas content acquisition and broadcasting departments.
Kelly L Mohritz is an International Business Banking Senior Executive for HSBC Commercial Banking USA, where she supports small to mid-size businesses ($5-50 million). Mohritz has over 20 years of experience working with businesses in North America, Europe, Africa and Asia.
She began her career in Chicago as a consultant with Arthur Andersen Business Consulting in 1998. She later joined KPMG as a Senior Consultant in 2002 and went on to serve as a Manager in the company’s US and UK offices.
Mohritz joined Barclays in 2007 in the Global Leader Programme and entered into management in 2009 as Co-Head of Small Business Banking Kenya, later named Head of Business Development, UK & Ireland Origination. In 2014 she founded The Purple Artichoke, a catering business in London after attending Le Cordon Bleu.
In 2015, Mohritz joined HSBC as Regional Director of Small Businesses in London, UK. She returned to the United States in 2017 to begin her current role. Kelly received her MBA from London Business School. She is based out of Los Angeles.
Kenny Man is currently the Head of International Investment, Senior Director for Ant Financial. He has more than 20 years of extensive management consulting, operational and investment experience from a wide range of business and e-commerce companies. He rejoined Ant Financial in 2015 and begin to ramp up the globalization strategy by investing or establish partnership in Paytm (India), Ascend Money (Thailand), Dana (Indonesia), GCash (Philippines), Alipay HK (Hong Kong), TNGd (Malaysia), Gcash (Bangladesh), Kakao Pay (Korea), Eyesverify (US) etc.
Prior to that, Kenny is a Senior Investment Director at Vision Knight Capital, a USD 800mn asset under management private equity firm. He has led the 91.com project from deal execution, supporting the Company’s listing and finally sold the company to Baidu for USD 1.9 billion (at that time were the largest internet M&A in China). He has also been leading the 500.com deal which supports the Company to list in the NYSE.
Prior to Vision Knight Capital, Kenny was the Director of Alibaba.com Investment & Acquisition team. He built the international M&A team; while completing multiple deals during his tenure, he did the first overseas acquisition deal for Alibaba and the first acquisition for Alipay. His deal included Vendio, Auctiva, and Singlefeed in US and Oncard Payments in China. He also worked in the Corporate Finance team in Alibaba Group prior to joining the investment team, deeply involved in the Alibaba.com IPO deal. Prior to Alibaba, Kenny was the Bottling Operations Planning Manager, assisting the COO of Pepsi China on strategic and operational planning and was the Market Development Manager, overseeing the restaurant market in Hong Kong & Macau. Before Pepsi, Kenny worked in Mckinsey & Company in the Corporate Finance & Strategy Practice, advising MNCs on their China growth strategy and potential synergies on M&A.
Kenny received an Executive MBA, Joint Degree program in the Kellogg School of Management, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, and a Bachelor of Commerce degree in University of British Columbia.
Kenny Tan is currently General Manager at Alibaba Cloud Malaysia. With over ten years of management experience, he plays a fundamental role in driving digital transformation for key clients in various industry verticals such as aviation, government, enterprise and the financial sector. Tan has a deep passion for the Cloud Computing, big data and AI, and is enthusiastic about using the technology to empower governments and businesses for greater productivity and operational efficiencies.
Previously working in IBM, Kenny is a veteran of the technology industry with a proven track record in driving business success for both enterprise and start-ups. His recent projects include developing ecosystems, enhancing cloud security and solutions for businesses and bringing innovative big data and machine learning technologies to ASEAN.
Kenny graduated from Deakin University with a degree in Computer Science / Information Technology.
Kenny shares Jack Ma’s "30-30-30" vision that, within the next 30 years, young people below 30 years old and small businesses with less than 30 people will be critical to the world.
Kshitij Karundia (KK) is a senior director in Ant Financial’s investment team. As part of his mandate, he is also the co-founder and managing partner of BAce Capital, an early stage venture capital firm, focussed on emerging markets, primarily India and SE
Prior to his current role, KK was the head of Alibaba’s strategic investment responsible for SEA and India. He led Alibaba’s investment in Bigbasket, XpressBees, Lazada, Tokopedia, and Paytm.
Prior to joining Alibaba, KK was a banker with institutions such as Citi, Rothschild, and Goldman Sachs and was part of the banking team that led the US IPO of Alibaba in 2014 and the HK IPO of Alibaba’s B2B business in 2007.
Kwee Bee Chok is a Partner in Intres Capital Partners. She is also the Managing Director of Teak Capital Sdn Bhd, a venture capital management company. Prior to that, she was with Walden International, a Silicon Valley based venture capital firm, overseeing the operations and investments of Walden International and BI Walden in Malaysia. Before becoming a VC, she was Head of Corporate Finance at AmInvestment Bank.
Kwee Bee is currently a member of the Malaysian Venture Capital Development Council (MVCDC) which was formed under the auspices of the Securities Commission; a non executive Board member of the Audit Oversight Board, a non executive Board member of Hong Leong Bank Berhad and a Management Committee Member of MVCA. She also sits on the board of several portfolio companies. Currently, she represents ADIF on the board of Maideasy and Easyparcel.
Kwee Bee was also a past Chairman of the Malaysian Venture Capital and Private Equity Association (MVCA). She enjoys working with entrepreneurs and is passionate about helping them to realize their vision of building successful companies.
Lan Yang have more than 10 years of experience in the internet industry in China and experience of Cloud, Big Data, AI sectors of sales, marketing, innovation and networks.
Lan worked for Alibaba Cloud after 3 years for Alibaba group strategy development department. Right now, she is building a new business at UK and Nordic region for Alibaba Cloud. Before that, she worked in domestic China for 10 years, focus on government affairs for Alibaba group and KA business development for Alibaba cloud
Lan started the career after obtained the degree in Renmin University of China，have particular experience in the fields of: developing business in China, customer relationship management, digital transformation for retail and ecommerce.
Mrs. Ling Loerchner is working at the University of Waterloo, Ontario Canada as the Chief Commercialization Officer, Asia Managing Director. She is responsible for the international research collaboration, innovation management, entrepreneurship and commercialization with focus in Asian market. She is responsible to create spin-off companies from UW technology portfolio, and help the spin-off companies seeking for venture capital and angel investment. In recent years, she initiated and created 3 early stage investment funds, with the collaboration with several Asia VC firms, institutes and high-tech parks. She serves as one of the Investment Committee members for these venture investment funds. She has been served as board member on several UW spin-off companies. Mrs. Loerchner is an active annual conference program committee member of Association of University Technology Management (AUTM), and a member of Licensing Executive Society (LES). She is the AUTM Canada Committee member and the Chair of Training and Professional Development subcommittee. For the last 3 years, she has been invited to be one of the judge panelists for Shenzhen Business competitions, Shanghai Business Competitions and LES business Plan Competition. She has been frequently invited as panel discussion moderator and keynote speaker for the international technology transfer, entrepreneurship education and early stage Venture Investment topics.
Before her academic innovation leadership role, she had an over 15 year’s career in industry of information technology management and product development. Mrs. Loerchner also spent several years in Silicon Valley, California working for Cisco Systems and start-ups, and helped start-up companies fund raising from VC communities. Mrs. Loerchner is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) from the Project Management Institute (PMI) and served as Director of Professional Development at the PMI local chapter.
In addition to her responsibilities at UW, Mrs. Loerchner also teaches in the School of Business at local University and College. Mrs. Loerchner has been served as the Senior Adviser for the Mayor of the City of Waterloo and in charge of the city's Innovation management and Asia strategy.
Mrs. Loerchner received a Certificate of VC Business training at the NVCA and Stanford Law School, and the VC Academy Certificate issued by NVCA and UC Berkeley Law School. She has a BEng degree in Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University, an MSc degree from University of Waterloo and an MBA from Laurier University.
Lukas is Managing Director and Head of Innovation Lab of HKEX, where he looks for creative business models and disruptive technology innovations that can deliver value and open new opportunities for HKEX. During his career, he has been involved in many of the initiatives that have broken new ground for Hong Kong's markets, including the acquisition of London Metal Exchange; Shanghai & Shenzhen Stock Connect; China Bond Connect; and the 2018's listing reform. Prior to HKEX, Lukas was an investment banker at Rothschild London and Hong Kong.
Michael Chan is Senior Vice President of the Global Issuer Services of HKEX who heads the international issuer marketing efforts. Michael is mainly focused on market development work promoting the Hong Kong listing platform and origination work attracting international and biotechnology companies to list in Hong Kong. In addition to leading the marketing efforts globally and working closely with prospects and constituents, Michael often speaks and serves as panelist and keynote speaker at major conferences and events locally and internationally. Prior to his current role, Michael has worked at the Listing Division of HKEX for 8 years covering areas of compliance, corporate governance, regulatory and IPO-related matters.
Prior to joining HKEX, Michael has worked at various financial institutions in corporate finance and business development. Michael has more than 18 years of experience in financial services and regulatory work.
朱璘先生拥有超过16年的风险投资行业经验，主要关注深度科技、物联网、企业SaaS、云服务及创新金融服务等领域。参与并主导投资的项目包括Airwallex、GoGoVan、WaveOptics、Teambition、驻云科技、有品科技、云智慧等。同时，朱先生亦是IBM Smart Camp全球创业大赛及中国国际青年创业大赛导师。2018年，朱璘先生入选福布斯“中国最佳创业投资人TOP 100”。
Mohan Markandaier is a serial entrepreneur with multiple successful exits. He co-founded his first company Pulse Voice in 1996, where as the CEO, his focus was on Sales and Marketing with responsibility for overall strategic vision and growth of the company.
Currently, as the Managing Partner at Good News Ventures, Mohan is actively involved in providing capital and mentorship to early and mid-stage companies in the high growth technology space. He also serves on the Board of Directors for York Angel Investors. Mohan graduated from University of Toronto with a degree in Engineering.
Norm leads the Deloitte DSpace Innovation Labs in Waterloo Region. The labs create digital prototypes that are used to identify and validate new product and service value propositions now possible because of emerging technologies such as blockchain, machine learning, and IoT. The labs challenge partners and clients to think differently about innovation, the problems they are trying to solve, and value creation in this new economic environment.
Prior to joining Deloitte, Norm worked as mentor at the Laurier LaunchPad Program and co-founded two technology companies. As a founder, he was responsible for leading teams through early stage technology product development, customer development, and fundraising, resulting in viable and sustainable businesses. Norm is a graduate of the computer engineering program at the University of Waterloo and holds an MBA from Wilfrid Laurier University. He is passionate about creating and growing new product ventures.
Ozan is an active investors and serial entrepreneur with over 25 years of international experience within the angel investment, venture capital and private equity sectors. Based out of Silicon Valley during the first dotcom boom in the 1990’s, Ozan worked closely with Fortune 1000 companies in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Seattle, New York, Toronto, Hamburg, Stockholm, London and Istanbul. Ozan later acted as General Partner in various angel investment and private equity practices.
He is currently the President of Keiretsu Forum Canada, the world’s largest angel investment network operating on four continents. The global network specializes in syndication of deals and invested over $84 million USD into 180 early stage companies in 2018 alone.
Ozan also holds a Partner position in Trendwell Ventures Inc., a Toronto based boutique M&A practice. He actively participates in portfolio investment decisions and helps technology enabled companies scale through hands-on management toward exit transactions.
Ozan received his MBA in Finance from the University of San Francisco – McLaren School of Business in 1998 and holds a double major in Economics & Political Science from the University of Western Ontario (1994). He speaks English, Turkish and French.
Polly is the Technology, Media and Telecom Industry Leader of Southern China Region of Deloitte China. Polly has actively involved in a number of Hong Kong and state-owned enterprises listings in different stock exchanges in the United States of America, Canada and Hong Kong, including a state-owned enterprise in telecommunication industry. She has extensive experience serving clients with multiple locations and monitoring regional coordination.
Polly is a Member of Professional Development Committee and Member of Registration and Practising Committee of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (“HKICPA”). She is a member of Zonta Club of Hong Kong and a full member of Association of Women Accountants of Hong Kong to help to advance the status of women in Hong Kong through services and advocacy, and to raise the interest of woman accountants in the accountancy profession and in business.
Rajesh Geetakrishnan is currently the Head of Product, Global Liquidity and Cash Management for HSBC Bank Malaysia Berhad. He brings along with him, more than 20 years of banking experience across retail and corporate banking.
Rajesh has held leadership roles with HSBC group since 2014 and has worked across three different markets in Asia.
In his current role with HSBC Malaysia since 2016, he has driven business strategy and delivery of number of new age digital cash management technology across all segments, from startups, SMEs to conglomerates and Financial Institutions. Apart from enhancing HSBC’s digital capability and cash management proposition, he consciously strives to leave a mark amongst budding bankers and his peers by sharing his banking experience, expertise and knowledge.
An avid cricket enthusiast, he is actively playing competitive cricket in Malaysia and has even dabbled into coaching and administration during his pastime.
Razif Abdul Aziz is a senior executive with over 23 years of experience in a variety of roles ranging from business development, corporate, legal & regulatory affairs, communications and sales & marketing in various sectors such as defense, construction, FMCG, telecoms & broadcast, biotechnology and Government.
Cradle Fund Sdn Bhd (Cradle) is Malaysia’s premier early stage start-up influencer and funder. Established in 2003, Cradle has helped fund over 800 Malaysian tech start-ups and holds the highest commercialisation rate amongst Government grant funding programmes in the country. Some of the notable companies Cradle has funded include the likes of MyTeksi (now known as GRAB) and iMoney.
Sai Kit Ng is the Chief Executive of Captii Ventures, a venture capital company that he helped set up in late 2014. Captii Ventures is now a multistage investor in technology companies in Southeast Asia with portfolio companies in Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines and Vietnam.
Besides heading venture investment activities, Sai Kit has also been involved in M&A, investments and corporate restructuring activities, as well as leading a digital and mobile advertising business within the Captii Group. He has also held audit, financial advisory and corporate finance roles in PwC, CIMB and other corporations across various industries including manufacturing, property development, financial advisory, food services, utility services and investment banking.
He is a Chartered Accountant of the Malaysian Institute of Accountants and Fellow Member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK.
Shawn Dehpanah is Vice President of corporate partnership & Innovation at Plug and Play. Mr. Dehpanah is highly accomplished, agile Market Strategy Executive and take-charge leader who quickly overcomes profit and growth challenges with over 25 years experience by leveraging entrepreneurial drive and market acumen for success in new market ventures and tech firms. He started his career in Silicon Valley as a software engineer before transitioning to sales, marketing, and business development roles at both startups and firmly established multinational companies (e.g. Samsung Semiconductor, Hitachi, Panasonic, Alta Vista, etc.) With more than 10 years of overseas working experience, he has a strong understanding of technology & innovation ecosystems in Asia Pacific, EMEA, and South America regions. Mr. Dehpanah received his bachelor’s degree in Math and Computer Science from University of California, San Jose.
Susanne Chishti is the CEO of FINTECH Circle, Europe’s 1st Angel Network focused on fintech opportunities & Founder of the FINTECH Circle Institute, the leading fintech learning platform offering Innovation Workshops to C-level executives and online courses. She is also the Co-Editor of the Bestseller “The FINTECH Book” which has been translated into 10 languages and is sold across 107 countries, and The WealthTECH Book and The InsurTECH Book (published by WILEY in 2018).
Suzanne Cheng has been Chief Financial Officer of the Hutchison Telecommunications Hong Kong Holdings Limited since 2012. She is a qualified accountant with membership of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants. Ms Cheng holds a Master of Science degree in Finance. She has more than 21 years of experience in accounting and finance for corporate and banking sectors.
Vikram is an investor at London-based growth stage (Series B onwards) venture firm, Unbound. Unbound provides long term capital to disruptive technology businesses across both developed and emerging markets. Vikram spends 100% of his time on fintech theme across both Europe and Asia.
Prior to this, Vikram spent 4 years at McKinsey & Company, where he served technology and telecom clients in South East and North Asia. He holds an M.B.A from University of Oxford and degree in Electronics and Communications Engineering from University of Delhi.
在加入戈壁之前，胡先生在美国TMG ( The Martec Group ) 管理咨询公司任项目经理，负责项目涉及化工和汽车等传统行业，并在精细化工、新材料和新能源汽车等领域积累了丰富的经验，其服务过多家全球500强企业，包括陶氏化学、汉高、杜邦、霍尼韦尔和康宁等。
Zhen Hui, an Associate Director at Captii Ventures, identifies and processes investment deals across Southeast Asia, manages the fund’s portfolio companies, and supports the region’s tech eco-system at conferences and workshops. Prior to joining Captii Ventures, he worked as an analyst at a boutique investment bank specializing in project financing and financial advisory services.
孟繁波，丰厚资本投资副总裁，毕业于上海交通大学。曾任精业盛龙（台湾精诚集团）CTO，中国O2O行业践行者（店店通创始人 CTO），绿色建筑产业电商平台唯绿网创始人。 互联网行业连续创业者，创业领域包括传统产业互联网＋、B2B、O2O、互联网金融。
目前主要在真格基金负责企业服务、科技产业、区块链相关产业投资；同时也是开源项目开发者及贡献者， 在 GitHub 社区拥有超高人气，开源项目被纳入斯坦福计算机讲义课程案例，开源代码覆盖全球数十亿台移动设备。 曾参与投资 Cobo 钱包、Nervos、Conflux、Ontology、Cocos-Bcx 等项目早期投资。
胡月（Steve Hu），合力投资副总裁，智能科技产业经验逾 10 年，专注人工智能、先进制造、大数据等领域早期投资，期待与更多优秀的创业者一起创造未来。
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谢佳专注于企业软件及服务领域的早期投资，2015年加入华创资本，研究驱动型投资人，覆盖的领域包括SaaS / Cloud / AI / CyberSecurity / IoT / Blockchain / B2B Marketplace等。在华创资本负责推动并执行的投资案例包括：PingCAP、ONES、F-One、小满科技、中睿天下、百观科技、排列科技、Cloudwiz、JuiceData、Conflux等。在加入华创资本之前，他在微博及Rocket Internet等互联网企业任高级产品经理，并作为早期创始团队成员加入过两家初创企业负责技术体系。